WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE, BUT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO LATER IN THE YEAR
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Robert Canis will inspire us with images from his local patch. He says he is a ‘stay-at-home’ nature photographer, repeatedly visiting the same locations and spending extended periods photographing his subjects since he feels that only by doing so can you really get under the skin of a place or species and reveal it in all its forms.
Maria Longley from GiGL (Greenspace Information for Greater London) will tell us how we know where wildlife is in London and why we care. We will find out about the building of an evidence base and how it gets used from GiGL and World Animal Protection.
We will be at Camley Street Natural Park - a special example of nature conservation at the heart of London. Right behind Kings Cross Station, 2 acres of reserve are looked after on the banks of Regent’s Canal. http://www.wildlondon.org.uk/reserves/camley-street-natural-park
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Image 'Draonfly at Dawn' © Robert Canis