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The Wednesday morning walks, which are a steady 4 to 5 miles in length, are of general interest, with the option of a pub drink and meal afterwards. Field meetings are more focused on an area or specific flora or fauna.

Grid Reference and start times are as stated. Please bring your own refreshments for all-day outings. For further information, or if you need a lift, please use the contact form. No dogs are allowed on Nature Reserves and in other places must be kept on short leads.

All persons attending our events do so at their own risk. No responsibility for any mishaps occurring during any excursion, walk or field meeting is accepted by the Society or by the walk leaders.

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The future of the African Elephant

Tuesday March 5 @ 7:45 pm - 9:30 pm

Vicki Boult (University of Reading)

Human population growth presents significant immediate threats to the persistence of elephant populations across Africa, whilst climate change may act in the long-term to compensate or exacerbate human-induced threats. What does the future hold for elephants and what options do we have to conserve them?

Visitors welcome (£3 charge). Members are invited to bring exhibits and share their observations at all meetings.

Details

Date:
Tuesday March 5
Time:
7:45 pm - 9:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Pangbourne Village Hall
6 Station Rd
Pangbourne, Berskshire RG8 7AN United Kingdom
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Phone:
07747 884341
Website:
http://www.pangbourne-pc.gov.uk/village-hall/