Oil painting with a pallet knife and brush on wood, canvas or board. Suitable for all levels of experience, beginners welcome.
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.
If we need to cancel an NWT event, we will endeavour to reschedule it for an alternative date. If the alternative date is not convenient, all monies paid to us will be refunded in full. If you find that you need to cancel your booking for an NWT event and it is up to 7 days before the event, a full refund will be made minus a 10% admin fee. If you cancel your place less than 7 days before the day of the event, unfortunately we will not be able to make a refund. If you have any queries regarding any of our events or our policies please contact us on (0191) 284 6884 during office hours, or email us at email@example.com.
Join professional landscape photographer Jason Friend and learn how to get the most out of your equipment. Any level of experience and any type of photography equipment welcome.
Alan Fairclough is an expert "Moth-er" and has an uncanny ability to find and identify these small moths. We'll learn how he does it.
This workshop is designed for complete beginners who want an introduction to birds and bird watching.
Join Michael Boxall to view a film about this reserve where he worked for many years.
Chris Wright will talk about the pleasures of getting to know the fauna and flora of this NWT reserve while surveying and ringing the birds there. Preceded by short AGM.
Illustrated talk by David Steele, warden isle of May
A winter visit to observe the wildfowl on the ponds.
An illustrated talk by Mike Watson.
Our mindfulness days are open to everyone, and provide a valuable antidote to day-to-day stresses and busy weekends.