Date 11th February 2021
Time 6:30pm for 7pm to 8pm (South Africa) Note that you are welcome to log in from 6:30pm for a social discussion with colleagues from around the world. The lecture begins at 7pm until 8pm. There is time allocated for questions.
Location Zoom (Online)
Cost This is a free event open to everyone.
Details It has never been more important to understand the world around us. Bite Me! Leverages our perceptions of medically important spiders and their bites to demonstrate how we have become disconnected from the current requirements of our time, Best selling author, international speaker and award winning conservationist, Jonathan Leeming will guide participants through an entertaining and unique exploration of medically important spiders, answering the question… How spiders can help us overcome the challenges of our time.
Note that this presentation is suitable for children.
Registrations This is a free event online event and everyone is welcome to register. This lecture is part of the Leadership For conservation in Africa's Unlocking Nature events. Select the Registrations link below, enter you First Name, Surname and Email Address and you will receive confirmation by email.
Leadership For Conservation In Africa
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Jonathan Leeming is author of 9 books (Scorpions of southern Africa, Scorpions of Sabi Sands, Spider & Scorpion Risk Assessment, Venomous Animal General Awareness, Risk Assessment & First Aid, Antivenom Management, General Awareness, First Aid Guide To Spider Bites & Scorpion Stings).
He consults for the Poison Information Helpline. Steve Biko Academic Hospital. Swaziland Antivenom Foundation, and various other organisations, and speaks at medical conferences on the subject of envenomation. Best selling author, professional speaker and conservationist, Jonathan brings a fresh and unique insight into the subject of venomous animals and their bites and stings.