7 - 9 ottobre 2022

Friday, October 7

13:00 Welcome and Registration @Infopoint - Parco Natura Viva
  Go to the Conference Room @Sandri Room - SDG
14:00 Day 1st - Opening - @SDG
14:30 In-situ and Ex-situ studies
Captive or wild studies? The importance of an integrated approach in the study of animal behavior
Elisabetta Palagi
15:15 TALKS
16:00 Coffee Break & Poster session
16:30 The Veterinary Sciences 
The research project "Implementation of a toolkit for assessing the welfare of animals kept in zoos in Italy":
the state of the art and upcoming developments
Barbara De Mori
17:15 TALKS
17:30 Come si scoprono nuovi continenti?
La lezione del Capitano Cook

Proiezione di Luca Toledano
18:30 Icebreaker @Simba Self – Parco Natura Viva


Saturday, October 8

9:00 Day 2nd - Opening - @SDG
  Welcome from the Authorities
9:30 In-situ Conservation Session
9:30 EAZA standards for In-situ Conservation Project
Cesare Avesani Zaborra
10:00 Integrated Approaches to Research and In Situ Conservation at the Maromizaha NPA
Valeria Torti 
10:30 Conservation extreme: The European LIFE reintroduction project for the Northern Bald Ibis
Johannes Fritz
11:00 Coffee break & Poster session
11:30 In Action for In-situ Conservation 
11:30 Talks
12:10 Developing the Mantella cowanii Action Plan and an Update on Research Activities
Devin Edmonds, Angelica Crottini, Franco Andreone
12:30 The impact of feral domestic animals on in-situ wildlife conservation projects in Romania
Alexandru Bulacu, Adrian Hăgătiș, Maria-Alina Alexa, Mariana Țînțărean.
13:00 Lunch - @PNV
14:30 In Action for Conservation: Wildlife Trade @SDG
14:30 PLENARY: Turtles in peril, global turtle conservation and contributions from Turtle Island, Austria.
Peter Praschag
15:15 TALKS
16:00 Coffee break & Poster session
16:30 Workshop – Rescued bird release @PNV
  In collaboration with rescue center Il Pettirosso, Modena
19:30 Social Dinner & Party - @Simba self – Parco Natura Viva 

Sunday, October 9

9:00 Day 3rd - Opening - @SDG
9:15 Research Studies  I                                                                                                               
9:30 PLENARY: Zoos as indipendent scientific institutions: the relevance of history
Spartaco Gippoliti
10:15 The Erasmus+ project ‘International Zoo Conservation & Management’ – outputs, challenges and opportunities
Stefano Vaglio et al.
10:30 TALKS
11:00 Coffee break & Poster session
11:30 Research Studies II
11:30 PLENARY: The happiness of chimpanzees: how can we measure the welfare of great apes in zoos
Jeroen Stevens
12:15 TALKS
13:00 Group Photo & Lunch - @PNV
14:30 Ex-situ conservation for in-situ conservation  
14:30 Parco Natura Viva Guided Visit
16:00 Coffee break & Poster session @SDG
16:30 Research studies III
16:30 - 17:30 Talks
17:30 Closing session


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