Join Emily Millhouse from Froglife for the first of our series of online talks: Women on Nature and Wildlife.
Emily will talk about Froglife’s work, especially in London, conserving amphibians and reptiles – frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards – and saving the habitats they depend on.
Emily is Project Manager on Froglife’s London Tales of Amphibian Discovery Project
Emily has run some wonderful workshops at BPCG and locally and is an inspiring speaker. You will come away from this talk with a stack of wonderful stories and new insights into the largely hidden life of our London amphibians and reptiles, and their importance in our ecosystems.
Book your ticket below. You only need to book one ticket. There are four types: free, £5, £10 or £15. Anything you can contribute will help us to keep the charity running during these difficult times. You can also donate on our JustGiving Page here
Future Women on Nature and Wildlife talks are on Tuesdays 8th Dec (Alice Vincent, author of Rootbound – Rewilding a Life @noughticulture), 12th Jan (Carolyn Steel, Author of Sitopia – How Food can Save the World), 9th Feb (Sue Stuart-Smith, author of The Well-Gardened Mind, psychiatrist and psychot) and 9th March (Jo Ferguson, Built Environment Manager for the Bat Conservation Trust).