AES Invertebrate Conservation Conference 2014 report

Our first invertebrate conservation conference, chaired by Humphrey
Crick, Principal Specialist in Conservation Ecology at Natural
England, was held on October 31st at Charles Darwin House, London, and
was a huge success, with every seat booked.

Most notable was the diverse mix of delegates with representatives
from wildlife trusts, the RSPB, the Natural History Museum, and local
authorities together with a number of amateurs from the AES, BES and
BENHS. The atmosphere…

Source: Amateur Entomologists’ Society (News)

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