1st Course on Amphibian Husbandry and Conservation
14 to 18 September, 2015
dBio-UA, Aveiro, PORTUGAL
The 1st Course on Amphibian Husbandry and Conservation is an interesting and intensive course to researchers or technical staff working with amphibians and looking for more complete basis on Amphibian Husbandry and Conservation.
The course explores the principles of amphibians’ husbandry, nutrition and dietary needs, captive reproduction, population management, veterinary aspects (diseases, pathology, and necropsy), biosecurity and quarantine, conservation, threats and global action. Hands on demonstrations, practical and group exercises are also included (enclosure demonstrations: tank drilling, false bottoms and plumbing, filters).
“Amphibians brought into captivity must have a purpose and must receive the highest standards of care.” by AArk
Early registration until July 31st!