Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Call of the Wild - What Kent's wildlife tell us about climate change

Deal With IT are holding a joint event with RSPB Kent on Friday 16th April - 7pm Landmark Centre Deal High Street on 'The Call of the Wild: What Kent's wildlife & countryside tell us about climate change'.

We have two speakers Michael Walter of Blean Woods National Nature Reserve and Geoff Meaden Canterbury Christchurch University. All Welcome.

Michael Water has been the RSPB site manger of Blean Woods reserve since 1982. The Blean woods National Nature Reserve is a partnership reserve, owned by RSPB, Natural England, Woodland Trust, Canterbury City Council, Swale Borough Council and Kent County Council, with day-to-day management entrusted to RSPB.

Dr Geoff Meaden has just retired as Principal lecturer in Geography from Canterbury Christ Church University and also does research on fisheries for the UN. Geoff is also the PPC for the Green Party in Canterbury & Whistable.

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