A virtual talk by Dr Susan Cheyne, co-director of Borneo Nature Foundation
Dr Susan Cheyne has worked in South East Asia since 1997 and in Indonesia since 2002. She received her PhD from the University of Cambridge on primate ecology and conservation looking into the illegal pet trade of gibbons and studying the rehabilitation and reintroduction successes of these threatened apes. As a co-director of Borneo Nature Foundation International, she leads a team working on the conservation of primates and wild cats using camera trap technology to understand the movement, distribution and conservation status of these threatened cats.
Cost and booking
This event is free to attend and open to all. Advance registration is essential through the link at the top of the page, and the Zoom meeting link will be circulated to registrants ahead of the event.
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