Habitat Talk: Streets, Railways and Brownfields
Dr Mark Spencer
2nd June 2022
Mark Spencer ends his series of habitat talks by turning his attention to some of the habitats that might be most familiar to Londoners – the streets, railways and brownfield sites. He will describe their features and the plants that characterise them.
More info and details of upcoming talks:
The LNHS Virtual Natural History Talk series brings together naturalists with experts and specialists using the Zoom videoconferencing tool.
All LNHS Virtual Natural History Talks will:
– Comprise of a 30-40 minute talk from the guest speaker, followed by a question and answer session.
– Be free to attend by all, including both LNHS members and non-members.
– Be hosted on Zoom and bookings will be managed through Eventbrite, with joining instructions sent to those that have booked prior to the event.
– Be recorded and subsequently made available through YouTube.
Talks will cover a wide range of topics, including (but not limited to) ecology, identification, recording and conservation, and in a variety of groups including birds, mammals, flowering plants, fungi, bryophytes, reptiles and amphibians, and a range of invertebrate groups.