“CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE USE OF RIVER DOLPHINS AS BAIT
IN PIRACATINGA FISHING”
_Aquatic Mammals Lab_ at the _National Institute of Amazonian Research_
and the _Friends of Amazonian Manatee Association_ would like to invite
you to participate on the workshop “CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE
USE OF RIVER DOLPHINS AS BAIT IN PIRACATINGA FISHING” to be held prior
to the Latin American Society of Aquatic Mammal Experts (SOLAMAC)
meeting in VALPARAISO, CHILE on the 26TH OF NOVEMBER 2016.
Our aim is
to bring together researchers, professionals, and organizations working
on South American river dolphin conservation to communicate their work,
discuss local and regional alternatives and partnerships to curb the use
of dolphins as bait and articulate actions in collaboration to
strengthen conservation and research efforts.
We would like to request
everyone that carry projects focused on this theme to present your work,
publicizing the proposals, methodology, results and important
information on this subject. Presentations will be important to foster
discussions on the necessary actions to solve the problem.
REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION deadline: 10 November 2016.
REGISTRATION (NO COST): https://pt.surveymonkey.com/r/ZRSNWJR 
FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT US AT:
botoworks...@ampa.org.br or access
Looking forward to see you in Valparaiso!
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