Dr Mark Collins will give the first talk in the CNHS autumn programme on Thursday 12th October at 6:45 p.m.
The speaker is the author of Threatened Swallowtail Butterflies of the World and Chair of the Swallowtail and Birdwing Butterfly Trust. He will give an illustrated talk about the Trust’s conservation activities in Borneo, Bhutan, Fiji, Australia, Jamaica and elsewhere, news about an upcoming conference on the Apollo butterflies and their relatives worldwide, concluding with a detailed appraisal of the existential risks facing the British Swallowtail in the Norfolk Broads, and what options we have to keep the species safe.
This talk will be in person, in the David Attenborough Building, Pembroke St, Cambridge CB2 3QZ
It will start at 6:45 p.m. Please arrive in good time or you may not be able to get into the building.
ALL WELCOME Members free; non-members £2
The talk on Thursday 19th October will be online at 7:30 p.m.
People power for nature: the challenges and the opportunities
Peter Exley has worked for the RSPB, for over 25 years, on building peoples’ support for nature, from campaigns to communities. He is currently involved in making the charity’s 170 nature reserves more visitable. In his talk he will look at the barriers, issues and opportunities, and why understanding people is essential to saving nature, using examples of projects he has worked on, from saving seabirds on islands to creating new nature reserves in the Somerset Levels.
Online via Zoom. Members will be emailed login details nearer the time.
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