I am delighted to have been asked to present a lecture at Newcastle upon Tyne’s prestigous ‘Great North Museum: Hancock’ on behalf of the Natural History Society of Northumbria.
My talk will be about the mammals of Kenya’s Masai Mara, and in particular, the ongoing trials and tribulations of the Lemek Pride of lions. These lions are of specific interest to me as they are the pride which is closest to our Masai Mara photo safari accommodation and I spend a lot of time with our guests photographing them. So, it will of course be a very photographically orientated lecture too!
This talk is free for members of the Natural History Society of Northumbria, non-members are welcome and are asked to make a small donation (£3 suggested) to the society on the night.
Date: 10th February 2017
Doors* open: Approx 6.20pm
Lecture starts: Approx 7pm until about 8pm.
Beers: Afterwards, wherever you would like to buy me a pint. Thanks!
On site parking is limited to blue badge holders only. There is a car park nearby on Claremont Road. The Museum is a 300m walk from Haymarket Metro and bus stations.
Great North Museum
Natural History Society of Northumbria