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What Do We Do

The IUCN-SSC Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG) is a worldwide network of biologists, wildlife managers, government officials, independent researchers, non-government (NGO) representatives, farmers, traders, tanners, fashion leaders, and private companies actively involved in the conservation of the world's 23 living species of alligators, crocodiles, caimans and gharials in the wild.

Coming Events

Please click on read more below to find a full list of up-coming events by Crocodile Specialist Group. From time to time we will also add other interesting events happening around the world.

Latest News and Information

The 3rd West and Central Africa Regional Meeting of the Crocodile Specialist Group will be held at the Nangui-Abrogoua University, Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, on 3-5 November 2014. Details will be posted soon.

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The 1st International Course Specializing in Management of Crocodilians will be held in Colombia on 16-21 November 2014. The course will have specialist instructors from Argentina, Mexico and Colombia, and will involve both theoretical and practical sessions. The course will be limited to 40 people. See flyer and information brochure for further details, or contact organisors at: 1ercursocrocodylia@gmail.com.

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The 2nd Symposium on Colombian Crocodilians, with the theme of "Crocodilian Conservation - An Opportunity for Communities", will be held on 2 December 2014, under the auspices of the 4th Colombian Congress of Zoology, in Cartagena, Colombia (1-5 December 2014). For more information, contact organisors at simposiococodrilos@gmail.com. See also Invitation.

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In honour of the late Dr. Fritz Huchzermeyer, the "Fritz Huchzermeyer Veterinary Science Research Assistance Scheme" (FHVSRAS) has been established, with the specific goal of encouraging and assisting undergraduate and post-graduate students to undertake formal research to advance crocodilian veterinary science. Click here for details.  
NEW - Karin Ebey (pictured below) becomes CSG's youngest member - see CSG Newsletter 33(2) for details.  Karin has made a calendar for 2014, featuring the world's crocodilians. available to CSG members and friends (Download calendar here).



Link - CrocBITE - Worldwide Crocodilian Attack Database
is now online.

Link - downloadable resources developed by the CSG Veterinary Science Group.