Species at Risk 2004: Pathways to Recovery title
Wood Bison
March 2-6, 2004, Victoria Conference Centre, Victoria BC Canada  

On-line registration is now closed. Registration will open again on-site at the Victoria Conference Centre at 9:30am on Tuesday March 2. There are less than 20 spaces remaining. New registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Welcome to the registration page of Species at Risk 2004.
Please read the following information before registering.

  • Before registering please review the conference field trips and conference banquet information, and if you are a government employee, you may wish to look up your GST or PST exemption number.
  • Please note that one day registration fees are not available as the conference registration rate is already very low.
  • Members of existing recovery teams, and those interested in becoming involved in recovery teams, are encouraged to register for the Recovery Training Workshop. A description of the workshop is available on the Agenda page. Pre-registration is required as there are a maximum of 400 spaces. Cost is included with conference registration. Jan 20 update: The workshop is now full. Jan 23 update: The waiting list for the workshop is now also full.
  • After you have registered you can make changes to your registration (add field trips, add banquet ticket, cancel workshop reservation, etc) by calling GEMS Registration at 1-250-760-2005 or e-mailing risk2004@gemsregistration.com.
  • Please note that non-governmental organization (NGO) rates are for those individuals who work for or are volunteers for NGO organizations as their primary vocation. The NGO conference rates were established to assist those organizations and individuals who have to work to raise money to cover costs associated with just keeping the doors open. Most individuals involved in the conservation movement have some affiliation or another with an NGO. The NGO conference rates were not established to provide less expensive registration costs (to an already inexpensive conference) to attendees who have another primary source of income.
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