Conservation Lectures at Bristol Zoo Join us at Bristol Zoo for a free conservation lecture.

Our conservation lectures usually take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 6pm in Bristol Zoo’s Conservation Education Centre (entrance on Guthrie Road open from 5.45pm). They are open to all interested people. The talks span a wide range of topics and usually have a strong focus on conservation-relevant research.

For further information, or to join our email list please contact Dr. Tim Bray

Click here to download our Autumn 2019 lecture programme (pdf)

Wednesday 2 October, 6pm

Fish-jellyfish interactions: The good, the bad and the overlooked.
Donal Griffin (Queen's University Belfast/ Wildlife Trust)

Thursday 31 October, 6pm

A Halloween special! The Bare Bones: Unravelling the mystery of how primates grow and develop. Dr. Conrad Brimacombe (University of Bristol)

Click here to find out more.

Wednesday 6 November, 6pm

Carparks, Heavy Metal & Ice Ages: how historical events have shaped diversity with brown trout.
Dr Andrew King (University of Exeter)

Wednesday 27 November, 6pm

Bristol Zoological Society's 3rd Annual Keynote Conservation Lecture - Conserving the biodiversity of Borneo.
Dr Susan Cheyne (Oxford Brookes University)

You must book tickets in advance to attend this lecture - click here to find out more.


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