SAVE THE DATE: 27th of June 2019 - Symposium “A Future for Biodiversity - Safeguarding Life on Earth Day”


Hereby, you are invited to the symposium “A Future for Biodiversity - Safeguarding Life on Earth Day”, an event organized by the students of the minor International Wildlife Management at Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein (HVHL) Leeuwarden.

The 2nd annual symposium of the Minor International Wildlife Management will take place on June 27th, 2019.

“A Future for Biodiversity – Safeguarding Life on Earth Day” will be all about nature and biodiversity. During this day the students will present their research results on the following topics:

  • Uncommon terns in the city
  • Co-occurrence in the fight against poaching
  • Meadow birds in decline - should predators be made responsible?
  • Bee-lieving in the future
  • Secret predator of the Dutch meadow - domestic cats and meadow birds
  • Red Panda - meeting the needs of the Firefox

Additionally, there will be guest presentations of dedicated professionals from the field along with workshops, where the students will give you a practical insight into the work they have been doing.

So, come and join us on this special symposium day, learn about the research projects we have been working on and get inspired by passionate conservationists, who will share their views and expertise.

If you are interested in joining us on this exciting day, please use the following link to register yourself.

Registration via this link is needed, if you are planning to attend the symposium. The deadline of registration is Friday June 14th. More details about the exact schedule of the day will follow soon.

A lunch will be provided for those who sign up for the entire day. For specific dietary requirements, please send an extra e-mail to [email protected].

Let’s get together, get informed, inspired and motivated to safeguard this beautiful Planet and all its Life. Your presence and support would mean a lot to us – and to Earth!

With kind regards,
Irene Groenendaal, Natascha van den Bosch and Imra Klein and on behalf of all students International Wildlife Management