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Collaborative Conservation – World Wildlife Day 2021

01 Mar 2021

Manchester Museum presents webinar highlighting Panama Wildlife Conservation projects including those for endangered Harlequin Frogs

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Manchester Museum is delighted to present the Collaborative Conservation webinar live to celebrate World Wildlife Day 2021.

Our Curator of Herpetology, Andrew Gray and Curatorial Assistant in Herpetology, Matthew O’Donnell will be joined in conversation by Dr Luis Urena and Dr Eric Flores of Panama Wildlife Conservation (PWCC) as we explore the work of conservationists and researchers fighting to protect Panama’s unique biodiversity.

Successful wildlife conservation requires collaboration and specialized knowledge. Manchester Museum and PWCC have come together to jointly develop new projects aimed at helping conserve some of Panama’s most endangered species and their associated ecosystems, providing opportunities to support and fully involve local communities.

This exclusive webinar will highlight and discuss several projects currently underway, including those for endangered Harlequin Frogs, sea turtles, and more. The event will finish with an interactive Q&A session where you can ask our panellists about their exciting and diverse work.

The webinar is free, but booking is essential:

Find out more about the Panama Wildlife Conservation (PWCC) and the panellists at: