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Galapagos Day 2016 - Regent's University London
Thu 22 September 2016, 18:00 – 22:00 BST
Join us this September for our annual Galapagos Day Event. This year we will be hosting the event in the beautiful surroundings of Regent's University London.
With a strong project focus, there will be appearances from scientists in the field, as well as an update from our CEO, Sharon Johnson, after 1 year in the job!
There will be an introduction from Stanley Johnson, authour and active conservationist followed by talks from Dr Glyn Young, Head of Field Programmes at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust who will be presenting the progress of the Mangrove Finches and Floreana Mockingbirds, both species that are supported through GCT projects.
Dr. Richard Kirby will be giving a talk on one of the most important organisms on the planet and especailly Galapagos; Plankton. Amy MacLeod, Phd will present on her recent findings following reserach of the endemic marine iguana of Galapagos and students studying the Marine and Natural History Photography course at Falmouth University will be showcasing a selection of their finest works from their recent trip to Galapagos, and the winners from our 2016 photography competition will exhibit their images.
And finally, there will be a screening of a video message from our president, Monty Halls.
There will be a chance to mingle with GCT supporters, conservationists, lecturers and scientists in the marquee both before and after the talks.
Make sure you buy your raffle ticket to be in with a chance of winning a trip to Galapagos for only £1 - the winner will be announced at the end of the evening.