Checkout this new Field Studies Council guest blog. Lizzie Harper, a freelance natural history and botanical illustrator, shares her learning about the natural world and how Field Studies Council courses help with her work. Plus, it includes a selection of her fantastic illustrations!
Get outdoors this month and discover the nature around you. A member of the Field Studies Council Youth Council has written this brilliant guest blog on the best wildlife to see. From bats to fungi and more in between - how many can you tick off?
The Field Studies Council are offering a series of interactive online workshops. These aim to introduce the opportunities within the environmental sector and how to take your first steps in this career.
Aged 16 – 25? Intrigued and fascinated by the natural world? Thinking of pursuing an environmental career but don’t know where to start? The Field Studies Council have announced that their Young Darwin Scholarship is returning for its 10th year! Offering a five-day experience immersed in the outdoors plus ongoing [...]
The Youth Council consists of twelve young people across the UK aged between 16-25 who are passionate about the environment and wildlife. They help engage other young people with the outdoors and provide their views and perspectives on our projects and experiences. It's a great chance to gain experience for [...]
The Field Studies Council (FSC) are offering this online course on iRecord (January – February 2022) to introduce learners to the basics of biological recording. It will include some local fieldwork. You can also find out about their free Natural History Live classes here.