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Birds, beaches and beach bums: adventures of marine biologists in unravelling the roles of birds on our shores

Birds, beaches and beach bums: adventures of marine biologists in unravelling the roles of birds on our shores

George and Margo will talk about the extraordinary roles that birds play on our shores and in our estuaries, as prey, predators and competitors, the profound influence that they can have on the ecology of these systems and the ways in which researchers (beach bums!) have gone about elucidating these ecological interactions and effects.

Birds that will feature include oystercatchers, gannets, pelicans, sacred ibis, gulls, cormorants and flamingos. The talk will be richly illustrated with George’s photographs.

George and Margo are offering their books to the Friends at a discounted price. If you are interested, you may contact them directly after the lecture.

BOOKING INFORMATION – HOW TO BOOK AND PAY FOR LECTURES

Booking will be through Webtickets. If you have not already registered with them, please do so to access MY TICKETS.

To directly access booking for Friends lectures, use this link:

https://www.webtickets.co.za/v2/event.aspx?itemid=1505510268

Step-by-step instructions for booking with Webtickets.

  1. Use the link above or select the Friends of Iziko SA Museum lecture and choose your ticket type. 
  2. For members to qualify for the reduced price, type in the code FRIENDS

3.   You will then have the option to donate to The Friends of Iziko SA Museum should

      you wish to do so.

4.   After this step, you are able to proceed to the payment page.

Once payment has been confirmed, you will receive the link to the lecture. The link can also be found by going to the ‘My Tickets’ page, ‘Choose Action’ – ‘View Ticket’

If you require assistance, you can visit the Webtickets outlet at any Pick n Pay store.

Once your booking has been confirmed, you will find the link to the lecture on your My Tickets page of your Webtickets profile.

Event Status:
Past Events
Date & Time:
31/08/2022
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Please be advised that the Castle of Good Hope will be closed to the public on Thursday, 8 February 2024.

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