The Lynx and Us
Presented by Dr David Hetherington
Unlike wolves and bears that weaved their way into our childhood consciousness, the Eurasian lynx is largely unknown to us. What do these secretive ambush hunters look like? What do they eat? How do they live? And how do they get on with people?
As this enigmatic predator recovers lost ground across Europe, Dr David Hetherington explores, with the help of Laurent Geslin’s stunning photographs, its various interactions with humans. He then examines what this means for Scotland, where there is a growing discussion about reintroducing Europe’s largest cat.
Date: Monday 17th September
Venue: Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Campus, AB10 7GJ
Cost: £4, £3 concession