BZS Virtual Lecture Series
presented by: Gerardo Garcia, PhD, Curator of Lower Vertebrates and Invertebrates at Chester Zoo (UK)
A look at the in-situ and ex-situ research, including behavioural observation of courtship, mating and feeding, that is guiding conservation planning of Bermuda’s cryptic species, the Skink, prior to it’s planned re-introduction to Bermuda in 2021.
Wednesday, July 21st
Lecture Starting at 7:00pm sharp on Zoom
Virtual Lecture Via Zoom Meeting (Zoom Link will be sent with your confirmation email)
Entry to Lecture is Free
Donations support education programmes such as this lecture series.
Donations can be made on line on the following link https://bamz.org/support/donate
For further information please contact Lisa Greene
[email protected] or call (441) 297-1804
Photo: Copyright Chester Zoo
7:00pm - 8:30pm ADT
|| Joanne Chisnall