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As most of you know, we have been running a programme of visits for our community volunteers and others to various sites with conservation/ecology interest; during the winter months our activities need to be less weather-dependent, and I thought this would be a good time to visit London’s Natural History Museumhttp://www.nhm.ac.uk.
In keeping with the current LWT/ARC project work and training in aspects of herpetological conservation, I am planning to focus on reptiles, using the NHM’s fantastic collection of extant and fossil specimens. There will be plenty of time to look at other exhibits as well and feel free to do your own thing, as always.
Wednesday 14th December
Meeting point: Outside the main entrance to the Natural History Museum at 11.00 a.m. *
Entrance to the museum is free. You may want to bring a packed lunch, as the museum food is not that cheap.
The nearest tube station is South Kensington, a map and bus routes here: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit-us/getting-here/index.html
It would be useful if you could let me know if you are definitely coming, hope to see you there.
*if you arrive a bit late, I am planning to visit the main dinosaur gallery first, through the main entrance and turn left. You can’t miss them, they’re big.
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