Conservation lectures

Monthly talks at Bristol Zoo

Our conservation lectures take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 5.30pm in Bristol Zoo’s Conservation Education Centre* (entrance on Guthrie Road open from 5.15pm). They are open to all interested people free of charge. The talks span a wide range of topics and usually have a strong focus on conservation-relevant research.

The list of lectures, directions to our Consevation Education Centre, and a summary of our next lecture can be downloaded from the links on the right.

To register for receiving the invitations to the lectures as well as the summaries of the respective talks, please contact the Research Department.

*Unless otherwise stated - check the lecture PDF on the right for the location of the talk you plan to attend.

“Living on the edge: conservation biology of the grey long-eared bat across spatial scales”

Wednesday, 5 December, 5:30pm (Bristol Zoo Education Centre)

Orly Razgour (PhD Student, University of Bristol) gives a talk on the conservation biology of the grey long-eared bat.