9th International Penguin Congress
Cape Town, South Africa
5th - 9th September 2016 
We have five Workshops on offer during IPC9, three will be on Tuesday 6 th Sept and two on Wednesday 7 th Sept. 
Please click on the links to see the abstracts for the individual workshops.
The workshops are as follows:

Tuesday 6 th Sept: 
  1. Penguin Bycatch
  2. Multiple invasions of African penguins sparked a history of shifting fortunes
  3. Comparing penguin ecosystems and identify priority areas for conservation

Wednesday 7 th September:
  1. Post-release monitoring of rehabilitated penguins after environmental emergencies
  2. Developing the tools to identify Ecologically or Biologically Significant Areas as precursors to the creation of marine protection and reserves of relevance to penguins – Part II
As you can see from the abstracts, these workshops are working sessions which have specific aims described in the abstracts. They are intended for delegates with specific expertise and knowledge in these areas who will make positive contributions to the workshops, rather than for a general audience. Please only sign up for workshops to which you can make a real contribution. We expect many delegates will not attend any of the workshops.

In order to ensure we allocate sufficient space, please could you indicate which workshops you would like to attend.  Send an email to enquiries@penguincongress.org by Friday 19 th August.  If any workshops are oversubscribed the workshop organisers will need to prioritise which delegates may attend.
Registration Costs