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Description

The publication consists of the proceedings of a workshop, sponsored by the Gilman Foundation, and held in April of 1994 at the White Oak Conservation Center in Florida. About thirty participants were invited from zoos, animal protection groups and academic institutions to discuss concepts such as wild, captive and tame; animal well-being in the wild and in zoos; and protecting individuals versus conserving populations. In order to maximize the time engaged in discussion, several individuals were identified to prepare target articles which were distributed to all participants before the meeting. These articles form the main chapters in this book. Other participants were asked to lead off the discussion of each target article during the workshop. These comments make up the first part of the discussion following each article. The remainder of the discussion is an edited version of the audiotaped workshop.

Publication Date

1995

Comments

This publication is made possible by the generous financial support of the Gilman Foundation and the Pew Charitable Trusts. It is also the result of the hard work and generosity of the authors; the other workshop participants; and of Donna Pease, Joan Weer and Frances Williams of the Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy.

Wildlife Conservation, Zoos and Animal Protection: A Strategic Analysis

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