Talks

Sunrise over the Malvern Hills, Worcestershire c Nigel HootonSunrise over the Malvern Hills, Worcestershire c Nigel Hooton

Looking for an engaging speaker for your group?

Are you part of a group that organises regular talks? Do you have an interest in finding out more about wildlife, Worcestershire and the work of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust? If so, then we can help!

We can arrange a speaker for Worcestershire based groups whether you meet during the day or in the evenings. We can offer talks on the following topics for groups from 10 to over 100 people of all ages and levels of wildlife knowledge:

 

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust - Our Work and Reserves

Wildlife of Worcestershire

Garden Wildlife

Magnificent Meadows

The Secret Life of Garden Birds

 

Our talks last between 45 minutes and an hour to suit your group and cost £50 for 2017 dates, inclusive of travel expenses. For bookings and enquiries please contact Rae on rae@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org or 01905 754919.

Our Speakers

We have a team of speakers who can come out and deliver the talks listed above. Read on to find out more about who will be giving your talk.

Roger Pannell taught science, principally biology, in the Black Country for 35 years. He has been a Trust member for about 35 years and an active member of the Stourbridge Local Group Committee for most of that time. Throughout his career Roger enjoyed involving children in wildlife activities both formally and informally. He also has a particular interest in birds.

Richard Cory was born, bred and is still living in Wilden to the north of the county. He has been a member of the Trust for nearly 40 years and until recently he was the chairman of the Wyre Forest Local Group for 22 years. Like many, he was first introduced to wildlife through bird watching as a child but developed a love and wider interest of the living world, particularly the natural history of woodland and its management. His speciality is The Secret Life of Garden Birds.

Terry Green was an Animal Care Lecturer at Pershore College, specialising in wildlife topics for 16 years before retiring. He has given talks to a wide range of groups and his specialism is hedgehogs.

Sue Duffield is formerly a full time teacher but is now an Education and Development Officer at a museum. She is interest in all aspects of heritage including natural history and landscape. She is a member and volunteer with Worcestershire Wildlife Trust as well as support other wildlife charities in their work.