Galloway Glens Landscape Partnership and the Wild Goose Festival proudly presents this unique evening of science and story, featuring talks from Dr Larry Griffin and Professor Brian Huntley plus performances from the Story-Weavers of Moat Brae.
The Gulf Stream is believed by scientists to be weakening and could soon reach a tipping point; many geese depend on the snow and frost-free habitats that this ocean current creates during the winter. What is causing this weakening, and how can we help avoid this looming tragedy?
Dr Larry Griffin is a freelance ecologist working in the D&G region and internationally for over 20 years. Professor Brian Huntley is an Emeritus Professor in Biosciences at the University of Durham.
Licensed bar available.