Wildlife tourism seminars Japan – 2

(continued from previous post) 5-6th November The Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama was my next destination, so I had my first-ever ride in a Japanese “bullet train” to Kyoto, from where I switched to a local train to the very pretty region of Arashiyama,...

Wildlife Tourism Seminars Japan 1

Ronda J Green, PhD (chair of Wildlife Tourism Australia and adjunct research fellow, Griffith University) 2nd November 2019 Rie Usui Tonight I head for Japan (via Taiwan) as an invited keynote presenter at a wildlife tourism summit at the Asia-Pacific University,...

Wildlife Tourism Australia Conference 2020

Many thanks to our major sponsor: Griffith University (Science Group, School of Environment and Science, and the Environment Futures research Institute) “Wildlife Tourism: Enhancing the Benefits for Wildlife and People” We’ve discussed many aspects...

Get involved with Australasian Bat Night 

  Wildlife Tourism operators are invited to add a batty element to their tours this year to celebrate Australasian Bat Night. Australasian Bat Night is a community engagement program designed to raise awareness about bats in Australasia, comprising an annual...