World Wildlife Day 2021
Join Manchester Museum in the celebration of UN World Wildlife Day 2021 - Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet on 3 March 2021 from 2pm.
An afternoon of online events with the launch of '60 Second Species', new short and informative weekly video clips by the Vivarium Team and an exclusive performance by Mexican composer and musician Francisco Lozano. Sign up for a webinar with Panama Wildlife Conservation to discover the successful story of collaborative conservation and treat yourself to a 'must-have' Sylvia the Frog T-shirt.
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#ForestsPeoplePlanet #WWD2021 #WorldWildlifeDay #WWD
WWD 2021 - Programme
Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, is delighted to announce that it has become the only institution outside their country of origin to breed the Variable Harlequin Toad, one of the world’s rarest amphibians.
Discover our Conservation Work
The Vivarium is particularly notable for its large collection of Costa Rican Frogs, and Manchester Museum has been responsible for establishing important captive breeding programmes for some of the country’s most Critically Endangered species.
Watch this space... we have a big announcement coming soon!
Collaborative Conservation -
Panama Wildlife Webinar
Join Manchester Museum’s Curator of Herpetology Andrew Gray and Curatorial Assistant in Herpetology Matthew O’Donnell in conversation with Dr Luis Urena and Dr Eric Flores of Panama Wildlife Conservation (PWCC) as they explore the work of conservationists and researchers fighting to protect Panama’s unique biodiversity.
Free - Booking Required.
An exclusive performance by Mexican composer and musician Francisco Lozano focused on American Crocodiles and specimens in Manchester Museum, with a world premiere of his new composition, Sylvia’s the Frog.
Exit through the Museum Shop
Splendid Frog T-shirt
Made in collaboration with Zero Negativity Ltd, a family run, sustainable clothing business based in Lancashire, North West England.
All sales will be donated to the Museum and help keep the Museum free for the generations to come.