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For tortoise, terrapin and turtle care and conservation

2019 Spring Symposium

Location

Milton Keynes Open University
The Berrill Theatre, Walton Hall
MK7 6AA Milton Keynes
United Kingdom
GB
Saturday, 16 March 2019 -
10:30am to 5:30pm
How to get there: 

via M1 Motorway and the A5.
By train: On the London (Euston) to Birmingham line, Milton Keynes is an Intercity stop. Trains are frequent and the University is 5 minutes from the station by taxi or frequent bus service.

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CAR SHARING: If you would like to see if there is anyone else in your area attending the Symposium that you could possibly share a car with please email symposium{at}britishcheloniagroup.org.uk

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An opportunity to hear about projects from people directly involved as well as meeting other enthusiasts.

Cost £35.00 per person inclusive of buffet, tea and coffee.

Speakers: (In alphabetical order)

Professor John CooperFRCVS & Mrs Margaret Cooper FLS: "Chelonia, chickens and chombo: so far so good."

Ms Fabina Martis, forensic researcher: "Developing methods to distinguish wild-caught Egyptian tortoises from captive-bred."

Dr Tim McCormack, Asian Turtle Programme/Myanmar Conservation (schedule permitting)

Dr Sonya Miles MRCVS: "Common reproductive diseases in chelonia."

Miss Sarah Pellet MRCVS & Ms Donna Stocking: "Commonly presented conditions in practice and how they can be prevented with appropriate husbandry."

Mr Martin Stelfox MRCVS, Maldives Olive Ridley Project. "Untangling the origin of Olive Ridleys in the Maldives."

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