Dinopedia- The John Wickham Lecture – Zoom talk by Darren Naish – Tuesday 18 January

A recording of Darren Naish’s talk on Tuesday 18th January is now available  to view for the next 30 days.  To view the recording, click on the link below and then enter the passcode when asked to do so.

In this talk, palaeontologist, naturalist, author and researcher Darren Naish outlines the major and fascinating changes in our understanding of dinosaurs and their behaviour as discussed in detail in his book Dinopedia.

To view the recording, follow the link below and enter the pass code when prompted to do so.

Passcode: KG3uQ*Vb

The John Wickham Lecture is held annually in memory of John Wickham who joined the Society shortly after it was founded in 1968 and undertook many roles in support of the Society including responsibility for membership and communication with members, co-ordination of the Hazeley Wood Study Group and as a Vice President of the Society until his death in 2019. John was a passionate naturalist with a particular interest in invertebrates and scientific inquiry, who was always ready to help other members and share his expertise.