Saving Africa's Rarest Species
Date & Time
Wednesday, May 8, 2024, 5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
Michael Oke Bertrand Boulle Louis-Pierre Boulle

This panel session explores Mauritius as a model for African ecosystem conservation. The panel will discuss the success story of the Mauritian Kestrel, highlighting the Kestrel's current status as the national bird and the establishment of Kestrel Valley as a sanctuary. The session also includes a case study on the rescue and rehabilitation of three rare reptile species following the Wakashio oil spill in July 2020 as well as the unique ecosystem of St. Brandon, its threats, and ways to support conservation through the St. Brandon Conservation Trust.

Location Name
Full Address
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas - D HALL
650 S Griffin St.
Dallas, TX 75202
United States
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