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Sat 5th June 2021
A talk from Michael McCarthy: The moth snowstorm, and the end of wildlife abundance in England
Event Type: Event for all

Join Michael McCarthy in the Grecian Hall for a fascinating talk on the moth snowstorm.

Michael McCarthy is one of Britain’s leading writers on the environment and the natural world, the former Environment Correspondent of The Times and the Environment Editor of The Independent.
As an author he has written Say Goodbye To The Cuckoo (2009), which is a study of Britain’s summer migrant birds, and The Moth Snowstorm – Nature and Joy (2015), which is about the human bond with nature. His latest book is The Consolation of Nature – Spring in The Time of Coronavirus, written with Jeremy Mynott and Peter Marren, and published last October.

Guests should arrive at 7pm for refreshments in the Grecian Hall, the talk will begin at 7.30pm with a Q&A to follow. Artist, Sarah Gillespie will also be a part of the Q&A session. Michael's book will also be available for purchase on the evening.

£12.00 per person, £10.00 for Friends of Castle Howard

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