A talk by Stephen Powles “Going Under Ground - The Cave Elephants of Mt Elgon
Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano straddling the Kenya/Uganda border, is home to a unique population of elephants. Consuming a montane vegetation made low in minerals by the leaching effect of heavy rainfall, elephants travel up to 150m into the mountain to “mine” the mineral rich volcanic rock. The talk will also explore the wider natural and cultural history of the mountain and the fascinating theories as to how the caves might have been formed.
Wednesday, 28th September 2022 at 7:30pm
The Kenn Centre, 3 Exeter Rd, Kennford, Exeter EX6 7TW
The talks will also be run online via Zoom, so there are tickets available for The Kenn Centre and for Zoom.
Members: £2.50 Non Members: £4.00
Please book your space through Eventbrite
As usual, all profits will go towards the running of our talks, the Harvest Mouse Project, the Small Grants Scheme and maintaining equipment for members to borrow.
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