Dundee Afternoon Lecture
Six local Societies - The Royal Scottish Geographical Society Dundee Centre, The Friends of Dundee City Archives; Dundee Art Society; The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds; The Friends of the University of Dundee Botanic Gardens; and Abertay Historical Society; have organised a fascinating series of talks, open to all members of the public.
- Dundee Afternoon Lecture Programme 2019:-
Wednesday 6th March
Martin Kirkbride - Khumbu rocks! Glaciers of Everest.
Much can be learned from glaciers by studying their affects on the landscape. Martin Kirkbride has researched these affects beyond Scotland to New Zealand, Antarctica, Iceland, the Alps, and most recently a six week expedition to the Khumbu Valley in Nepal. This expedition in the shadow of Mount Everest will be the subject of Martin's lecture.
Field trip: Wednesday 10th April 2018 at 2pm
A walk around riverside nature park led by Graham Smith.
A walk around the Riverside Nature Park, Dundee looking at the resident wildlife of this former landfill site. The birdlife of the varied habitats including Invergowrie Bay should be particularly interesting as the spring migration will have just started.
Meet at Riverside Nature Park car park, Wright Ave entrance, Dundee DD1 1AA at 2pm. Warm outdoor clothing advised, as are binoculars.
Booking required. Contact Graham Smith 01382 532461, no payment but a donation to RSPB will be appreciated.
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Wednesday 10th April 2019 2:00pm
Dundee Afternoon Lectures
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