28 Jun (Sat): Filming Eagles with Simon Cherriman

Excited about eagles? Curious about making wildlife documentaries? Come meet Simon Cherriman, an enthusiastic Australian biologist who is in Singapore to film eagles.
He has been studying wedge-tailed eagles for many years, climbing trees to watch them since he was a young boy. He is a blogger, nature guide, researcher (recently satellite tracking eagles), film maker, environmental consultant, and children's educator. He's also a fantastic human being. His efforts led to him being awarded the Australian Geographic Young Conservationist of the Year in 2010. At this session, we will screen Simon's short film about wedged-tailed eagles in Australia, and follow with an open Q&A session with Simon.

All are welcome!

The event is free but pre-registration is required so we can notify you if there are any changes to the event. Register online here.

This event is brought to you by the Bird Group, Nature Society (Singapore).

Time: 5.00 - 6.30pm
Venue: Level 1, Conference Room, Tanglin Block, Tanglin International Centre, 354 Tanglin Road S(247672)
Simon's website: www.simoncherriman.com
Contact: Natalia at natalia@ecologymatters.com.sg