Below you can find an overview of the posters that were on display during the EAZA Conservation Forum 2016. For questions about posters, please contact merel.zimmermann@eaza.net

No Poster title Author(s) Organisation
1 “Biodiversity of small islands of the Valaam Archipelago” – a long-term conservation project carried out by Leningrad Zoo on Lake Ladoga Elena Agafonova1, Maria Sokolovskaya1 andElena Mihaleva2  1Leningrad Zoo, Russia; 2Valaam Archipelago Nature Park, Russia 
2 Assessing the genetic diversity of Red pandas Florian Schaefer Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum Frankfurt; Georg-August University Göttingen, Germany
3 Assessment and conservation of genetic diversity in captive and wild populations of the Golden-headed lion tamarin, using pedigree and molecular data P. Galbusera, K. Leus, K. De Vleeschouwer, P. Helsen, E. Vermeulen, A. Moraes, A. Grativol, C. Ruiz-Miranda, B. Raboy, L. Oliveira and J. Dietz Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, Belgium; Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense, Brazil; University of Toronto, Canada; Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Brazil; University of Maryland, USA
4 Betic Midwife Toad (Alytes dickhilleni) Conservation Programme in Bioparc Fuengirola D. García, M. Robledo, L. M. Vitón, J. Recuero and R. Martínez Bioparc Fuengirola, Spain
5 Coral Reef Ranching, Coral & Fish Productivity trials and first ever ranched fish export Chris Brown1, Jean-Denis Hibbitt1 and Cedric Guignard2 1Merlin Animal Welfare and Development - SEA LIFE, United Kingdom; 2Reef Ranching/Seamarc, France
6 Evaluating visitor attitudes and knowledge in the field of conservation biology Natalia Álvarez Montes and Paul W. Dierkes Department for Zoo Biology & Bioscience Education - Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany
7 LIFEEMYS: watch out for those two! A holistic conservation project for the Ligurian pond terrapin Francesca Bandoli1, Gaia Cappellini2, Valter Ranieri3, Sebastiano Salvidio3, Bruna Valettini4 and Claudia Gili4 1Giardino Zoologico di Pistoia, Italy; 2 Ente Parco Montemarcello-Mara-Vagra, Italy; 3 DISTAV, University of Genova, Italy; d Costa Edutainment SpA, Italy
8 Multiple approaches to conservation education in Morocco: a case study  Lucy Radford¹, Siân S Waters¹²³ and Ahmed El Harrad¹ ¹Barbary Macaque Awareness & Conservation, Tétouan, Morocco; ²Department of Anthropology - Durham University, United Kingdom
9 Natterjack toad reintroduction Lene Rasmussen Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark
10 People and Palm Oil Tools from the Sustainable Palm Oil Transparency Toolkit Alexis Hatto1, Leonie Lawrence1, Cat Barton2, Katie McDonald3 and Nicky Needham4 1Zoological Society of London; 2Chester Zoo; 3West Midlands Safari Park; 4British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums, United Kingdom
11 Project Batagur baska – and they lived happily ever after? Wiebke Hoffmann Vienna Zoo , Austria
12 Reason for hope - The return of the Northern Bald Ibis Wiebke Hoffmann Vienna Zoo, Austria
13 Restoring aridland biodiversity through a network of protected areas in Southern Tunisia Marie Petretto, Tania Gilbert and Tim Woodfine
Marwell Wildlife, United Kingdom
14 The center for conservation in Punta San Juan, Peru  Michael Macek Saint Louis zoo, United States of America
15 The collaborative funding model for conservation Esther Conway 21st Century Tiger, United Kingdom
16 The Fakroun Project: the rehabilitation and reintroduction of spur-thighed tortoises in Tunisia Chawki Najjar1,  Kezia Bellamy1,2 and Marie Petretto1       1Marwell Wildlife, United Kingdom; 2Centre for Biological Sciences - University of Southampton, United Kingdom
17 The first translocation of Cat Ba langurs Martina Raffel1, D. Zsalakó2, H. J. Adler1, N. Leonard2 and R. J. Passaro3 1Allwetterzoo Münster, Germany; 2Cat Ba Langur Conservation Project, Cat Ba Island, Vietnam
18 THE ROCK APE: Towards a sustainable co-existence between Gibraltar's two primates Steve Bryant¹, Jessica Leaper¹ and Brian Gomila²  ¹Alameda Wildlife and Conservation Park (AWCP) and ²Monkey Talk - Gibraltar
19 The role and benefits of ex situ conservationists linking-up with established reintroduction initiatives and vice versa: the Cinereous vulture reintroduction initiative P. Helsen, M. Huyghe, P. Galbusera, Z. Pereboom, S. Henriquet, D. Lyon,  O. Duriez and F. Sarrazin Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, Belgium; Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO), France; Muséum National de l’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN), France ; Centre d’Ecology Fonctionelle et Evolutive (CNRS), France
20 Turtle Conservation for Nepal - a unique and first Turtle Rescue and Conservation Centre in SE-Nepal Schleich Hermann Oasys Zoo & Parque Tematico del Desierto de Tabernas
21 WAPCA: West African Primate Conservation Action Andrea Dempsey West African Primate Action, Ghana
22 Zoo keeper based conservation initiatives for local biodiversity A. Garrucho, J.T. Vicent, E. Ara, J.C. Atienza, S. Fernández, M. García, F. Gómez, O. González, E. Díaz, C. Lobato, A. Peula, A. Puigbó, M. Rivera, M.J. Roldán, J. Recuero and R. Martínez Bioparc Fuengirola, Spain
23 Zoos conservation and communication Laurence Paoli Urban Nomad, France
24 Status of Primate Conservation across Africa Susan Lutter¹ ² and Gregg Tully² ¹Act for Great Apes and ²Pan African Sanctuary Alliance
25 Catalysing conservation in situ: the approach of the CRC-RZSA Kristel De Vleeschouwer, Nikki Tagg, Barbara Fruth, Peter Galbusera, Philippe Helsen, Jeroen Stevens, Francis Vercammen, Linda Van Elsacker and Zjef Pereboom Centre for Research and Conservation, Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, Belgium;
Ludwig Maximilians University München, Germany
26 The Little Fireface Project: Understanding wild slow loris behaviour to inform captive management, translocations and conservation practice K.A.I. Nekaris Nocturnal Primate Research Group, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom 
27 Integrating In-Situ and Ex-Situ Data and Information for the Study of Tapir Health  Renata Carolina Fernandes Santos and Patrícia Medici Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative (LTCI); IPÊ - Instituto de Pesquisas Ecológicas (Institute for Ecological Research), Brazil