UK Re-wilding and Conservation Tales
Tuesday 29 January 19:30 - 21:00
Nick Upton has worked as a university biologist, a film-maker wth David Attenborough at the BBC, a writer and a photographer. He has followed UK reintroduction projects such as the Great Crane Project (Somerset), reintroduction of Harvest mice to the Midlands, the Return of Beavers to Devon and Pine Martens to Wales, as well as surveys of Hazel dormouse (In Somerset), Suburban Hedgehog and Swift conservation (Wiltshire). He will tell stories of his varied work and about the concept of 're-wilding' as a conservation strategy.
Where: Wells Museum (enter via side entrance) off Cathedral Green, Wells BA5 2UE.
Booking/Contact information: Booking not required. Contact Jean Mantle at email@example.com or by calling 01749 677600 for more information.
Cost: Members £3 / Non-members £3.50