This 2-day workshop at Rixton Clay Pits Nature Reserve will cover the identification of dragonflies and damselflies as adults and larvae, as well as from the skins (exuviae) left behind after the emergence of the adult. The workshop will involve some light walking as we look at different ponds on the site.
Tony Parker is the Assistant Curator of Vertebrate Zoology at World Museum, Liverpool. His main interest is British wildlife, with a particular emphasis on recording the natural history of the North West region. Tony is involved in several projects regarding recording and monitoring the distribution of birds, mammals and hymenoptera in the region and is the Aculeate Hymenoptera recorder for Cheshire.