Join us for the 4th annual Panshanger Park Biodiversity Conference on Thursday 14th March at the University of Hertfordshire to hear updates on the wildlife recording that takes place in the park and how this is helping to conserve the park’s rich biodiversity.
The conference aims to bring together everyone who is interested in, or involved with, species monitoring in Panshanger Park.
There will also be opportunities to speak with those working to monitor and help protect the wildlife of the park.
1900 – Introduction from Enrique Moran Montero, Tarmac Restoration Manager, and Tim Hill, Conservation Manager at Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
1920 – An update on biodiversity monitoring including stripe-winged grasshoppers at Panshanger Park Ian Carle, Hertfordshire Environmental Records Centre Manager
1940 – Panshanger Park – an award-winning restoration project Enrique Moran Montero, Tarmac Restoration Manager
2000 – BREAK
2030 – Bats of Panshanger Park over the years Jenny Jones, Vice-chair, Hertfordshire & Middlesex Bat Group
2050 – Raptors – balancing habitat refuges with people engagement Murray Brown, Assistant Countryside Ranger, Maydencroft Ltd
2110 – Round-up, discussion and questions to speakers
2130 – End
The Biodiversity Conference is free to attend but booking is essential due to limited spaces.
Book your free tickets here: https://herts.wildlifetrustsevents.org/panshanger-park-biodiversity-conference-