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(Members Only) Virtual Meeting – Birds of the Gambia and Senegal
Friday, February 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY)
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Locked together in an eternal grip on Africa’s west coast, the unassuming nations of The Gambia and Senegal are located in a transition zone between the dry north and the humid south and host a wonderful array of bird life. Justin Peter has visited this region multiple times and will share his insights on the bird life he has gone to pursue, and the natural history he discovered once he got there and began exploring.
Justin is a well-known birder and lifelong naturalist who regularly leads walks and give talks. He is former Senior Park Naturalist at Algonquin Park and is now Director of Quest Nature Tours, Canada’s longest-serving natural history tour company. He loves exploring new areas and creating new learning opportunities.