Cain Scrimgeour is a photographer who produces wildlife videos of a range of organisms and habitats in the North East.
Why not join us at an event? You might learn to identify wildflowers, hear experts talk about their wildlife experiences, join a minibeast safari or do some campfire cooking.
We have a comprehensive listing of wildlife events in Northumberland, run by ourselves (NWT), our local groups and partner organisations. Key things to remember:
- all children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
- many events take place outdoors so please dress appropriately. We will only cancel due to severe weather, so please provide a contact telephone number for the day of the event should we need to reach you.
- a few events are for members only, but NWT and our local groups are always pleased to welcome newcomers.
Terms and conditions
Bookings are not confirmed until full payment has been received.
If you cancel your booking for whatever reason, please inform us as soon as possible by calling 0191 284 6884. Refunds will only be offered for events costing over £5 for cancellations made up to 14 days before the event start date. Within 14 days of the event start date no refund will be payable upon cancellation. All refunds will be subject to a £5 administration fee. If you are able to provide a replacement to attend the event, then no administration charge will be made.
Whilst Northumberland Wildlife Trust endeavours to run all events as advertised, we reserve the right to cancel or change an event at any time. Attendees will be notified of any change or cancellation as soon as possible.
Events will only run if a minimum number of bookings have been taken within 5 days of the event start date. Attendees will be notified in advance if Northumberland Wildlife Trust cancels or changes a workshop and the cost will be fully refunded or transferred upon cancellation. You have the right to request a full refund if you are unhappy with any event changes.
No reductions can be made in respect to late arrival, early departure or absence for all or part of the event. Please ensure you are available for all dates if booking a two-part event.
For bookings made via a third party website, please refer to their terms and conditions.
This workshop is designed for complete beginners who want an introduction to birds and bird watching.
Michael Boxall, following on from his first very well received film, will be showing us this film about Olive.
A talk by Graham Sorrie about the natural history of swifts and how we can help.
Join us for a walk around the reserve observing the winter wildlife.
Philip and Alison Hanmer will give an illustrated talk on birds of Western Australia.
In Focus experts will be on-hand with a range of optical equipment such as telescopes and binoculars allowing you to try before you buy.
An update on the Veteran Tree Project by Nick Johnson from Northumbria Veteran Tree Project.
Follow the clues and see if you can unearth all the secret signs of spring to win a prize.
Starting from the visitor centre, match the photo to the places as you walk through the woodland and get a prize for completing the trail!