If you are looking to go on a field courses then there are a few companies which may be for you.
Fancy a trip to the Highlands? Why not check out Aigas Field Centre, the centre has been offering environmental education for over 30 years. The centre was set up by Sir John Lister-Kaye in 1977, it has hosted Autumn watch, and is home to an array of amazing wildlife. There are beavers, pine martens, and badgers on site.
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The field studies council host residential field courses, and are located all around the UK. The centres span from Devon to Scotland. Most of the centres offer accommodation, food, and tuition, for up to 120 or so students. They also have day centres which offer courses which run from 9 -5. Click on the link below to access the Field Studies Council website and have a look around. The ‘Learning Locations’ tab allows you to see where the field centres are, and what courses they all offer.