Nov
Stories from the Field An online conservation lecture series from Bristol Zoological Society

We have moved our free Conservation Lecture series online.

UPCOMING LECTURES: 

More info coming soon!

Catch up with our previous Stories from the Field: 


Africa’s Wild Dogs, a Survival Story: how this endangered species is overcoming its challenges.
Jocelin Kagan

The gentle giants of Equatorial Guinea: conserving Monte Alén’s western lowland gorillas.
Dr Grainne McCabe.

They are what they eat: understanding the plight of the African penguin.>
Dr Ali Cotton.

Finding the forest spirits: the search for lemur leaf frogs in Costa Rica.
Dr Tim Bray.

How to care for a bleeding heart: Conservation effort in the Philippines.
Dr Daphne Kerhoas.

A Decade of Decapods: the quest to save our native crayfish from extinction.
Jen Nightinghale.

From blue-eyed lemurs to blue-eyed ibis: conserving the unique wildlife of northwestern Madagascar.
Dr Amanda Webber.
Find answers to some of the questions asked during this lecture here.

Save our bacon: Husbandry and conservation of the Critically Endangered Visayan warty pig in the Philippines
Shanika Ratnayake

Spotting giraffes in Northern Cameroon
Caspian Johnson

Brain-training in the Zoo: Linking Animal Cognition, Behaviour and Welfare
Dr Fay Clark

Horror Stories from the Field: Motley misadventures, mishaps, maladies and misfortunes
Dr Mark Abrahams

The Search for the Red Girl
Brian Zimmerman

The Secret Life of the Forest: How Bristol Zoological Society uses camera traps to save wildlife
Dr Mark Abrahams

The importance of local communities for a sustainable future for Amazonia
João Vitor Campos-Silva, President of Instituto Juruá

The Summit for Nature: Why it matters, and what you should know
Dr Simon Stuart, Executive Director of A Rocha

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