Join us for an evening talk with experts to find out more about the fascinating lives of these enigmatic mammals, their current status, prospects for the future, and how climate change may be affecting them.
Wildlife photographer and cameraman Jack Perks (BBC Springwatch and Countryfile) – who specialises in capturing underwater footage – will be sharing with us some of his experiences filming otters and water voles on UK waterways.
All are welcome to attend this FREE event, and light refreshments will be provided.
Moors for the Future Partnership are launching a survey of ‘Tails of the Uplands’ through our Community Science project – focusing on otter, water vole and mink.
This event will not only be a chance to learn more about these amazing animals, but an opportunity to find out about the ways you could get involved in keeping track of these species.
Date: Thursday 24th August 2016
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: Hathersage Memorial Hall (Main Hall), Oddfellows Rd, Hathersage, Hope Valley,
Derbyshire S32 1DU (link to map).
Transport & Parking
Nearest train station: Hathersage (5 minute walk) which is on the Sheffield – Manchester line.
Nearest bus stops: Hathersage Main Road (5 minute walk)
Parking: There is a large pay and display car park directly opposite the Hathersage Memorial Hall, which costs 50p for the whole evening after 6pm. There is also some free on-road parking on nearby side roads.