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ZOOQUARIA 106: Autumn 2019

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  • Building Bridges: Zooquaria talks to Volker Homes, the new Chair of the National Associations Committee
  • Forests, fish and flamenco: Reporting from the annual EAZA conference
  • Breaking the silence: Optimism was the keynote at the latest meeting to discuss tackling the illegal songbird trade
  • Inside the workshop: Why invertebrates will benefit from the first RCP TITAG workshop session
  • Restoring reputations: The hyena may not be universally loved, but they need as much help as any other endangered species
  • Take the right steps: A new management tutorial aims to help EEP coordinators perfect their management process
  • Funding for progress: How EU funds are helping EAZA Members meet Sustainable Development Goals
  • In at the deep end: How EAZA is taking part in the CITES decision-making process
  • On the road to Marseille: The IUCN World Conservation Congress is fast approaching – and we should all get involved
  • A Swedish success: The latest Zoo and Wildlife Health Conference offered talks, meetings – and a rollercoaster ride
  • The bigger picture: Measuring our contribution to global conservation
  • Bear necessities: Creating the perfect home for CERZA's polar bears
  • Primate rescue: Greg Tully explains how the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance is helping Africa's primates
  • Breaking point: How a recent animal rescue survey is shaping the work of EARS
  • Building firm foundations: How to run a successful conservation education session

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