Andrew Stratton Convocation Lecture: Dartmoors Wildlife a Photographic Exploration
|An Alumni and supporters alumni event|
|Date||30 June 2012|
This year's lecture will take you on a photographic journey of one of England's most beautiful and dramatic landscapes.
Dartmoor was established as a National Park in 1951 and has a rich array of habitats and wildlife. This talk will take you on a photographic journey through some of Dartmoors quiet corners and through its seasons and illustrate some of the fabulous plants.
Charles Tyler is a Professor in Environmental Biology and Deputy Head of Biosciences at the University of Exeter. His research work is focused on the impacts of chemicals on wildlife populations, most notably fish. He has a passion for wildlife and is a lifelong naturalist. Any free time that he can find, he spends on Dartmoor.
Contact Rachael Magee, Alumni Officer if you would like to attend via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44(0)1392 726349
If you are interested in this event, you may also be interested in: Reunion Day, Saturday 30 June 2012
|Provider||Alumni and supporters|