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Wildlife Tourism Australia

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Wildlife Tourism Australia is a national organization promoting the development of a sustainable wildlife tourist industry that supports conservation.

Events

October 24, 930am-5pm Wildlife Tourism Workshop in northern NSW!
WHERE Community Centre, 59 Duke Street, Grafton
COST $30.00 includes lunch RSVP chair@wildlifetourismaustralia.org.au or 07 55441283
Details http://www.wildlifetourism.org.au/wildlife-tourism-workshop-grafton-2015


September 29 - October 2 Wildlife Tourism: a Force for Biodiversity Conservation and Local Economies? (Geelong, Victoria);
@wildlife_aus
hashtag: #wildlifeTourism2015

1770 Running Creek Road, Rathdowney, Queensland, AustraliaZipcode / postcode - 4287
Telephone: 61 7 5544-1283
Contact: Ronda Green
Email
http://www.wildlifetourism.org.au
Twitter: @wildlife_aus
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September 29 - October 2 Wildlife Tourism: a Force for Biodiversity Conservation and Local Economies? Geelong, Victoria
http://www.wildlifetourism.org.au/wildlife-tourism-conference-2015
Conference Program
Information for Delegates
Keynote Speakers
Our Sponsors
Field Trips and Social
Who should attend
Exhibitors/trade displays

#WildlifeTourismAustralia

Oct 19/20 Wildlife Tourism Conference Recap #wildlifetourism2015

Past events, with reports of some of the presentations and round-table discussions




Australia's Wildlife Research Network

This is a network for:
  • tour operators or staff of eco-lodges and wildlife parks conducting research (whether or not this involves volunteers)
  • tour operators or staff of eco-lodges and wildlife parks assisting researchers by recording and collating observations
  • tour operators or managers of eco-lodges and wildlife parks assisting researchers by offering free or discounted travel to research sites, accommodation or park entry
  • researchers who would like to enlist the help of tour operators or volunteer tourists
  • tourists who are interested in participating as volunteer research assistants (which can range from carrying and cleaning equipment through helping to find and photograph animals to actually recording observations) or simply accompanying and learning from researchers
For further details, visit http://www.wildliferesearchnetwork.org

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Some older posts

Workshop in Darwin, Australia: Snake as Sister: Connecting the Dots for Wildlife Tourism #rtyear2013

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