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Education Projects

Your Education Projects archive

This archive contains just a few of the many projects supported by BIAZA members every year. Many of these projects are BIAZA annual award winners and commendations.  

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Dec 5, 2013

This project aimed to incorporate the local community into developing a unique interpretation provision at Brent Lodge Park. 

Dec 5, 2013

In August 2012, Belfast Zoo officially opened a new interactive and educational exhibit called ‘red squirrel nook’, the first captive breeding programme for red squirrels in Northern Ireland.

Dec 5, 2013

Bristol Community Plant Collection was set up as a pilot project to grow Calendula (Pot Marigold) in the first dispersed plant collection of its kind.

Dec 5, 2013

Girlguiding UK has over half a million members with a very active contingent in the Midlands. As Twycross didn’t offer something specific for this group this seemed like an ideal opportunity to expand the zoos educational programme.

Dec 5, 2013

Roots & Shoots comes to Twycross Zoo is a collaborative project between Twycross Zoo and the Roots & Shoots branch of the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI).

Dec 5, 2013

Conservation educators are continually trying to find new and exciting ways to bridge the distance between their audience and in-situ conservation issues and field projects.

Dec 5, 2013

North Luangwa Conservation Programme’s (NLCP) Conservation Education Programme (known as “Lolesha Luangwa”) reaches 22 schools in three zones around the North Luangwa National Park in Zambia.

Aug 16, 2013

Establishing a community volunteer programme for adults and children with special educational needs

Aug 16, 2013
Galway Atlantiquaria's Marine Month of Madness With the Atlantic ocean at its doorstep
Aug 16, 2013
Bristol Zoo respects sustainable fishing and marine conservation

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