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Bristol Zoological society online conservation lectures - Stories from the field.

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  1. Onychorhynchus coronatus

    Onychorhynchus coronatus Well-Known Member

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    Here are a series of online lectures called "Stories from the field" each presented by a scientist from Bristol Zoological Society / Bristol zoo discussing their respective conservation work and focal species.

    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ to conserve the endangered white clawed crayfish in the UK:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the Lemur leaf frog in Costa Rica:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the Western Lowland gorilla in Equatorial guinea:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the African penguin in South Africa:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the Negros bleeding-heart dove and the Visayan warty pig in the Philippines:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the blue-eyed black / Sclater's lemur and the blue eyed ibis in Madagascar:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ effort to conserve the Kordofan giraffe in Cameroon:



    Lecture on Bristol's in-situ to conserve the Visayan warty pig in the Philippines and ex-situ efforts in the zoo:

     
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  2. Onychorhynchus coronatus

    Onychorhynchus coronatus Well-Known Member

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