Galapagos Talk by Tui De Roy | July 13th, 2012

Galapagos: The Inside Story 

by Tui De Roy

5:30pm, 20th August 2012
Turnbull House (opposite Beehive), Bowen St, Wellington

We’re deliTui De Royghted to invite you to an abundantly illustrated slideshow on the half-century battle to preserve Galapagos, told by world-renown wildlife photographer Tui De Roy.
Tui arrived in Galapagos at the age of 2 and grew up and developed her art there. Her perspective is unique as she was there before the arrival of the Galapagos National Park or the Charles Darwin Foundation. Tui moved to New Zealand some 20 years ago and is Patron of Friends of Galapagos New Zealand.

The talk is being sponsored by one of our corporate members, Christchurch -based Wild Earth Travel. This event is open to the public so please bring along your friends & family. Doors open at 5:30pm for a 6pm start. Download the flyer below

Galapagos: The Inside Story, Public Talk by Tui De Roy (176.3 KiB, 566 hits)


Drinks and refreshments provided. Please RSVP to or phone 07 575 3662.

The talk will be preceeded by FOGNZ’s AGM at 5pm. We would love to see you there, and particularly urge ALL Wellington members to attend the AGM so that we can get a quorum.