Tuesday, 9 October 2018

How the Vulture lost it's head and other Wildlife tales from Zululand

This week at Bangor Birdgroup Tarik Bodasing will be talking about "How the Vulture lost it's head and other Wildlife tales from Zululand".
Tarik recently moved to the UK from South Africa after marrying a Welsh Girl. He was eased gently into to his first British Summertime with a two month heatwave, which was quite handy as he was working as one of the Cemlyn Tern wardens who normally have to withstand the wind and rain of a typical Welsh Summer, whilst standing on the shingle ridge.
Prior to moving to the UK he worked as a South African Wildlife Ecologist in Zululand, and this Wednesday he will be telling us some of his Wildlife tales. One not to miss!

At Bangor Bird-group we meet on Wednesday nights in the University of Bangor Brambell Building, Deiniol road opposite Asda just down from the Train Station. Costs are £2 per meeting (non members), or even better join as a member. Membership costs are as follows- Waged = £15, £12 for concessions and free for Bangor University students. 
Not bad for 22 talks!
Doors open at 7 for a 7.30 pm start. Talks last for around 1 hour. All members of the public are welcome. 

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