Orangutan Conservation Lecture at Oxford
Conservation Efforts for the Orangutan and Its Environment
Presented by Michelle Desilets, Director
Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation UK
At Oxford Brookes University
Tuesday 9th March 2004 at 6:00 p.m.
The public is welcome at this PowerPoint presentation and lecture, which will look at the current status of the orangutan in the wild, present threats to its survival, and what is being done to prevent its extinction.
The presentation will last approximately one hour, followed by a question and answer period.
In order to anticipate attendance numbers, please RSVP to info@... if you wish to attend.
Directions to the lecture:
If you are travelling from the south on the M40, you should
leave at junction 8 and follow the signs for Oxford along the
A40 and then follow the signs for the city centre on the London
Road. If you are travelling from the north on the M40, you
should leave at junction 8a and follow the signs for Oxford
along the A40 and then follow the signs for the city centre on
the London Road.
If you are coming to Oxford via another route you are advised
to take the ring road to the Headington Roundabout and follow
the signs to the city centre on the London Road. While on the
London Road you will pass through the Headington main shopping
area and further on you might notice the distinctive blue and
ivory University signs for Dorset House and Mary Macdonald Hall
situated on the left. Pass straight over the traffic lights
with the White Horse public house on the right hand side and
then at the next set of traffic lights turn left and Gipsy Lane
site is on the right.The lecture will take place in Gibbs 302; Reception can direct you.
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