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    Posted: 02 Sep 2003 at 6:01pm

The East Anglia HGBI Regional Meeting

is being hosted by the Essex Amphibian and Reptile Group and will be taking place on the 25th October 2003. The regional meeting has a general theme of herpetofauna conservation in the region (only three GCN talks). Photographic Exhibitions and displays will be within the foyer of the civic centre.

The meeting is going to be held at the Civic centre, Victoria Ave, Southend on Sea to 17.30pm. Ticket price will be 6.00 which will include a buffet lunch teas and coffee.

Talks include -

'Great Crested newts conservation at the landscape' level, 'The path to a successful prosecution'(recent GCN case in Essex), 'The status of Adders and Slowworms in England', 'The Adders of Thetford Forest', European water frogs in East Anglia(tbc), Law Enforcement for Herp conservation', The Status of Palmate newts in East Anglia' 500,000 Years of herpetofauna in East Anglia' and Eye to Eye with the Chameleons of Madagascar'.

Tickets can be bought in advance from the EARG, Ray Cranfield , 47 Wedgwood way Ashingdon, Essex, SS4 3AS.

please email for tickets, a full programme and directions.


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