British Naturalists' Association Conference - Saturday 11th May
A diverse day of Marine talks and Forest Wildlife exploration. Lectures include Seabird & Sandeel Research by Sarah Wanless. Sarah’s work is to understand the impact of global change on marine top predators, particularly seabirds. Most of her research is field-based, much of it on the Isle of May. Her current research extends beyond the breeding season and uses traditional and bio-logging approaches to track individuals year round. This work proved essential to the conservation of marine ecosystems and resulted in the ban of sand eel fisheries in the western North Sea. The other lectures feature Maya Plass and Dr Tom Cameron from University of Essex.
For more information about the day and to book your place go to https://bna-naturalists.org/conference-2019/