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68th WAZA ANNUAL CONFERENCE Technical Congress Agenda Saturday, 12 October 2012 09:00-16:00

Registration Open, Disney's Yacht and Beach Club, Cape Cod Registration Desk

Sunday, 13 October 2013 08:30-17:00

Council Meeting (Closed),

08:00-13:00

Registration Open

All Day 09:00-17:00 17:00

Visit to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Transport Flights of Wonder (Steve Martin Bird Show), Group Photo, Icebreaker Dinner

19:00

Stonington Board Room (Council to be transported to Disney’s Animal Kingdom at close of meeting) Disney's Yacht and Beach Club, Cape Cod Registration Desk Disney’s Animal Kingdom, (meet at Porte Cochere) Disney’s Animal Kingdom Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Harambe Village

Monday, 14 October 2013 07:30

Registration and Exhibition Open

Cape Cod Registration desk

07:00-08:00

Light Breakfast

Salon 1-4

08:00-08:30

Opening Ceremony

Room Grand Harbour Ballroom North

08:30-09:00

Welcome Address by the Host Welcome Address by Florida Environmental Official Welcome to the Region Welcome Address by the WAZA President

Jackie Ogden, CEO, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, USA tbd Kris Vehrs, Executive Director, AZA, USA Jörg Junhold, Director, Leipzig Zoo, Germany

Keynotes The Nature Conservancy’s approach to integrated conservation planning Bringing the One Plan Programme to Life

Chair: Jackie Ogden, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, USA

09:00-09:30 09:30-10:00

Muttulingam Sanjayan, The Nature Conservancy, USA Kent Redford, Archipelago Consulting, USA

10:00-10:30

Press Conference

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-10:45

One Plan and Global conservation: What are the threats? Climate Change

10:45-11:00 11:00-11:15

11:15-11:30 11:30-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-12:15 12:15-12:30 12:30-12:45

Illegal Wildlife Trade: A global challenge Bush Meat Trade Crisis in Uganda; Pushing Wildlife Populations To Jeopardy Among Communities Around Murchison Falls Conservation Area, Northern Uganda One Plan and the Conservation Links: Ex Situ and In Situ The One Plan Approach: The good, the bad, and the ugly Trends in Collections – Is There A Plan? Restoring African Wild Dogs in South Africa: A Managed Metapopulation Approach "Efforts to bring back from the Brink" (Vulture conservation breeding programme in India) Penguins, lemurs and fruit bats: Bristol Zoo's “One Plan” approach to institutional species conservation planning We help them to survive – the way towards the wandering bus

Jörg Junhold, Leipzig Zoo, Germany / Jackie Ogden, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, USA / Gerald Dick, WAZA Switzerland Salon 1-4 Chair: Kevin Bell, Lincoln Park Zoo, USA Claudia Benitez-Nelson, University of South Carolina, USA Crawford Allan, TRAFFIC, USA James Musinguzi, Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, Uganda

Chair: Lena Lindén, Nordens Ark, Sweden Anne Savage, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Nate Flesness, ISIS, USA, and Onnie Byers, CBSG, USA Markus Gusset, WAZA, Switzerland Bishan Bonal, Central Zoo Authority, India Bryan Carroll, Bristol Zoo Gardens, UK Miroslav Bobek, Prague Zoo, Czech Republic

12:45-13:00

Questions and Answers

13:00-14:00

Lunch

Salon 1-4

One Plan by Design: Linking ex situ and in situ through interpretation and design

Chair: Lee Ehmke Minnesota Zoological Garden, USA

One Plan by Design: Around the world One Plan – Linking an aquarium with in situ marine conservation, research and education One Plan – Linking a museum and zoo: The Darwineum One Plan -– London Zoo’s Tiger Territory: investing in field conservation. One Plan - Masoala – combining modern exhibit, education and conservation in Madagascar

Sue Chin, Wildlife Conservation Society, USA Judy Mann, uShaka Sea World, South Africa

14:00-14:15 14:15-14:30 14:30-14:45 14:45-15:00 15:00-15:15 15:15-15:45

Questions and Answers

Udo Nagel, Rostock Zoo, Germany David Field, Zoological Society of London, UK Alex Rübel, Zoo Zurich, Switzerland

15:45-16:15

Break

Salon 1-4 Chair: Lee Ehmke, Minnesota Zoological Garden, USA Jenny Gray, Zoos Victoria, Australia Karen Fifield, Wellington Zoo, New Zealand

16:45-17:00 17:00-17:15

Sustainability: Walking the Conservation Talk Vision, Courage and Innovation for a Carbon Neutral Future A Sustainable Journey - how Wellington Zoo became the world’s first carbon zero accredited zoo Supply chain activism - a role for zoos and aquariums Sustainable Zoo

17:15-17:30

Questions and Answers

17:30 17:45

Transport of Attendees for President’s Reception (closed) Departure for Seaworld, Visit and President’s Reception for New Members (closed)

Porte Cochere

Social Dinner

Seaworld

16:15-16:30 16:30-16:45

19:00

Jonathan Wilcken, Auckland Zoo, New Zealand Clara Dominguez, Cali Zoo, Colombia

Porte Cochere

Tuesday, 15 October 2013 07:30

Registration Open

Cape Cod Registration Desk

07:00-08:00

Light Breakfast

Salon 1-4

Keynote

Chair: Jackie Ogden, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, USA, Grand Harbour Ballroom North William Conway, formerly Wildlife Conservation Society, USA

08:30-09:00

Why are Zoos doing In Situ Conservation?

AZA and the One Plan Approach 09:00-09:15 09:15-09:35 09:35-09:50 09:50-10:05 10:05-10:20 10:20-10:45

The One Plan Approach: The good, the bad, and the ugly Guest service at Disney: Providing the foundation for conservation interpretation Revenue generating/"premium" programs: Funding the One Plan approach From the Elephants‘ Perspective: using science to understand zoo elephant welfare Engaging the public in direct support of our global conservation efforts Break

Chair: Kris Vehrs, AZA, USA, Grand Harbour Ballroom North Bob Wiese, San Diego Zoo Global, USA Josh D’Amaro, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, USA Bill Street, Sea World/Busch Gardens, USA Anne Baker, CBSG, USA Steve Burns, Zoo Boise, USA Salon 1-4

12:30-13:00

Regional Activities ACOPAZOA Conservation Programs of ACOPAZOA Latin American Association of Zoos and Aquaria (ALPZA) contribution to conservation in Latin America EAZA - European Conservation initiatives PAAZAB – African Conservation activities The Arabian Connection – the newly established Arabian Zoo & Aquarium Association AZAA JAZA – Japan and biodiversity conservation WAZA in support of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity: “The Decade Project” Questions and Answers / End of Technical Congress

13:00-14:00

Lunch

10:45-11:00 11:00-11:15 11:15-11:30 11:30-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-12:15 12:15-12:30

End of Technical Congress

Chair: Gerald Dick, WAZA, Switzerland Carolina Falla, ACOPAZOA, Colombia Yara Barros, Foz Tropicana Parque das Aves, Brazil Lesley Dickie, EAZA, The Netherlands Stephen van der Spuy, PAAZAB, South Africa Mark Craig, Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort, UAE Shigeyuki Yamamoto, JAZA, Japan Tiago Pinto-Pereira, WAZA, Switzerland

Salon 1-4


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