Saving threatened habitats worldwide

Mark Carwardine on the Trail of the Whale

Mark Carwardine
Date and Time: 
21 October 2016, 7.30pm
Venue: 
The Cut, Halesworth
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In this highly entertaining and thought provoking talk, World Land Trust (WLT) Council member Mark Carwardine shares his life-long passion for whales and dolphins while chatting about his never-ending quest for the perfect photograph.

Join him for tales of friendly Grey Whales in Baja California, gargantuan Blue Whales in Iceland, bubble-netting Humpback Whales in Southeast Alaska, Narwhal in Arctic Canada, Amazon River Dolphins in Brazil, and many more of the world’s most mysterious and remarkable creatures.

About Mark

Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, an active and outspoken conservationist, an award-winning writer, a TV and radio presenter, a widely published wildlife photographer, and a magazine columnist.

He has co-presented two BBC TV series (Last Chance to See, with Stephen Fry, in 2009, and The Museum of Life, in 2010) as well as several one-hour shows for the BBC. He also presented BBC Radio 4’s weekly half-hour programme, Nature, for many years.

He has written more than 50 books, including several bestsellers, is a Contributing Editor of Wanderlust magazine and writes a provocative conservation column in BBC Wildlife magazine. He was Chairman of the Judging Panel of the prestigious Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition for seven years (2005-2011) and co-founded several wildlife tour companies, including Wild Oceans, Discover the World and Ocean Wanderers.

Mark is a member of WLT's Council, and co-founded WLT’s Green Ink project.

More information

For more information about Mark, visit his website. To buy tickets for this event (£13.50 each), visit the Halesworth Arts Festival website

This is a fundraising event for WLT.

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