Neotropical Primate Conservation with Joy Roberts-Chapple.

Whilst monkeys may be the flagship species of Neotropical Primate Conservation’s work, what they do doesn’t only benefit primates. They also focus on conserving a thriving ecosystem in which those primates can live, which means including all the other species of plants and animals that call the rainforest their home. Joy’s fascinating talk will give more details about their work, and explain how they work with local communities - as conservation starts with people.

Talks are approx. 1 hour long, with time for questions. Limited space available, please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

As there is a cost involved in putting on the Learning Lunchtime talks, donations to the Forest of Marston Vale are much appreciated. There will be a collection bucket in the room or you can click here to donate online if you'd prefer. Parking charges also apply. Friends of the Forest get free parking all year round* at the Forest Centre - click here for more information.


If you're interested in the Millennium Country Park, we run events like talks, family activities and guided nature walks throughout the year. Click here to view our upcoming events.

For more information email us or call 01234 767037