Top 3 Tricks To Identify Any Tree

Learn 3 effective techniques which will help you identify any tree out in the countryside. If you've ever wondered, "what tree is that?" then try these proven techniques which will get you a lot closer to your answer. I've found them to be very effective.

This video is a sample from an online course I've created called The Complete Tree ID Course. If you enjoyed this and would like to know more, along with getting video lectures, photo galleries, cheat sheets and more then you can sign yup now for my FREE introductory course Kickstart Your Tree ID Skills. Enroll right here:

I created the course because my students wanted to be able to understand what they were looking at when out in the countryside. So, The Complete Tree ID Course will take you from clueless to confident on your journey to becoming a fully-fledged Tree Expert. Let me help you see the trees from the wood.

Top 3 Tricks To Identify Any Tree

Learn 3 effective techniques which will help you identify any tree out in the countryside. If you've ever wondered, "what tree is that?" then try these proven techniques which will get you a lot closer to your answer. I've found them to be very effective.

This video is a sample from an online course I've created called The Complete Tree ID Course. If you enjoyed this and would like to know more, along with getting video lectures, photo galleries, cheat sheets and more then you can sign yup now for my FREE introductory course Kickstart Your Tree ID Skills. Enroll right here:

I created the course because my students wanted to be able to understand what they were looking at when out in the countryside. So, The Complete Tree ID Course will take you from clueless to confident on your journey to becoming a fully-fledged Tree Expert. Let me help you see the trees from the wood.

Whispers from the Wood, Ep 3: How To Create a Nature Journal

Lea gives viewers a look into the pages of her nature journals, sharing how she uses them as learning aids and inspiration. Journalling is an effective way to record and enhance your own nature connection journey. Lea gives you tips on how to start your own journal today.

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12 Spring Wildflowers You Should Know

Lea takes you on a walk in the woods & hedgerows to show you 12 common spring wildflowers that anyone interested in nature should know. Perfect if you want to improve your wildflower identification skills.

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Flowers features here include: Lady's Smock, Marsh Marigold, Greater Stitchwort, Bluebell, Wood Sorrel, Lesser Celandine, Wood Anemone, Lords & Ladies, Dog Violet, Primrose, Cow Parsley and Forget-Me-Not.

Note: Always have the permission of the landowner if you want to forage or pick wildflowers, check that the flowers is not listed as rare or endangered, and ensure you have a good wildflower ID guide (or two) with you so you can make a a positive and safe identification of the plant.

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Travel Tips: Venetian Tales

For those of you that saw last weeks Sonia's Travels episode, you know that we were on the hunt to find Mr. May from the Venice gondolier calendar. Was he even real? He was too perfect to be real! It turns out, not only are all the models in the calendar actual gondoliers, but we actually found Mr. May!