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13th October 2016 at 7:30pm
Should the Eurasian Lynx be reintroduced to the UK?
Speaker: Prof Ian Convery
Location: Beehive Building,
Ambleside University campus, Rydal Road, Ambleside
Eurasian lynx are charismatic top predators in woodland ecosystems. They perform valuable ecosystem services (e.g., by reducing deer damage to woodlands) and pose little threat to humans or livestock. Professor Ian Convery from the University of Cumbria and Lynx UK Trust will outline the case for a trial reintroduction of lynx to the UK.
Visitors welcome £3 entry, ANHS members & UoC students free
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