"Wildlife Talks" will be held at Chester Zoo's Russell Allen Lecture Hall on the 17th March 2012 starting at 10am and will raise awareness and money for Chester Zoo's Act for Wildlife campaign.
Featuring is Veterinary Surgeon and TV wildlife presenter Steve Leonard. Steve has presented many wildlife programmes for the BBC and currently has a show out on ITV called Safari Vet School. For the presentation Steve will be talking about his passion for global conservation and give an insight into the amazing experiences he has been through while travelling the globe.
Also featuring is Chester Zoo's Bio Diversity Officer Sarah Bird. Sarah will describe some of the wildlife projects the zoo is involved with and stress the importance of working in partnership for impact and awareness.
This is a unique opportunity to meet two extremely passionate and dynamic personalities, who are experts in their field, and take part in a Q&A for each presentation.
The event includes a charity auction and raffle featuring items donated by Chester Zoo and other supporters of the event. Food and drink is provided.
Act for Wildlife is a conservation campaign led by Chester Zoo, helping to save endangered species around the globe from extinction. If you would like to find out more information about the charity you can visit their website.
We also have a website where you can book tickets and find out more information. Tickets are £15 with a 10% discount for groups of ten or more.
Please contact us if you have any questions or call 07512 671408.
Information kindly provided by Alexandra D'Silva.