Join us for an evening of Durrell Talks and Food for Thought!
Speakers will be joining us at the Jersey Museum from the frontline of conservation to talk about Durrell’s global projects.
The four short ‘Durrell Talks’ will be followed by drinks and a delicious three course meal with wine at Tiffin’s. You will get the opportunity to meet our speakers and digest many fascinating and interesting topics around conservation.
LIMITED TO JUST 40 GUESTS – TICKETS £50
From 5:30pm at the Jersey Museum
Talks start at 6pm prompt
Pre-dinner drinks and meal from 7pm at Tiffin’s
RSVP – LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE
Email [email protected] to book.
For several years now, once a year, a number of Durrell’s overseas and UK based staff come to the zoo to get together with Jersey based staff. We share and review our results, plan our strategies and actions, and debate important issues. During the week, supporters may attend our Symposium at the zoo –
this year it takes place on Monday 1 October from 10am-5pm. Please contact us via [email protected] to find out more and book your free place.
This year we will be holding an engaging and thought provoking evening event that stimulates conversations about conservation, ensuring an ongoing legacy. This is a chance for Jersey based individuals, supporters and donors to be introduced to Durrell staff they wouldn’t ordinarily meet and to hear about the breadth of our mission with a global perspective. Limited to just 40 guests, a series of talks hosted in the theatre at Jersey Museum will be followed by a dinner at Tiffin’s.
From 2016–2018, the Durrell Annual Meeting has been generously funded and facilitated by Paul Sykes. We are delighted that he will be joining us on the evening.
Dr Mike Hudson is a Conservation Scientist and works on some of Durrell’s most challenging endangered species recovery programmes. He will talk about our work to save the world’s most threatened frog, the allusive mountain chicken from the eastern Caribbean forests.
Dr Parag Deka is Project Director of the Pygmy Hog Conservation Programme and is based in Assam, India. Parag will reflect on 25 years of work to save the world’s smallest wild pig from extinction and restoring its habitat, the stunning grasslands of the Himalayan foothills.
Hanitra Rakotojaona is a Community Conservation Manager based in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Hanitra will talk about her career working with the impoverished communities that live alongside the globally threatened forests and wetlands of Madagascar.
Dr Ros Kennerley is a Conservation Scientist and leads Durrell’s global mammal programme. Ros will talk about our work to understand the conservation status and needs of 3,000 ‘small’ mammal species and to push this overlooked, mis-understood but fascinating group of animals up the conservation agenda.