Costa Rica Wildlife – A Zoom Presentation by Julian Cremona.

All proceeds raised from this Zoom talk will go to The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.

Will the colouful Toucan feature in the presentation? Sign up to find out!                 Pixabay M Cruppe

Will the colouful Toucan feature in the presentation? Sign up to find out! Pixabay M Cruppe

Join our WTSWW Mid-Pembrokeshire Local Group, Tenby & District Camera Club and Paul Deverson Photography for an exciting evening discovering the wildlfie of Costa Rica!

When: Thursday 5th November

Time: 7.30pm

Cost: £5 donation (paid through PayPal to treasurer.tenbycameraclub@gmail.com) other paument options below.

Julian Cremona is a well-travelled, knowledgeable and entertaining speaker and a skillful photographer. He has kindly agreed to present his talk ‘Costa Rica Wildlife’ to Tenby and District Camera Club and help them raise funds for The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.

The fundraising is supported by Paul Deverson Photography who has kindly sponsored the event.

Julian says,  Costa Rica, a tiny central American country, holds over 2% of the world’s biodiversity. Cloud Forest in the highlands of more than 3000 meters, along with habitats like the coast, rainforest, marshland and rivers gives rise to this huge variety of life. Birds dominate the larger creatures and night walks reveal species you might like to forget such a snakes and arachnids, replaced by day with spectacular butterflies. He hopes that the range of photos shown will give a sense of the incredible biodiversity as well as the places and culture of the country.

To reserve a place for this talk a £5 donation (or greater if you can) should be paid through PayPal to treasurer.tenbycameraclub@gmail.com  along with your e-mail to which the zoom link will be sent. PayPal is the preferred method though should you wish to pay by BACS please e-mail Bob Lineker at rj.lineker@gmail.com for further advice. All money raised will go directly to The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW).

Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please join us for this informative and enjoyable look at Costa Rica and its wildlife and help raise funds to preserve the biodiversity of our own corner of the world.