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ARG UK Autumn Seminar Series: Engaging community champions – innovative outreach for amphibians and reptiles with diverse communities.

Thursday, 29 Oct 2020 19:30 – 21:00
This event is online

Adder lantern parade A JulianARG UK Autumn Seminar Series: Engaging community champions – developing and evaluating innovative outreach programmes for amphibians and reptiles with diverse communities. Presented by Angela Julian (Coordinator ARG UK), we will explore novel ways of engaging with different community groups. Our panel of expert speakers will present their own innovative outreach programmes, including Sam Kelly (ARG UK) who will tell us about the impact of Adders are Amazing!, engaging communities in Pembrokeshire with our only venomous snake; David Willis (Hertfordshire ARG), who will tell us about his training and outreach with staff and offenders in the criminal justice system; and Emma Gardner (Bagley Wood Toad Patrol/University of Reading/CEH), who will be telling us more about 'Animals on the Move', a two day interactive community exhibition of migratory animals, including toads, swifts, fish, and butterflies. Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion with an opportunity for participants to ask questions or raise other points. (Images copyright Angela Julian and Sam Kelly).

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Please note this is an online event powered by Zoom. With thanks to The Garfield Weston Foundation, who have kindly sponsored our evening on Engaging Community Champions.

 

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