20-24 September, 2021
The EAZA Online Annual Conference 2021 will take place online from Monday 20 September to Friday 24, and will include a full programme of plenaries, thematic sessions and working meetings. The main conference will start on Tuesday 21 September with the opening plenary, starting at 9am.
Please register for the conference by following the link below. Your link to access the meetings will be sent to you a week before the conference, and we will be organizing an orientation session to help delegates get familiar with the online conference platform. Please note: working meetings of the Taxon Advisory Groups, EAZA Committees and Working Groups are for Members only, except by prior arrangement.
We look forward to seeing you online at the EAZA Annual Conference 2021!
Registration for the online Annual Conference is now open. During the conference a total op 5 online channels will be functional and accessible through the conference platform. Specific access links to the platform and the subsequent sessions, based on EAZA membership and invitations to closed meetings, will be issued after registration and payment.
For an overview of the day-to-day schedule click here.
Please note that Non-EAZA Members in principle only have access to the ‘livestream’ channel on the programme. EAZA Candidates for Membership are entitled to register as an EAZA Member.
Registration costs for everything else are as follows:
|Full registration for Members||€100|
|Day registration for Members||€40|
|Full registration non-Members||€150|
|Day registration non-Members||€60|
The above rates are excluding 23% VAT
You can register following by clicking on the following link: PLEASE REGISTER HERE
For questions about registration please contact email@example.com
Conference delegates and other EAZA Members are invited to display posters at the upcoming online EAZA Annual Conference 2021. THE CALL FOR POSTERS HAS CLOSED
Accepted posters will be on (digital) display during conference week. Delegates can view and download posters and are offered the opportunity to directly engage with the author for questions. Authors must commit to be available for questions during conference via e-mail, text or video chat. A list of accepted posters will be included in the programme booklet in due course.
Posters must be submitted as a PDF, the filename should include the name of the corresponding author and poster title.
Please submit your poster (proposal) to Mirko Marseille as soon as possible. You can submit an abstract for the proposed submission or a drafted copy of the actual poster.
See an overview of accepted posters in the table below:
|1||Species360 Conservation Science Alliance - Transforming global species data to conservation action||Johanna Staerk & Dalia. A. Conde||Species360|
|2||Hand rearing Golden lion tamarins at Auckland Zoo||Amy Robbins||Auckland Zoo|
||Enrichment for White-handed gibbons, Visual stimuli effect activity in lesser apes||Nicolas Brüning & Achim Johann||NaturZoo Rheine|
|4||Sharks and rays in the lens of the European Zoos and Aquariums||Rikke Øgelund Nielsen||University of Southern Denmark|
|5||Project HEAT Human-Elephant Alert Technology||Lewis Rowden, Alasdair Davies and Fiona Sach||Zoological Society of London (ZSL)|
|6||What we do to prevent visitors from feeding zoo animals||Yana Rivkina & Maria Kozaikova||Kaliningrad zoo|
|7||Riding a Virtual Tiger: Hold on Tight!||Radana Dungelova & Jan Horesovsky||Zoo Brno|
|8||Sex-differences in longevity and reproductive senescence for the five big cat species in zoos||Morgane Tidière, Johanna Staerk, Dalia A. Conde, Fernando Colchero, Kim S. Simonsen & Craig Packer||Species360|
|9||Impact of a transition to a fruit-free diet on the wellbeing of five species of Cebidae and Cercopithecidae||Flore Viallard, Alexandre Petry, Sébastien Lefebvre & Benoît Quintard||Zoo Mulhouse|
|10||Bridging the gap between in-situ and ex-situ animal professionals||Ellen Wieczorek||Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre|
|11||Extending Conservation Engagement Through Collaboration Between the Arts and Science||Ellen Wiezorek & Sarah Pye||Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre|
|David Barclay, Estelle Morgan, Sandra Rainey, Rachel Williams||The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (RZSS)|
|13||Assessing vitamin D status in zoo-housed great apes||Rachel Jarvis, Sophie Moittié, Kerstin Baiker & Matyas Liptovszky||University of Nottingham|
|14||Access to a Tree Top a Solution to Improve Lemur’s Housing and Welfare||B van der Zyppe, A. Petry, & B. Quintard||Zoo Mulhouse|
|15||Grey seals at Riga zoo: Conservation and education||
Alessandro Di Marzio, Rebeka Skerstina & Mara Kalnina
|16||Feeding experiments with wolves in Jarvzoo||
Di Bernardi Cecilia, Lina Jelk, Camilla Wikenros, Paolo Ciucci, Luigi Boitani, Håkan Sand & Mikael Åkesson
|17||Fecal microbiota characterization of Seychelles giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantea) living in both wild and controlled environment||
Camillo Sandri, Federico Correa, Caterina Spiezio, Paolo Trevisi, Diana Luise, Monica Modesto, Selby Remy, Marie-May Muzungaile, Alice Checcucci, Cesare Avesani Zaborra and Paola Mattarelli
|Parco Natura Viva|
|18||ZIMS Test Result Upload Feature||Rachel Thompson||Species360|
The following EAZA Corporate Members have made the EAZA Online Annual Conference 2021 possible: