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Jun 5, 2014

Bill Oddie Designing to Engage

Wildlife champion and TV presenter, Bill Oddie, will be joining zoos and aquariums across the UK and Ireland to discuss how they engage their visitors with the natural world.

The 2014 BIAZA Annual Conference, this year hosted by the Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster, will see more than 100 members of the British and Irish zoo and aquarium community come together to discuss the theme ‘Designing to Engage.’

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