What's On at Chester Zoo
Wildlife Talks with Steve Leonard
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Join us for a very special Wildife Talk, featuring TV vet Steve Leonard, to discuss conservation issues affecting wildlife around the world and in the UK.
To support Act for Wildlife, Celebrity veterinary surgeon and TV presenter Steve Leonard will be making an appearance as guest speaker, talking about the vet's role in conservation from fertility in elephants to looking after baby orang-utans.
This conservation lecture will also feature Chester Zoo’s own biodiversity officer, Sarah Bird who will be talking about how conservation should start at home, the importance of UK Wildlife and the threats it faces.
Act for Wildlife is a wildlife conservation campaign led by Chester Zoo, helping to save endangered species around the world from extinction.
Where & When
Tickets are £15 and the talk will be held at Chester Zoo's Lecture Theatre on Saturday 17th March 2012, between 10am and 2.30pm.
All proceeds go to Act for Wildlife, where 100% of donations are given directly to conservation projects in the field.
How To Book
Tickets for this event are £15. For More information or to book tickets please visit www.wildlifetalks.com or alternatively contact Ticketline on 0844 8889991 or www.ticketline.co.uk/wildlife-talks#bio
Hype Events, who are promoting and organising this event are a group of local students studying Events Management at the University of Chester.
They state that “We as a team are very excited to have been given this opportunity by Chester Zoo.
"Being involved in the Act for Wildlife Campaign is a great experience in itself and we hope that our informative yet fun lecture, Wildlife Talks will reflect that.
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