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Stephanie
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Re: Public Science Lectures online

Post by Stephanie » Thu May 06, 2021 5:28 pm

The Field Studies Council have a number of webinars coming up. https://www.field-studies-council.org/c ... y-courses/

I've listed out a few below, but do check out the full list!

Tues 11 May, 2:30-4pm - Exploring Arable Plants
Wed 19 May, 3-4pm - Red Squirrel Conservation: Protecting Merseyside’s Red Squirrel Stronghold
Wed 26 May, 3-4pm - Slimy, Sticky & Unloved: Slugs in Britain
Wed 2 June, 3-4pm - The Weird and Wonderful World of Wildflowers
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Re: Public Science Lectures online

Post by Fishnut » Thu May 06, 2021 6:23 pm

Oh, thanks for that! I've signed up for the slugs and one on biological records. There's also one on the Knepp estate and its rewilding that's probably worth flagging.
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