An illustrated talk led by Glenda Law on the mammals, birds and people of India.
Invertebrates are amongst the most numerous organisms on earth; this talk by Clive Nuttman, an experienced biologist based in Kent, looks at the varied and important roles that they play in our…
An illustrated talk let by Victoria Golding on plants takes us from Kent to New Zealand, the alps and the canaries
An illustrated talk led by Andrew Lapworth on local wildlife and tips on how to improve your photography
Paul Hadaway, Head of Conservation at Kent Wildlife Trust, explains ‘re-wilding’, the process by which more natural approaches to land management can reduce flood risk, reduce our carbon footprint…
A talk led by Maureen Rainey, Wild About Gardens Coordinator, on 'Water for Wildlife' illustrating how even the smallest garden can include a water feature and pond life.
Andrew Lapworth shows us the scenery, birds and flowers along the River Tees including Upper Teesdale with its assemblage of rare plants and Black Grouse leks.