KWACS Programme

Talks & Events 2018/19

Our meetings are held in St Mary’s Church, Kirtlington, on Wednesdays at 7.45pm.

Admission is free to members, £2 for non-members.

Where Have All Our Insects Gone?
Wednesday October 3rd
A talk by Dr Nick Isaac from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford

Urban Wildlife:  Friends, Foes and Victims
Wednesday November 7th
A talk by Dr Phil Baker from University of Reading

Rewilding Britain:  Opportunity or Distraction?

Wednesday December 5th
A talk by Dr Mark-Stanley Price from WildCRU, University of Oxford

(Postponed to March – see below)

Members’ Meeting
Wednesday January 9th
Two talks from KWACS members

30 Years of Meline Mischief:  Climate Change and the Wytham Badgers
Wednesday February 6th
A talk by Julius Bright Ross from WildCRU, University of Oxford

Rewilding Britain:  Opportunity or Distraction?

Wednesday March 13th (Note the second Wednesday of the month, not the first)

A talk by Dr Mark-Stanley Price from WildCRU, University of Oxford

(This was to be our December talk which had to be re-scheduled due to a power failure so Chris Mason’s talk on Cuckoos will happen in October)

Dung Beetles

Wednesday April 3rd (Note start time for AGM at 7.30pm)

A talk by Darren Mann from the Natural History Museum, University of Oxford

Look out for our colourful posters around the village publicising each talk. Here is a small gallery of examples of previous talks:

Previous Programmes

2017/18

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

2013/14

2012/13