Incredible Creatures Feature at New Scientist Live

We are headlining the Earth Zone at New Scientist Live 2019! Our inspiring, multi-sensory experience will showcase our members’ exceptional photography and research to the public.

Toco toucan looking back (c) Mark Tatchell and BES

Incredible Creatures: every animal has a story to tell…

New Scientist Live welcomed 40,000 visitors in 2018, and this year will include 8,000 school students being invited to experience the wonders of science between October 10 – 13!

Within our giant 120m2 Incredible Creatures exhibition, visitors will be transported into tangled jungle, deep beneath ocean waves, and into the darkest night where creatures prowl.

They will gaze at dramatic images of the most spectacular wildlife we share our world with, all surrounded by wild sound recordings and even odours.

Within this immersive experience, visitors will also meet ecologists working to uncover the secret lives of animals, and discover how we can all help to solve the biggest challenges facing our natural world.

Learn more about New Scientist Live on their website.

 

Get involved: we want to share you stories!

Wildlife photographer? Fieldwork selfie-taker? Smartphone filmmaker? To give our visitors insights into the secret lives of animals (and the ecologists that work on them) we will be teaming up with the New Scientist Live team to share your stories online and beyond! We want facts, photos, videos, blogs and more celebrating the Incredible Creatures you work with, why it’s so important to study ecology, and your advice on how to become an ecologist!

Please email georgina@britishecologicalsociety.org to get involved!

 

You can also share your #IncredibleCreatures stories, photos and videos with @BritishEcolSoc on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook!