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A LOST DOG? WOLVES IN THE HIGHLANDS OF ETHIOPIA AND ELSEWHERE

Thursday 24 October: 6:45pm - 8:30pm

David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site, CB2 3QZ

Kevin Hand discusses the changing fortunes of wolves in Europe, and the Ethiopian Wolf, the rarest canid in the world.

Kevin is a former CNHS President. A conservationist and environmental consultant with a special interest in ecotourism, he has led many projects linking nature and communities. He is a Course Director with the ACE Foundation, leading wildlife tours for 28 years, and as a former director of the Tree Council ran National Tree Week in the UK for 13 years.

Cambridge Natural History Society was founded in 1857 and is open to everyone interested in any aspect of Natural History, be it botany, zoology, ecology, entomology, palaeontology, mycology, conservation - you name it! As well as talks we do field studies - an opportunity to hone your ID skills! - and have social events and an annual exhibition, our Conversazione or NatHistFest. We are proud to have numbered Sir David Attenborough among our members.

Join us to meet local experts and others who share your passion for the natural world! Membership is just £6 a year (£5 by standing order), £14 for three years, £100 life membership). Join at any meeting or see www.cnhs.org.uk for more information.

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No need to book.

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Full access

Additional Information

Age: 11+, Talk, Arrive on time, Free (donations welcome!)

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