Birds, Mammals and Butterflies of Borneo – Talk + Q&A

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Talk and Q&A Session with the accomplished wildlife authors and photographers, Quentin and Honor Phillipps.

The Bornean rainforest has the highest diversity of plant and insect life in the world. Quentin will talk on ‘Hornbills, Orangutans and Elephants’. He will also offer guidance on how to maximise the wildlife viewing on a visit to this large tropical island. Borneo is home to around 1,000 species of butterfly ranging from the spectacular Birdwings with a wingspan of up to 18cm to the dainty Blues. Honor’s talk will be an introduction to the butterflies of Borneo and will look at representatives of each of the six Bornean families, with a focus on the most visible species.

Doors open at 6.30pm. Open to all. FREE admission sponsored by John Beaufoy Publishing & Jetwing Safari Camp Yala.

Part of regular talks organised by London Bird Club (sub-section of the London Natural History Society).

https://lnhs.org.uk/

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