L.O.S. Presentation - Friday 4th December

81 Degrees North - An Arctic Adventure
David Shallcross
A trip of a lifetime, David goes to Arctic Svalbard to see the amazing polar bears and enormous walrus, plus other specialist species of, birds, animals and flowers that are found there.

Friday 4th December sees L.O.S. Chairman Mr. David Shallcross give a talk about his recent trip to the Arctic region of Svalbard, in a presentation entitled "81 Degrees North - An Arctic Adventure.

David's show contains images of polar bears, walrus, seals, whales, reindeer, foxes and many bird species seen throughout his 16 day adventure of a lifetime.

We will see how the people past and present live, going to the edge of the pack ice just 500 miles from the North Pole, travelling down fjords and getting up close to Glacier fronts.

With hundreds of incredible photographs, this is truly one talk you don't want to miss. But please remember to wear something warm as the temperature is close to freezing, even in the summer!

So if you want to find out where Svalbard actually is, come along and join us in the Derby Room at Leigh Library this Friday (4th December). Doors open at 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start and everyone is welcome.


GeekTeacher said...

Wonderful photos David, and I know there'll be a lot more of them. Really looking forward to your talk.

David Shallcross said...

Yes i'm also looking forward to this, i have kept the photos under wraps till after LOS had a chance to see them all together.
Thanks with you extensive help with advertising the show.

Anonymous said...

This is one I have been waiting for! All being well I will be there.
Geoff Ward

GeekTeacher said...

Polar bears, walrus, Arctic foxes and lots of birds. Great presentation, very informative with fantastic photos and music. If you get a chance to see it somewhere else you must go.

David Shallcross said...

Thank you Martyn, it was a fabulous turn out from the group and non members, my thanks to Dave Wilson for his humbling vote of thanks and the many people who offered a handshake and positive comment at the end.

My thanks to you all for attending, contributing to a great evening, designed to raise funds for this marvelous club, committed to wildlife and nature conservation. Bless you all David

Anonymous said...

Thank you for a stunning presentation, one of the best I have seen, loved the Walrus's all the flowers, the scenery and of course the Polar Bears and birds superbly done, enjoyed it all, the talk, the information just everything, thanks David can you come again. Joan

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