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Peter Lovett talks
Wildlife and historical talks
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My aim is to produce talks which are interesting and enjoyable for all audiences.
Many hours of preparation; a lot of time in the field; an interest in photography and professional presentations; specialist interest groups; books and the Internet all support me in achieving this aim.
Numerous good people have helped me to find and identify species and their knowledge is shared in the talks. The UK is full of varied habitats and a rich history that never cease to fascinate the curious observer.
For details of historical talks, please go to the talks page
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Invasions of England as revealed in the English language
The bloody history of the Adur valley and seven 1,000 years old churches.
My cameras function as notebooks, magnifying glass and a telescope, seeing things that would otherwise escape the naked eye.
Talks cover subjects including birds, reptiles, mammals, native orchids, spiders, butterflies and other insects of Sussex, Surrey and Kent
Easy to follow talks
To assist the hard of hearing, nature pictures are labelled with the subject name, location and date.
Animation is integral to these talks, which requires my own PC and new powerful video projector.
A screen and extension cable is also available.
Garden bumblebee, Bombus hortorum
|Bloody history of the Adur valley & seven churches|
|American revoutionary war|
|The influence of invasions on the English language|
|Twenty seven of our native orchids in their natural settings|
|Spiders: fascinating and worthy of a closer look|
|The extraordinary lives of wild bees|
|Dragonflies & Damselflies|
|Microbiology in our everyday lives|
|Butterflies and moths|
|Evolution of a formal garden to a nature reserve|