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The Human Wildlife Conflict

This talk is one of a series which give a unique insight a major conservation project in the Dominican Republic.

It has been known for some time that islands are a far more vunerable to extinctions than mainland areas, but wht is human impact so much greater on islands? Using the example of Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic) and with a focus on the last two endemic non-flying mammals (Solenodon and Hutia) this talk outlines some of the threats being faced by both wildlife and their associated habitata on the island. From hunting through to deforestation and other less obvious but just as destructive threats - the challenge is a massive one for everyone involved in conservation efforts on the island.


Dr Jose Nunez-Mino | talks


Date and Time:

9 July 2010 at 7:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



33 Greyhound Road
W6 8NH
020 7381 5727

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£15 or £25 for two. Concessions £10 or £17 for two.

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Tickets include entry to accompanying exhibition and a drink. All money from ticket sales will go to The Last Suvivors Conservation Project

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