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ASH – An illustrated Talk

ASH – An illustrated Talk

ASH – an illustrated talk with Archie Miles, author and professional photographer Archie Miles has been photographing and writing about trees for the last 25 years, but he can still […]

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1829 Talk: Trade-offs between coral traits – implications for natural selection and restorative assisted evolution on coral reefs

Trade-offs between coral traits: implications for natural selection and assisted evolution on coral reefs With Liam Lachs, Newcastle University Under climate change, marine heatwaves are becoming ever more damaging, and […]

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1829 Talk: Drivers of reef shark abundance and spatial distribution across an oceanic atoll

Drivers of reef shark abundance and spatial distribution across an oceanic atoll With Danielle Robinson, Newcastle University One-quarter of the world’s sharks are threatened with extinction. A better understanding of […]

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Wildlife Tracking Wizardry

Join Brian Cresswell to discover the latest developments in animal tracking and explore how tracking devices have been used to reveal the secrets of nightjar migration

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Breeding Tyne Kittiwakes – a review from 1994 to 2020

The River Tyne nesting kittiwakes have shown a remarkable story since their beginnings in 1949. In this talk, we shall view some of their nesting sites along the river since 1994 and examine trends in their numbers and breeding success.

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1829 Talk: The Future of Gosforth Nature Reserve

Join NHSN Project Officer, Charlotte Rankin, for an inside look at a new ten-year management plan for Gosforth Nature Reserve and an opportunity to explore exciting plans for species conservation, learning and visitor experience.

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1829 Talk: Balancing Wildlife Conservation and the Community

Balancing Wildlife Conservation and the Community with Ellie Coleman As an early career conservationist, my role as a graduate trainee with Coast Care helped me to develop a huge range […]

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Dots on the map: why should we record wildlife?

Dots on the map: why should we record wildlife? Online talk with Ryan Clark How can you make the most of your wildlife sightings? Biological records are the accepted format […]

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1829 Talk: Eurythenes plasticus – The newest face of marine plastic pollution

Eurythenes plasticus – The newest face of marine plastic pollution Online talk with Johanna Weston, Newcastle University 6000 metres beneath the surface of the Mariana Trench, Pacific Ocean is very […]

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1829 Talk: The Urban Nightjar

The Urban Nightjar Online talk with Samuel Levy and Thomas Weston A short presentation showing how the European Nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus, a bird who relies on ecologically niche open heathlands, […]

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