The Biology, Management and Conservation of North American Salamanders
— A training course
Amphibian Ark and Zoo Atlanta are pleased to announce the Biology, Management and Conservation of North American Salamanders training course.
The planned course will consist of five days of intensive training, including lectures, hands-on practical exercises, and fieldwork. Topics covered during the course will include: salamander biology, conservation and management; enclosure design and construction; captive breeding techniques; biosecurity and disease control; monitoring and surveys of wild and captive populations; education and scientific engagement. Globally recognized amphibian biologists, veterinarians, and conservationists will comprise course’s faculty. Course is limited to 20 students.
Please complete the form below to register and pay for this course. For further information please contact Luis Carrillo, Training Officer – firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Payment for your registration can be made via PayPal, credit card or check. To pay with your credit card, click the Don’t have a PayPal account? link on the Payment page, and enter your credit card details.
If you would prefer to pay by check, please be sure to post your check, made out to CBSG/Amphibian Ark, to:
c/o IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group
12101 Johnny Cake Ridge Road
Apple Valley, MN 55124