The Tenth Annual William Condry Memorial Lecture
Nature in Mid-Wales
by Iolo Williams
MOMA Wales The Tabernacle, Machynlleth
Saturday 13th October, 2018
Doors open 7pm
Supporting programme. Lecture begins at approximately 7.45pm
Tickets: £5.00 on the door, booking not essential, refreshments included
Iolo Williams is the best known media commentator on nature in Wales, and has presented many nature programmes and series on television and radio, as well as publishing several books. He was a fieldworker for the RSPB before his media career took off, working mainly on Y Berwyn, close to his childhood home in Llanwddyn.
A knowledgeable and engaging speaker, he will be talking in this tenth annual Condry Memorial Lecture on Welsh wildlife between the Dwyryd and the Teifi – on its variety, its present status, threats to it, how best to protect against these, and evidence for changes to its populations and their significance.
Iolo will be available after the lecture to answer questions from the audience, and to sign books.
This is an English language event, though Iolo will be happy to answer questions in Welsh afterwards.