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Jul 29, 2015

Booking now open for National Aquarium Conference 2015

The National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham will be hosting this year's NAC between 27-28 November.

Delegates who attend the day before on the 26th November will be able to take part in local conservation work conducted by the Canal and River Trust (https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/) as well as contribute to a research project looking at estimating animal size and weight.  The ice breaker event will also be held on the evening of November 26.

The programme over the two days will include a mixture of oral and poster presentations, and we welcome abstract submissions from aquarium/zoo staff, students and academic researchers, on all types of zoo and aquarium husbandry, displays, research, guest interaction and conservation.

For more information and booking details click here

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