More than 80 attendees gathered at the University of Kent campus at Canterbury for this year’s Conference, held jointly by Kent Field Club and Kent and Medway Biological Records Centre.
The subjects of the talks included the value of biodiversity in archaeology, new conservation projects, as well as aspects of the biology and surveying of insects, bats, birds and fish. A great deal of networking was also done in the breaks and at lunch. Our thanks go to Gary Robinson of UKC for arranging the venue and the facilities on the day.
Text and Photo supplied by Simon Springate.