Wildlife Markets EWT celebrate the continent’s largest African Wild Dog reintroduction
Photo Credit: Endangered Wildlife Trust

The Endangered Wildlife Trust has their second week of “Wild Chats” all lined-up and this is how you can join in the engaging educational chats.

 

South Africa (09 April 2020) – The Endangered Wildlife Trust is hosting Wild Chats to provide meaningful entertainment to anyone wanting to learn more about conservation. The trust has invited specialists in their fields to discuss topics such as frogs, scent trained dogs, wild dogs and South Africa’s big cats.

Starting next Tuesday, the next batch of Wild Chats is set to take place. If you missed the chats this week, you will want to join in next time.

On Tuesday the 14th of April, you can learn all about frogs. Wednesday the 15th of April is all about the big cats of Africa and Thursday the 16th is all about the fascinating Wild Dogs. You can see the exact details below. The link to the chats is shared via their newsletter the day before so you will need to sign up to the newsletter to join.

The talks are live-streamed and are suitable for all ages but they do specify for each talk. Those who tune in are able to engage with the speaker and get the chance to ask questions related to the content. You can find out more about future wild chats here or by joining their newsletter.

If you miss the live wild chats, you can catch up via their YouTube channel too. Which of next week’s talks are you most excited about?


Sources: Endangered Wildlife Trust
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