The Field Studies Council have several Natural History Webinars coming up that explore the secrets of the underwater world and its inhabitants. All their upcoming talks are listed below – including those on a range of non-marine topics, such as rewilding; monitoring England’s upland hay meadows; grasshoppers and crickets, and more.
For Our Iconic Seal’s: Think Seal! they will be joined by Sue Sayer, who is an internationally renowned researcher and author, and founder of Cornwall Seal Group. Sue will share her thoughts and knowledge gained from years of studying and watching these fantastic animals.
The second marine-based Natural History Live in October is all about How Scotland Protects the Largest Skate of Europe. For this talk, they will be joined by Tanja Schwank, who is a PhD researcher at the University of Aberdeen. Tanja will discuss the biology and conservation of the critically endangered Flapper Skate, as well as the citizen science used to help monitor the species.
These FREE virtual talks are open to all.
2021 Natural History Live Programme
- 29 Sep The Tanyptera Project
- 06 Oct Restoring Wilder Worlds: Rewilding & Species Reintroductions
- 13 Oct Our Iconic Seals: Think seal!
- 20 Oct How Scotland Protects the Largest Skate of Europe
- 27 Oct Wildlife Tracking for Conservation
- 03 Nov Save Our Seabed by restoring, educating and reducing recreational pressure
- 10 Nov Knepp Wildland: Rewilding and invertebrates
- 17 Nov Monitoring England’s Upland Hay Meadows
- 26 Nov Grasshoppers and Crickets
- 01 Dec Protecting the Health of Britain’s Rarest Wildlife: Veterinary contributions in conservation
- 10 Dec Gardening for Wildlife: How To Welcome Frogs, ‘Hogs and Everything In-between!
Missed a previous Natural History Live? You can watch them on FSC Biodiversity YouTube channel.
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