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Mar 21, 2014

BIAZA Conservation Grant up for grabs!

Applications are invited  for the £5000 BIAZA Conservation Grant!

The 2014 BIAZA Conservation Grant of £5000 is open to staff of BIAZA member zoo and aquariums. This can include a partnership between a BIAZA member and another institution but the submission must come from a BIAZA member. Each application will be judged on its merits. The work must be based in the field, i.e. projects that solely concern captive animals will not be considered. There is no restriction as to geographical area, i.e. can be in Britain, Ireland or further afield.  Closing date for applications is 28th April 2014.

For further details and an application form for the 2014 Conservation Grant, click here.

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