BIAZA Regional Education Meeting: Far North

8 May 2017
Blair Drummond Safari Park
Open to all zoo educators

This meeting will run from 10.00 - 15.30 and will be a fun and informal networking opportunity for zoo educators in our Scottish collections.  Those attending will be asked to provide a brief update of relevant recent activities at your own collection, and there will be time for discussion on any useful topics which crop up as well as a tour of the safari park.

If you'd like any more information, or would like to attend please contact Katie Macfarlane at: [email protected]


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