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Annual Conversazione: Cambridge’s oldest celebration of citizen science!
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The Society’s 98th Conversazione: Cambridge’s oldest celebration of citizen science!
The event, showcasing the environment and wildlife of Cambridgeshire and further afield, will be held in the Elementary Laboratory in Cambridge University’s Zoology Department.
We invite anyone (member or not) to consider exhibiting. Exhibits might include specimens (living or dead) – things people can handle always seem to be popular – or displays about any aspect of local natural history. Or perhaps you are a member of a local group which might like to have an exhibit about its activities? Past programmes, available on our website, give an idea of the wide variety of exhibits, and there is also a history of the Conversazione, written in 1989 for the 70th event. For information or to book exhibition space please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact the Conversazione organisers via http://www.cnhs.org.uk/.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.
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