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Caimans, Capuchins and Conservation in Costa Rica

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Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG) is pleased to welcome back 'Sophie Hull' as the first guest speaker of the 'new season'.

Sophie's presentation on 'Caimans, Capuchins and Conservation in Costa Rica' will take place in the Main Hall of the Barbour Institute on 16 September at 7.30pm.

Many of you will have attended Sophie's talk last year relating to her experiences at the Madras Herpetology Centre. Based on that, then we are likely to enjoy another excellent evening hearing about her habitat conservation course in the rainforests of Costa Rica.

Sophie has just graduated from the University of Sheffield with a BSc in Biology and she is about to begin her Masters Degree at Imperial College, London, later this month.

We look forward to seeing you on the 16 September.

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