WILDLIFE CRIME CONFERENCE – IRELAND
Just a reminder that the Wildlife Crime Conference early bird special expires at the end of this month; that’s only 14 days away!
To take advantage of the early bird special go to www.wri.ie/conference and click on the “Registration & Payment” tab on the top of the page.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland is delighted to invite you to the forthcoming All-Ireland Wildlife Crime Conference in County Meath on the 14th and 15th September 2013. This will be the first of its kind in Ireland.
The conference will be a two day event that will bring together a diverse audience for a weekend of talks and practical sessions; with the intention of promoting greater understanding, cooperation and communication between the law enforcement bodies, charities, NGOs and the public in general. Topics will include: poisoning, poaching, illegal traps & snares and other crimes against wildlife.
This year the conference is taking place over two days in order to fit in as wide a variety of wildlife crime talks and practical sessions as possible. It is an open attendance two day event and this year we hope you’ll be able to attend on both Saturday and Sunday.
The two day Conference has been accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland
for 19 CVE credits (9.5 credits per day)
Conference programme and registration details can be found at: http://www.wri.ie/conference