Bristol Zoological Society’s 10th Annual Symposium

Madagascar

Past & Future Conservation

Bristol Zoological Society is celebrating the 10th Annual Symposium by looking at past and future conservation in Madagascar.

Details

  • The Clifton Pavilion
  • Bristol Zoo Gardens
  • Wednesday 21st Feb 2018
  • 9.45am – 6.30pm
  • Fees*: £75/person (£45/student)

*Includes entry to Bristol Zoo Gardens, coffee/tea breaks and buffet lunch & reception drinks/nibbles

Registration: BZS Symposium 2018 Registration Form (Word doc)

Click here for details about the BZS Symposium 2018 (pdf)

For further information please contact research@bristolzoo.org.uk

 

Previous Bristol Zoological Society’s Annual Symposia

The little things that run the earth: Why we need invertebrates and why they need us (2017)

Bristol Zoological Society has selected Invertebrate Conservation as the topic for the next Annual Research Symposium.  Invertebrate species are of immense ecological importance but typically receive far less attention than charismatic mega-fauna.  Join us to explore why invertebrate conservation is of vital importance and how different conservation measures can help to save these important animals. Click here for details

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