Nature Meet-ups: To the moon and back

June 28, 2018 3:46 pm

Date:            Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Time:           19:00 – 20:30

Location:    Salina Nature Reserve

Are you interested in nature and wildlife on a global scale? If yes, then come along to Salina Nature Reserve to learn about the world’s longest animal migration!

This talk will explore the awesome phenomenon of Arctic Tern migration, their background ecology, and why the Arctic Tern has become a global symbol for conservation.


Open to all


Free entrance

Donations are welcome

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This is the third in our Nature Meet-ups series of evening events with an educational talk about nature on different topics. These talks are being held once a month on Wednesdays. The next one will take place on the 22nd of August.

Car Pooling & Car Sharing…!

Care about the environment and meet new friends…offer/ask for a lift!
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