Taronga visits Dora Creek
Taronga Zoo’s Zoomobile and its animals have taken a trip to Dora Creek Public School for a sustainable seafood celebration as winners of the Fish for Good marine conservation campaign aimed at empowering people to make informed choices when they buy seafood.
Dr Rebbeca Hobbs in the Wildlife Reproductive Centre
Behind the scenes at Taronga Western Plains Zoo our Reproductive Biologist, Dr Rebecca Hobbs, is busy collecting sperm samples from wild animals in order to cryopreserve them for use in the future.
Koala joey at Aussie Walkthrough
The Aussie Walkthrough exhibit at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is experiencing a baby boom with lots of little joeys starting to emerge.
Giraffe calf and mother
At just one month old, Nkosi the male Giraffe calf at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is definitely growing in confidence each day.
Eastern Long Necked Turtle hatchling
The Aussie Walkthrough exhibit at Taronga Western Plains Zoo is experiencing a baby boom with lots of little joeys starting to emerge.
Mr Hobbs Sun Bear
A TRAFFIC report released last week confirmed thousands of Asian bears had been illegally traded for body parts between 2000 and 2011.
Nkosie the Giraffe calf
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has welcomed a male Giraffe calf born on Sunday 3 August 2014 to the delight of visitors on the early morning walk tour.
Tree planting
Volunteers from Taronga joined The Capertee Valley Regent Honeyeater Recovery Group to plant trees to help conservation of the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater.
National Science Week 2014
Approximately 60 students from Dubbo and Peak Hill converged on Taronga Western Plains Zoo today to participate in workshops as part of National Science Week, 16 – 24 August 2014.
Koala joey at Taronga Western Plains Zoo
The first Koala joey in the group has emerged from its mother’s pouch to the delight of keepers and visitors at Taronga Western Plains Zoo.

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