Next Talk Details..

The next presentation in the new animal-based talk series will be given by a group of Salford University wildlife students and hosted in Manchester Museum on Thursday 9th February at 1pm. The students will be sharing their exciting first-hand experiences of a special time spent in Costa Rica last summer, and this will provide a fascinating insight into the flora and fauna they came across whilst working at a unique biological research station in the tropical rainforest on the Pacific Coast.

Everyone is welcome to attend the talk, which will be held in the Kanaris Theatre at The Manchester Museum between 1 – 2 pm.  If you are a Salford or Manchester University staff member or student you might want to let your friends and colleagues know about this event and arrive early to avoid disappointment. If you are not associated with either University you are also extremely welcome to attend, there is no charge whatsoever to the public.

‘Sloth’ Talk in the Series    ‘Frog’ Talk in the series    University of Salford    Costa Rica

Many Thanks to our Vivarium Volunteer Xaali for producing the fab poster above!

YOU CAN NOW WATCH THE PREVIOUS TALK HERE!

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2 Responses

  1. Coming to this one!

  2. Great talk. Thanks for sharing your experiences!

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