Unknown Wales Conference 2013

Date/Time
Date(s) - 26 Oct 2013
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Location
National Museum of Wales

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Unknown Wales posterDATE: Saturday 26th October 2013

TIME: 10:00am- 3:30pm

VENUE: The National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

PRICE: Free

BOOKING INFORMATION: Call 01656 724100 or email us to book your place, leaving contact details and the number of places you would like to reserve. 

DESCRIPTION: The Unknown Wales Conference is an opportunity to explore our wonderful Welsh wildlife, from the latest breakthroughs in scientific research to habitat management for species.

With a fantastic programme of talks, from expert speakers talking on a range of subjects from seaweeds to red squirrels, it’s sure to be a great day for all wildlife enthusiasts. 

 

Bug hunt

Example of photo competition entry- Conservation in Action ‘Inspiring the Younger Generation’

This year, in conjunction with the Conference, we invite you to enter a photography competition to celebrate the many different ways in which conservation takes place in Wales, which could be anything from litter picking to pond creation.

* The challenge is to produce a photograph that illustrates ‘Conservation in Action’ in Wales. Please include a title and a short explanation (150 words maximum) of the conservation work taking place in the photograph.

* Entries will be assessed on presentation, quality, originality, and the message they convey.

* Shortlisted entries will be on display in the museum on the day of the conference and the winner will be announced during the day by our celebrity guest.

* This competition is open to all and entry is free. 

The prize is two day tickets to Skomer Island and the winning entry will be displayed in the Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor’s Centre

Extended Deadline: 6th October 2013

Include your name, email address and where the photo was taken on entries.

Please send as a file of less than 5mb to Rose or as an 8×12 inch print to:

Unknown Wales Photography Competition

c/0 Deborah Spillards
Department of Biodiversity
National Museum Wales
Cathays Park,
Cardiff