Ecology at Dorset County Council, Poole

16 November, 2017 | 18:00 - 20:00

Venue address:

RNLI Lifeboat College
West Quay Road
Poole
BH15 1HZ
United Kingdom
Road damage from tunnelling badgers
Road damage from tunnelling badgers

About this event

This talk will focus on examples of the work of the Dorset County Council Ecology team. We answer queries on anything to do with ecology across Dorset; from bats to water voles, invasive weeds to badgers.

Dr Annabel King has worked as an ecologist for much of the last 20 years, interspersed with having two children and a brief spell running a catering company. She has been at Dorset County Council since 2004 and has also worked for the National Trust and the Farming and Rural Conservation Agency. She is particularly interested in chalk downland, and has spent many years involved in butterfly ecology and conservation.

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Speaker

Dr Annabel King

Dr Annabel King has worked as an ecologist for much of the last 20 years, interspersed with having two children and a brief spell running a catering company. She has been at Dorset County Council since 2004 and has also worked for the National Trust and the Farming and Rural Conservation Agency. She is particularly interested in chalk downland, and has spent many years involved in butterfly ecology and conservation.

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