Animal psychology talk - 14/10/2012
All wildlife watchers have, at some point, looked at an animal and thought, “Why is it doing that?”. Well this might well be your chance to find out.
Psychology lecturers Tom Dickins and David Hardman are both keen observers of wildlife, and have been studying animal behaviour on Lundy Island every summer.
This intriguing talk will investigate how animals think and why they behave as they do.
Full of fascinating facts and anecdotes, this talk is for anyone who is interested in discovering more about bird and animal behaviour.
£3 per person. Tickets are non-refundable. Booking essential: please call 020 8409 4400.
|Date:||Sunday 14th October, 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?:||No|
|How to book:||Call 020 8409 4400|
|Event contact name:||WWT London Wetland Centre|
|Event contact email:||email@example.com|
|Event contact telephone number:||020 8409 4400|