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Bears; their natural history and conservation 

Sat 30 May 2015 10.30 h - 15.30 h
Mammal Courses
Wildwood Trust   -   Website
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Activity Description:

Bears are possibly the most charismatic of all the carnivores and have come to be symbolic of the natural world. This course aims to give an insight into this unique family, covering their evolution, how they live, what they eat, how they are adapted to their habitats. Bear mythology and conservation will also be discussed. A part of the day will involve meeting Wildwood's own rescued brown bears and finding out their story.

£30 per person

Tutor: Suzanne Kynaston

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