Borneo is home to 15,000 species of fruiting trees, 420 species of birds, 222 mammals including 13 primate species. Understanding their habitats and behaviour is crucial for protecting landscapes and developing conservation actions.
Since 1999, Borneo Nature Foundation has been actively working to learn about the wildlife of Borneo using sound science to inform landscape level conservation strategies.
Dr. Susan Cheyne will present the Foundation's work over the past 20 years including insights into animal behaviour, conservation challenges and solutions.
Supporting conservationists of the future
Funds will go towards the Bristol Zoological Society Alumni Fund, which provides an annual award for distinguished alumni of our Higher Education Programmes.
Keynote event content
The event comprises a lecture from primate expert Dr. Susan Cheyne of Oxford Brookes University. This will be an hour-long presentation followed by approximately 30 minutes Q & A.
The event will take place at the Conservation Education Centre at Bristol Zoo Gardens on the 27th of November 2019, from 18:00 to 19:30. Entry and exit will be via the door to Guthrie road.
Click here for more information about getting to the Zoo. If you decide to travel by car, there is plenty of on-street parking, free after 5pm.
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