Bioinsight, together with BirdLife South Africa and the Endangered Wildlife Trust, is promoting a Workshop on “The use of Detection Dogs on Biodiversity and Conservation Studies” to be held on the 1st July 2015 at the Kirstenbosch Research Center (Cape Town, Western Cape Province).
Speakers from various biology fields will be presenting their work with detection dogs either for conservation purposes, ecological studies or environmental impact assessments. The conference will be held during the morning and we are planning to have a live demonstration of dogs finding bird carcasses as an example of detection dogs application.
The admission for the workshop if free but registration is essential and limited to 50 participants. Please register until the 24th June 2015 by sending an email with your name, institution and contact number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference programme: Available soon
How to get there?
Kirstenbosch Research Center
Newlands, Cape Town, 7725
1st July 2015
From 8:30 to 1:30 PM
Free but essential
Until 24th June 2015
Send email with name, institution and contact number to