The more nature-minded of the CMC may be interested in next Monday’s (29 Nov) broadcast talk from the Boat of Garten hall. This is the email That I received from them:
Hi – Just a reminder that our next Talk is this Monday, 29th November at 7.30pm in the Boat of Garten Community Hall when Kenny Kortland will be explaining the work of the Cairngorm Connect Predator Project, including sharing the results of their recent research.
The relationships between predators and prey is a fascinating area of study and when set in the context of human interventions, can be controversial. So, can the Capercaillie, the Pine Marten and the Red Squirrel co-exist – and what about the Lynx?
Kenny is a wildlife ecologist with Forestry and Land Scotland, is the lead on the Cairngorm Connect Predator Project and is an honorary senior lecturer at Aberdeen University School of Biological Sciences – so is well placed to share his knowledge, experience and insights on these intriguing areas of interest. This will be a thought provoking presentation followed by a lively Q&A discussion.
Tickets will be available on the night from 7.00pm (Adults £5, under 16’s free with an adult) If you are planning to come it would be helpful if you could reply to this email indicating the number of tickets you want – thank you.
To be sure of a ticket you can pre-purchase through Eventbrite by clicking the link below https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/boat-talks-cairngorms-connect-predator-project-29th-november-tickets-212394085427
If you are unable to come to the Hall you can watch via our YouTube channel – just click the link below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tzm0BtNYD_c (This is free – but donations are gratefully received – http://www.gofundme.com/f/boat-talks-donations/share – Thankyou)