Thu, 10 December 2020

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm GMT

How to Love Nature and Save It

Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin

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One thing has become clear this year – we need nature more than ever. Two of the UK’s leading naturalists join us to explore how we can connect to the wonder and solace of the wild.

The natural world has never been more under pressure, but there are still reasons to be hopeful.

In this livestream event, naturalists Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin will share personal stories, conservation breakthroughs and fascinating scientific discoveries that capture the essence of how we feel about the wildlife outside our windows.

From the resurgence of storks in Britain to lesser horseshoe bats returning to the Isle of Man, to what we can do to encourage wildlife into our own spaces, whether that’s a pond, a garden, a balcony or our streets, the talk explores the wonder and the solace of the wild, and the ways in which we can connect with it.

Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate the beauty and splendour of nature with two conservationists who have done more than almost anyone to inspire us to take notice of, get involved with and care for our natural environment.

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Chris Packham

Naturalist and wildlife TV Presenter

Chris Packham is one of the UK’s leading naturalists and wildlife TV presenters. He is currently the leading host of BBC 2’s Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch. His autobiography, Fingers in the Sparkle Jar was a number 1 Sunday Times bestseller, and a Radio 4 Book of the Week. As a campaigner Chris is a vociferous opponent of the badger cull and has called for the banning of driven grouse shooting. In October 2016 Chris earned the top honour at the Wildscreen Panda Awards – The Christopher Parsons Award for Outstanding Achievement – in recognition of his significant contribution to wildlife filmmaking, conservation and the public’s understanding of the environment.

Megan McCubbin

Zoologist, Conservationist and Photographer

Megan McCubbin is a zoologist, wildlife TV presenter, conservationist and photographer. Her interest stems from a childhood growing up in and around the Isle of Wight Zoo, which specialises in the rescue and rehabilitation of ex-circus and pet trade animals. She most recently presented Springwatch, and is the co-founder of The Self-Isolating Bird Club and Wildlife Rebellion.