Illustrated Talks for Thursdays 2018
A series of illustrated talks from guest speakers, exploring wildlife near and far. Please feel free to attend all of the talks, just one or any number you like.
This is a relaxed way to take yourself to pastures new on cold winter evenings.
Field Centre opens at 19.00, talks start at 19.30 and end at about 21.30 with a break for refreshments after about one hour.
All welcome, £4.00 per person.
JANUARY – APRIL 2018
Winter Birding in the Land of the Rising Sun
Tales from Brian’s recent trip to Japan
Serengeti – The Last of the World’s Great Wildlife Spectacles
A wildlife and bird safari
Life on the Rocky Shore
Plants and animals between the tides, on the rocks and in the rock pools
Alderney Bird Observatory with the Warden
The setting-up, work, birds and wildlife of the Country’s newest Observatory
China Beyond the Clouds
Birds, wildlife and scenery through S and SW China via Lijiang and Hong Kong
Jabirus & Jaguars – Birds & Wildlife of the Pantanal
A Birding and wildlife trip in Brazil to the world’s largest seasonal wetland
The River Stour – From Source to Sea
In its 40 miles to Pegwell Bay, taking in wildlife, geology, history & architecture
Birding in Lanzarote & Fuerteventura
In search of Houbara Bustard, Cream-coloured Courser and the Islands’ endemics
Operation Turtle Dove – Saving a Bird on the Brink
Based in Kent, Nicole is the RSPB’s Turtle Dove Conservation adviser
Colourful and exciting plants from around the world
Argentina & The Falkland Islands
Some of the Wildlife in Buenos Aires, Tierra del Fuego & the Falklands
|Sally & Ian Hunter|
Birds and some flowers from the Southern European coast and islands
A Natural History of Kent’s Mammals
Interesting aspects of mammal behaviour, ecology & conservation. Suzanne is Conservation Officer at Wildwood.