Leap Day Talks

To coincide with Leap Day (February 29th) 2012, Manchester Museum is participating in an international event being organised by the Amphibian Ark – Leaping Ahead of Extinction: A celebration of good news for amphibians in 2012.

As part of our activities planned, and in conjunction with our Museum Meets Programme, we have a series of amphibian conservation related talks specially organised for Leap day. These are  amphibian talks aimed at Ages 15+ and are offered free of charge. However, there are limited places available, and these need to be booked in advance to avoid disappointment:

Leap Day talks at The Manchester Museum, and to book a place to attend these.

A super poster has also been created to promote Leap Day, with amphibian art being generously donated by a group of artists. Download the poster for your wall HERE.

Leap Frog 2012     Amphibian Ark      Museum Meets     Personal Presentations

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2 Responses

  1. This was a great day of talks. I learned a lot of new things and gained an insight to some of the brilliant conservation work you guys do. The talk on breeding leaf frogs in captivity was of particular use to me. Thanks for sharing this with us! Keep up the good work!!

  2. All the talks were super interesting and very very informative…and free!!!Thank you so much for organising such a great day!

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