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2017 Wildlife Lecture Series

Thursday 24th November

2017 Wildlife Lecture Series

Are you still looking for that perfect Christmas present for a family member or friend? Do you want to make your new year’s resolution to learn more about nature? Then obtaining a ticket for one of our superb guest lectures may just be the thing for you! Taking place at the stunning Idle Valley Nature Reserve, which encompasses 450 hectares of lakes, wetland, grassland and scrub home to a diverse range of wildlife.

Coming up in January we have world-renowned wildlife expert, Nick Baker, who you will have seen on shows such as Autumnwatch and The Really Wild Show. He is also very much involved with The Wildlife Trust currently being a Vice-President, in which he helps to promote the good work that we do here. Nick Baker will be giving a talk on the current State of Nature in the UK with the opportunity for a Q&A and book signing session afterwards.

So why not make a day of it by spending the day exploring our fabulous reserve, where you might spot little grebes or gadwalls, then spend your evening learning even more about wildlife? Taking place on Friday 20th January with tickets at £20, doors will open at 6.30pm with the talk running from 7.30pm to 10pm; the café will also be serving all evening.

We will be giving out more information about are other talks closer to the time, but to give you an idea of what you have to look forward too. Professor Alice Roberts, from the University of Birmingham will be discussing about ancient ecosystems and re-wilding in Britain. Then we have lecture by Miranda Krestovnikoff, wildlife expert off The One Show will be discussing about the UK’s coasts. If all three of these lectures interest you, then you may want to purchase a Lecture 2017 Season Ticket to benefit from priority seating and exclusive discounts. In any case if you wish to book a place for any of our talks please follow the link 


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