Last week we had the great privilege to work in collaboration with Scientists from Udayana University on PTM in Bali Barat National Park (NP), Indonesia and Park Officers from the National Park on a project called: Priority Threat Management for Bali Barat NP. Bali Barat NP is a hotspot for biodiversity, particularly plants and birds, including the last wild habitat of the critically endangered Bali myna. Threats to biodiversity in Bali Barat NP include invasive plants and animals, land clearing and fragmentation, accidental fire , grazing pressure, tourism, illegal extraction of resources, and litter and waste. We will continue to work with Udayana scientists, Park Officers and other Stakeholders to prioritise management actions in a way that will conserve the values of the Park most prized by people in consideration of the reality of fixed resource expenditure, experienced globally when it comes to natural resource management. Thank you also for including us in the 7th International Conference on Biosciences and Biotechnology.