12 November, 2013 | Linnean Society London
This is a fundrasing event.
Orangutan Foundation trustee Dr John MacKinnon has been a pioneer within the world of wild orangutan research. He embarked upon his orangutan studies in 1968 and has played a pivotal role in conservation in Asia. He has written and co-authored books (In Search of the Red Ape; A Field Guide to the Birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java and Bali) and has recieved awards for his lifetime services to conservation.
On the 12th of November, Dr MacKinnon will be focusing on the continuing legacy and relevance of Wallace today. This evening in November will give vital insight into Wallace's work within such fields as island biogeography, climate change, conservation and his favourite species - the orangutan and its luxuriant home on Borneo. Ticket price includes wine and there will also be a raffle.
£20 per ticket - funds to raise money for a camera trap for use in Pondok Ambung Tropical Forest Research Station (Central Kalimantan, Indonesia).
5 for the price of 4!! GROUP OFFER ; If you book and pay for four tickets online, and ring or email the office confirming that you have done so, we'll book you an extra seat for free! Drop us a line and book a fantastic evening for five friends on a night for conservation.
Society of Biology member discount : Half price for all members! Please pay via donation of £10 here and in description / order details write "For Ticket 12.11.13" . Please include your Society of Biology Membership number in the details of your order so we can check this against your name. If you prefer you can order over the phone by calling the office on 020 7724 2912.
Delivery ; No paper ticket is required as all names will be placed on a guestlist. Please select 'ticket' delivery to by charged zero postage for this transaction.