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Discovering the Ecology of Urban Gardens
Discovering the Ecology of Urban Gardens

Sat, 27 May

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London

Discovering the Ecology of Urban Gardens

Every individual leaves an ecological trace, connected to the wider ecosystem. Join our ecologist-in-residence Kiran Lee to discover the ecology of urban gardens.

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Time & Location

27 May 2023, 16:00 – 17:00

London, Townsend Yard, London N6 5JF, UK

About the event

Kiran is a naturalist with a passion for understanding nature. He has previously volunteered at the Natural History Museum, London Zoo and London Wildlife Trust. Kiran is currently a PhD student with the Seychelles Warbler Project using genomics (entire DNA sequences of individuals) to understand the ecology and evolution of island-endemic Seychelles warblers, which had nearly gone extinct in the 1960s. Key influences are his mother, a keen gardener and grandmother, both botanist and biology teacher. He also aims to improve diversity and accessibility in science and in natural spaces. His research can be found on GitHub.

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