|Wildlife Presenter Nick Baker confirmed as keynote speaker at the Herpetofauna Workers Meeting 2012|
|Written by ARC Trust|
|Tuesday, 13 December 2011 14:21|
Keynote Speaker - Nick Baker
Sunday 30th January - ‘Tales of Scales. Beyond the pond – The trials & adventures of an amateur herpetologist.’The wonderful Nick Baker, (Herpetofauna fan and an all round good bloke) will be rounding off the Herpetofauna Workers' Meeting on the 28th to 29th January 2012
Wildlife presenter Nick Baker has agreed to be the key note speaker at the national Herpetofauna Workers' Meeting 2012. The national meeting for Amphibian & Reptile Workers in the UK is taking place at the International Centre in Telford. It is described as the meeting to find out the latest about amphibian and reptile conservation in the UK and beyond. The meeting is in partnership between the ARG UK panel, its local groups and the national charity Amphibian & Reptile Conservation. It promises to be an excellent meeting of talks, presentations,the welcomed comeback of the infamous 'Have I Got Newts for You' the herpetological quiz with a difference, workshops topped off with a speech by Nick Baker. Nick will be joining the meeting on the Saturday evening and will then be the rounding the weekend off the meeting to really lift people's spirits for the up and coming survey season.
If you are a member of an Amphibian & Reptile Group or a friend of Amphibian & Reptile Conservation, or student you get both days for just £91.00! - the deadline for registration at this rate is 9th January 2012.
(excluding evening meal & accommodation)
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