Peruvian Amazon Adventures - 29/9/2012
2.30pm – 3.30pm
James Borrell is a conservation biologist with a passion for expeditions and adventure. In 2011 James spent five weeks living and working deep in the heart of the Peruvian Amazon. From monitoring primates high in the canopy to catching caiman by torch light and photographing rare and elusive cats, James explains the reality of science in the rainforest, whilst living with the highs and lows of life in this unique environment.
How does field research translate into practical conservation measures and what does the future hold for this small corner of the Amazon?
£3 per person. Tickets are non-refundable. Call 020 8409 4400 to book your place.
About James Borrell
James Borrell is a conservation biologist with a passion for expeditions and adventure. He is currently studying for his PhD at Queen Mary’s University of London.
Image by James Borrell.
|Date:||Saturday 29th September, 2012|
|Cost:||£3.00, excluding admission|
|Cost includes admission:||No|
|Free for members:||No|
|Refreshments included in price:||No -|
|Accessibility for wheelchairs:||Yes|
|Accessibility for pushchairs:||No|
|Suitable for Under 2s:||No|
|Suitable for children:||No|
|Need to book in advance?:||Yes|
|How to book:||Please call 020 8409 4400.|
|Event contact name:||WWT London Wetland Centre|
|Event contact email:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Event contact telephone number:||020 8409 4400|