Wildlife Conservation: Embodiment, Education and Community Symposium – School of Humanities Wildlife Conservation: Embodiment, Education and Community Symposium – School of Humanities

Wildlife Conservation: Embodiment, Education and Community Symposium

Wildlife Conservation: Embodiment, Education and Community Symposium

Monday 15th May | 9:00am – 1pm

Join with academics, community, and industry professionals to investigate the cultural contexts and effects of a range of wildlife conservation programs.

Presenters will consider the many ways that scientific knowledge and practice intersect with community and/or personal approaches to wildlife care. Invited speakers include Patricia Patrick discussing Sumatran tiger conservation, Debra Talbot on evaluating community engagement projects, Grainne Cleary (author of Why Do Birds Do That? 2022) reflecting upon local engagement with Australian wild bird care and Belinda Fairbrother (Taronga Conservation Society) discussing community engagement project design.

Spaces are limited, so please register

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Date

May 15 2023
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Time

AEDT. UTC/GMT +10
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location

R.D. Watt building
R.D. Watt building

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