Conservation biologists from around the globe will convene in Fremantle, near Perth Western Australia, to share information, and learnings from their experiences restoring wildlife back into the wild.
We anticipate up to 300 reintroduction practitioners, scientists and students in reintroduction biology from around the world will come to Fremantle for the ICTC, including a strong Australian contingent. Approximately 275 delegates attended the 2nd IWRC in Chicago.
Why support The 3rd International Conservation Translocation Conference?
Many wildlife populations throughout the world are suffering dramatic declines in size or are already extirpated. Habitat loss and degradation and the consequences of climate change are likely to further reduce the survival of many species, disrupt their distributions and disturb ecological function. The continued objective of the ICTC series is to bring together top experts in the field to focus on the evolving science of reintroduction and discuss “lessons learned”, identify scientific processes that improve effectiveness and build a culture of innovation of theoretical and applied research on wildlife reintroduction and other conservation translocations, and focus on emerging themes in reintroduction science.
The ICTC will bring together in Australia the diverse global community of professionals and students in the field of reintroduction biology to showcase their work and facilitate collaboration through our international network of practitioners.
Supporting ICTC allows you to demonstrate your commitment to preserving our natural environment, and being a part of a long-term commitment to Australia’s and the World’s irreplaceable animals and the industries and organisations that work with them.
We are seeking financial assistance from local, national and international sponsors to support the hosting of ICTC in Fremantle, at the same time creating effective promotion of their brand and business.
We anticipate national and international media coverage of this event, providing Conference sponsors with significant media exposure. We are seeking financial assistance from local, national and international sponsors to support the hosting of ICTC in Fremantle, at the same time creating effective promotion of their brand and business.