25th October 2005
TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
with a sense of adventure and a love of the outdoors are being invited to a
talk at the
project Biosearch Expeditions has just returned to the
Project Director Peter Overton, who has explored this remote area for many years, is now assembling the teams for March and August 2006.
“This has been one of our most successful expeditions”, said Peter. “The team has worked really well alongside the game scouts in the wilderness and have come back on a real high.
“We are working alongside Malawians to discover the wildlife of their largest and most remote National Park, extending to over 3000 square kilometres. Anyone can join one of our teams provided they are in good health, aged over 18 and have a passion to live in the wilderness, explore and record.”
help of Biosearch the Department of National Parks and Wildlife in
The stunning mountain terrain and beauty of the varied habitats, stretching over an altitude range of 2000m, make this unique area great for exploration and wildlife studies.
the public, university staff and students are invited to an illustrated talk about the exploration and conservation work in
For more information on Biosearch Expeditions please go to www.biosearch.org.uk.
For more information contact:
Kate Strawson, Assistant Press Officer
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