An illustrated evening talk by Conservationist Rob Sheldon
Kazakhstan is one of the largest countries in the world and has a diverse landscape and varied habitats. From the vast steppes that run through the north and centre of the country, to the mountain ranges in the east, to the desert in the south and the coastline of the Caspian Sea. Each area has its own incredible assemblage of species, including the ancient Saiga Antelope, the ghostly Snow Leopard, and an array of specialist bird species. This talk will explore the biodiversity of this amazing country.