BIAZA runs events throughout the year for zoos and aquariums designed to share ideas and best practice and to work together to achieve higher standards of education, research, conservation and animal welfare, as well as a better place for visitors to enjoy a day out.

We also advertise non-BIAZA events which may be of interest to zoos, aquariums and visitors to the site.

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Date can be arranged with event organisers
ZSL London Zoo
Open to all reptile keepers
Dates available on reqeust
Chester Zoo
Managers & supervisors who have H&S responsibilities

4-5 March 2017
Colchester Zoo
Open to ABWAK members (non-ABWAK members fee applies)
4 March 2017
Berkshire College of Agriculture
6 March 2017
ZSEA Banham Zoo
Open to all zoo and aquarium educators and volunteer coordinators
8 March 2017
ZSL London Zoo
Closed Meeting
8 March 2017
Askham Bryan College, York
Open to all zoo and aquarium educators and volunteer coordinators

23 March 2017
ZSL London Zoo
Closed meetings

30 March 2017
Cheslsea Physic Garden, London
Open to the public
1 April 2017
International Centre for Birds of Prey, Gloucestershire
Open to the public

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