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Jersey Zoo newsletter Solitaire December 2010

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  • Shubhobroto Ghosh
    Dear colleagues, The latest issue of Solitaire, the annual newsletter of the International Training Centre of Jersey Zoo, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
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      Dear colleagues,

      The latest issue of Solitaire, the annual
      newsletter of the International Training Centre of Jersey Zoo, Durrell
      Wildlife Conservation Trust has now been published.



      Issue 21 includes the following items :



      1) Conservation in the Amazon by Itala Yepez



      2) Thibbatu in aid of human elephant conflict mitigation in Sri Lanka
      by Deepani Jayantha



      3) New ITC courses for 2011: Conservation Education and Evaluation, An
      Introduction to Conservation Medicine, Managing Conservation Projects, The
      Beauty of Birds and Art of Natural History Illustration



      4) British Seahorse breeding success at Anglesey Sea Zoo by Frankie
      Hobro



      5) Restoring natural grasslands and increasing conservation awareness
      in Buenos Aires District in Argentina by Michele De Sa Dechoum



      6) How do roads affect imperilled mammals and indigenous people in
      Malaysia? by William Laurance and Reuben Clements



      7) Successes of a small zoo by John Chapo



      8) Developments in the transfer of Asian elephants from zoos in India
      by Brij Kishore Gupta



      9) Durrell Conservation Awards 2009 : Updates from the winners Eric
      Ramirez Bravo(Camera traps in the Biosphere Reserve of Tehuacan Cuicatian in
      Mexico), Kanchana Weerakoon(Conservation Leadership Programme scheme to
      learn scientific writing in Bangalore in India)and Rathin Barman(Work on
      Eastern Swamp Deer in Assam in India)



      10) Durrell Conservation Award winners 2010 : Jefferson Baros De
      Oliviera(Pied Tamarin survey in Brazil), Patricia Rios Mejla(Saving the Lake
      Junin Frog in Peru)



      11) Environmental education for small communities in Philippines by Cynthia
      Layusa



      12) TRAFFIC India � fighting illegal trade by Shubhobroto Ghosh


      13) Goodbye Jill but Hello Tim : Farewell to Jill Key, Training and Network
      Development Manager and welcome to Tim Wright, Deputy Head of Conservation
      Training at Jersey Zoo



      Kindly write if you desire to have the PDF file since the document is on a
      restricted website and therefore cannot be accessed by clicking a link.
      Thank you.

      Best wishes.

      Regards
      Shubhobroto Ghosh
      Programme Officer
      TRAFFIC India
      WWF India Secretariat
      172-B, Lodi Estate, New Delhi 110003, India
      Tel: +91-11-41504786, Fax: +91-11-43516200
      Visit us at "www.traffic.org"

      TRAFFIC- the wildlife trade monitoring network- is a joint programme of WWF
      and IUCN-The World Conservation Union. It works to ensure that trade in wild
      plants and animals is not a threat to conservation of nature.


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