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Jul 30, 2015

BIAZA Conservation Conference - booking open!

The Field Programmes Committee are hosting a Conservation Conference at Bristol Zoo on 7-8 December. 

Booking is now open for the 2015 Conservation Conference!

This conference will have the theme: "Collaborating for Conservation" and will provide an opportunity for staff involved in all aspects of field conservation to come together to share ideas and experiences.  The conference will also be attended by a number of representatives from invited conservation partners; organisations which already work with BIAZA collections and who can provide opportunities and advice for new collaborations and projects.

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