Fri 9th November, 2018, 7:45pm to 8:45pm
A talk on the birds & mammals of Brazil.
The first half of this talk takes us to the Pantanal, the world's greatest wetland, looking at the wide variety of birds and mammals to be found there, including some dramatic footage of a unique jaguar hunt. The second half moves north to the savannah lands of the high Cerrado and in particular the wildlife to be found in the little known Chapada dos Guimeres national park.
John's talks not only bring to life the wildlife of each area but also discusses the wider environmental issues and threats to that wildlife in an increasingly hostile world.
Brought up on the Romney Marsh in Kent John is an amateur naturalist and photographer who feels very lucky in having been able to travel widely and visit many of the world's wildlife hot spots.
Lecture Theatre U020, Brockington Building, Loughborough University, Epinal Way, Loughborough
Price: £3.50 local group members £4.00 for non-members, LU student gratis with SU card.
For details of all the other group activities please go to the group's website.
To learn more about the RSPB please take a look at their website - http://www.rspb.org.uk/