11 November 2020
(presentation at 7.30pm, Zoom Q&A at 8.15pm)
Anna Sutcliffe is a wildlife ecologist with a deep commitment to developing environmental awareness through education and interpretation. For the last 25 years Anna has been travelling to the southern hemisphere to work as a naturalist and expedition leader on expedition cruises to Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands. She has great understanding and depth of knowledge of the ecology, birds and sea mammals of Antarctica and the surrounding sub-Antarctic islands. In this lecture Anna will be sharing her insights into these remote places and exploring the inspiration of the South.
This event has been organised by the East of England regional committee.
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