Chris Salisbury at Stanfords Bookshop, London

Stanfords 7 Mercer Walk, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9FA, June 9, 2021 6:30 pm

Take a walk on the wild side with the first nature guide to focus exclusively on exploring the night! Author of Wild Nights Out, Chris Salisbury will give you a glimpse of all the fun activities you can do outdoors after the sun goes down. From learning how to call for owls and tuning your senses to the dark to going on night walks and telling stories by the campfire, you’ll be rearing to explore your local surroundings after dark! Click here to buy tickets before they run out.


Nighttime Adventure at Walthamstow Wetlands

Walthamstow Wetlands, 2 Forest Road, London N17 9NH, June 10, 2021 8:45 pm

Join Chris Salisbury, outdoor educator and author of new book Wild Nights Out, for an unforgettable evening bat walk and nighttime nature adventure around Walthamstow Wetlands. In an urban world where streets are lit 24 hours a day, we often forget that nature has so much to offer at night. Chris will help attendees become more comfortable with nighttime explorations, showing what animals you can spot, how to navigate the dark safely while expanding your senses, and he will share fun nighttime games and activities, which you can take with you on your next nocturnal excursion.

Chris’s new book Wild Nights Out will be available for purchase on the night.

Meeting at the Walthamstow Wetlands carpark, a member of staff will be on the gate. This walk is open to 8+ years only (accompanied by an adult) and is approx a 1.5 mile loop. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather. Bat detectors will be provided, but you’re welcome to bring your own if you have one! This event will be held in line with current Covid-19 Government guidelines including social distancing.

This event is free but donations are welcome. Booking is essential as places are limited. Click to here book your spot.


Farming for the future #4: Defending Beef

Online, June 29, 2021 6:00 pm

At a time when plant-based meat is all the rage and livestock production is viewed as environmentally-destructive, author and rancher Nicolette Hahn Niman argues that cattle are not inherently harmful to the earth. The impact of grazing can be either negative or positive, depending on how livestock are managed. In this event Nicolette will elaborate on how grass-based, smaller-scale farms can and should become the basis of modern-day food production.