15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium

00215th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium
Singapore Zoo, November 14-18, 2016

Presented by:
International Elephant Foundation and International Rhino Foundation

Hosted:
Widlife Reserves Singapore

Pressures on wild populations of elephants and rhinos are increasing at an alarming rate, with poachers killing both species at unsustainable levels. Wildlife habitat continues to shrink while human-elephant conflict increases. Conservationists and researchers around the world are committed to protecting the remaining animals and habitat.

The fourth joint International Elephant and Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium is a forum for elephant and rhino conservationists and researchers from around the world to present conservation projects and research outcomes, new technologies in field conservation and conflict mitigation, studies in disease, reproduction and behavior, and other issues that impact the long term survival of elephants and rhinos.

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Call For Papers: We invite elephant and rhino conservationists and researchers from the around the world to present conservation projects and research outcomes, new technologies in field conservation and conflict mitigation, studies in disease, reproduction and behavior, and other issues that impact the long term survival of elephants and rhinos.

Abstracts must be received by July 1, 2016, to be eligible for inclusions in the program. A notice of acceptance will be provided no later than August 1, 2016.

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9 thoughts on “15th International Elephant & Rhino Conservation and Research Symposium

  1. I have no special title. I am just a person, who is interested in the survival of these beautiful animals. I love these animals and their suffering is a great source of sadness to me.

    • i am a young kenyan, a kenya wildlife service honarory waden,a lover of wildlife,i was very interested in participating in this this forum that will take place in singapore next month.although i was late to submit my name on time .this forum will make our people and wildlife lovers to wake up and protect the endangered animals esp elephants and rhinos.though am late can be included in the line up .my interest is to pass a word to all participants through posters and aword of mouth in and out of the conference.better late than never.lets protect our elephants and rhinos.

      thank you all
      ben

  2. Diane, Me as well. It is just heartbreaking to me to see who bad these animals are treated. Whomever is readying this post, I am a member babyrhinorescue.org and have donated and bought items to help. I would like to see how I can get involved to physically help. Is there a location in Texas where I can to volunteer? I’ll feed, pick up poop 🙂 or whatever. I would just like to help and donate some of my time to the animals. I can be reached via email below. Thank you for all you do!!
    Tonya

    • Hi Tonya, thank you for offering to volunteer. At this time, we don’t have any field volunteer opportunities. There are a few reasons for this. First, the cost for our field teams to provide required insurance is cost prohibitive. Secondly, there are a very limited number of research permits in some of the countries we work in – we need to save these for our staff. But there are other ways to help! Visit our website rhinos.org for other ways to support our work.

  3. Hi, I will be attending and presenting at the conference. Is there any way to connect with and see who else will be attending?

  4. i am a kenyan young man a kenya wildlife service honrory warden wanted to really participate in this forum that will make wildlife lovers wake up and understand how to protect our endangered animals especially elephants and rhinos.i was a bit late to submit the required notifacation and interest.is there a way one can be included in this important forum? thanks

  5. As a conference speaker for a burning issue of the world….

    Hello here. Myself Anurag Hazarika from Assam,India. I am an Ex student of Delhi University,India. Actually, as we know that Model United Nations brings the world one step closer in working together to resolve the outstanding and burning issues that prevails in the world of today and which stands as a hindrance for the overall development of the human race and mother earth as a whole. I am writing here to bring to your book about a very sensitive issue which needs world attention today. The one horned rhinoceros is world famous and is only found in Assam,a north eastern state of India. But the main issue is that this species is turning out to be extinct due to human barbarity. each and every day we come across a news that a rhino has been killed at the world famous Kaziranga National Park(sanctuary) situated in Assam. The inhumane and barbarous acts of poachers in the park has led to extinct of the entire race of the one horned rhino. Each foreign tourist who visits this national park is apprehended today due to this acts .So,may I request to deliver a speech with presentations on this issue as a speaker?I assure that this would be a very interesting topic in the contemporary time. hoping to get a feedback…….

    Cell- 01191 8253801504.

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