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Apr 25, 2014

Native Species Research Chapter Released


The Native Species Working Group have completed a brand new chapter on how to conduct native species research on zoo sites for the BIAZA Research Handbook.

This specialist chapter aims to address the importance of native species research, typical planning for ecological research in a zoo, training, data analysis, translating results into effective site information and ultimately achieving objectives.

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