As part of our Careers in Conservation event we are holding a range of workshops to introduce you to a wide range of conservation related skills.
Science is a huge part of the work that Chester Zoo does to prevent extinction across the world! We will introduce you to some of the work we do with species in the wild and the zoo. We’ll look at the work we do with conservation genetics, behaviour and welfare and monitoring hormones, and hopefully inspire some of you to become conservation scientists of the future!
This session is aimed at 14-17 year olds at schools and colleges who are interested in the range of science careers and want to learn about the work we do at Chester Zoo
Date: Saturday 13 March
Time: 11am – 12am
Suitable for those age 14-17 years.
If you are under 18 please ensure you get a parent or guardian to book your place for you.