Seminar on Wildlife Conservation

The Sloth Bear Foundation presents:

Wildlife Conservation and You


S Hotel

60, 13th Cross, 2nd Main,
Phase III, J P Nagar Bangalore 560078
+91 80 4245 6060

and at

Aloft Hotel

17C, Sadaramangala Road · • Off Whitefield Main Road, Opposite ITPL · Bengaluru 560066
Phone: (91)(80) 6670 7777 ·

(Click on the name of each hotel to go to the website)


to see some of the speakers

A 2 day seminar with eminent speakers from the sphere of wildlife conservation seeks to address the questions you may have across multiple facets of the topic. The two days are designed to have a mix of speaker sessions, networking and break-out sessions to enable participants to not just learn, but actively interact and identify actionable plans where they can contribute.

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