POISON, WILDLIFE AND SOCIETY
November 14, 15 and 16, 2012. Córdoba, Spain
International scientific and technical congress on the illegal use of poison baits in the natural environment:
Effects on biodiversity and society
Illegal use of poisoned baits is a serious threat to public health and biodiversity, both in Europe and world-wide. This illegal practice represents one of the biggest conservation problems for wildlife, often becoming the main cause of non-natural death.
The “Poison, wildlife and society” congress is organized in the frame of the project LIFE09 NAT/ES/000533 “Innovative actions against illegal poisoning in EU Mediterranean pilot areas”, as one of the main actions of its dissemination programme.
The aim of this international project is to develop, monitor and evaluate different innovative actions oriented to eradicate or reduce the use of illegal poisoned baits, which is one of the principal threatening and extinction factors for a number of species, as the Iberian wolf, the Brown bear, the Iberian lynx, the Imperial eagle or the Bearded vulture.
Name in short: POISON, WILDLIFE AND SOCIETY
Official languages: English, Spanish.
Dates: November 14, 15 and 16, 2012
Location: Córdoba Congress Centre.
Field visit: Life+ “Innovation Against Poison” pilot area ES1 “Valle de los Pedroches”. Demonstration of the European Canine Team (ECT).
Place of the conference
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More information: http://www.lifeagainstpoison.org/
Contact with Communication Area of Life Project at Fundación Gypaetus.
Phone number: 0034 953 220 062
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