Date(s) - 07/04/2021
19:30 - 21:30
Kerry’s talk will be in two parts, with a break between them. The first part will cover Earthworm Biology and Ecological Groups.
The second part will be about Ecosystem Services, including Darwin’s research, and Earthworm Recording.
Kerry will take questions at the end of each part.
Kerry is an earthworm recorder, course tutor and secretary for the Earthworm Society of Britain and has also worked at London’s Natural History Museum in a variety of roles for the past 11 years. She is very passionate about all aspects of natural history but particularly engaging people in the world of the humble but super important earthworm. Earthworms are arguably one of the most important and influential organisms on Earth today and this talk will cover earthworm biology, ecology and recording, and look at some of Charles Darwin’s earthworm research.
This promises to be a very interesting talk about a group of organisms of huge importance, but about which we know little, and most of us take for granted.
This is a Zoom talk which starts at 19.30, and the meeting will be open from 19.15 for attendees to sign in before the start.
To register and receive a link for this talk please follow the instructions on the email with this advertisement.
This talk is free to members of GNS; Non-members are welcome to attend for a fee of £2.00 payable via the GNS website.
PLEASE BE SURE TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST / MAKE PAYMENT BY MIDNIGHT ON SATURDAY 3rd APRIL