|Teaching conservation in developing nations |
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|Appendix A: Exhibit and study materials|
The exhibits of a conservation center are chiefly devoted to explaining and interpreting what is taking place outdoors in your particular region. The exhibits should be specific, interpretive and built around a concept or theme. Such devices as charts, posters, maps, collections, specimens and models can be used to provide instruction and guidance to the visitors who come to the center.
In this Appendix you will find a number of suggestions for exhibit models, collections, visual aids, conservation concepts, and conservation studies.
You may pick and choose among these things according to your needs, and materials available to you and your budget, but bear in mind that substitution and adaptation of these suggestions should always be considered and is encouraged