Free talk from University expert on Indian snakes

The co-founder of IndianSnakes, an organisation to conserve and better understand snakes, will give a talk at the University’s Canterbury campus on Thursday 13 June.

Shaleen Attre, a masters student in the University’s School of Anthropology and Conservation and a senior project co-ordinator for IndianSnakes, will give the lecture entitled IndianSnakes: mitigating the biggest human-wildlife conflict.

The talk, which is free and open to all, will take place in the Templeman Lecture Theatre from 18.00-19.00. Free parking is available from 17.00.

The talk is the latest in a monthly series of talks to focus on the work of experts in the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) on many of the world’s rarest and most endangered species, including Bermudan lizards, tigers and turtles.

Previous talks are available here: