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The success of a trial program for Lord Howe Island Woodhens and Currawongs will help ensure their protection during a planned pest eradication program for the World Heritage listed site.
Environment Minister Robyn Parker and Dubbo MP Troy Grant today announced the $2.1 million redevelopment of Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Zoofari Lodge is well underway and is expected to be ready by April 2014.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has won the NSW Tourism Award for Best Tourist Attraction at the NSW Tourism Awards gala ceremony held in Sydney on Thursday 28 November 2013.
Taronga Zoo and Taronga Western Plains Zoo are celebrating a major win for wildlife conservation after taking home two of the top honours at the NSW Tourism Awards last night.
Taronga Zoo is a great place to start your Christmas shopping and help wildlife at the same time.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo is expanding its elephant facility to make way for three male elephants from Taronga Zoo, who will arrive in the latter half of 2014.
Animal welfare is paramount at Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos, and the condition of many animals at the Surabaya Zoo shown on the ‘Foreign Correspondent’ program tonight are disturbing and deplorable. Our Zoos are members of the Australasian regional association of zoos (Zoo and Aquarium Association, ZAA). The Association has indicated its willingness, if asked, to join with any proposed task force from the Indonesian Government or Indonesian regional zoo association to assist the animals and staff of Surabaya Zoo.
The next generation in Taronga Zoo’s international conservation breeding program for Western Lowland Gorillas has moved into their refurbished Gorilla Forest exhibit.
Taronga Zoo’s eight lively Ring-tailed Lemurs will be swinging into action these summer school holidays, as they settle into the zoo’s new Lemur Forest Adventure.
Taronga Western Plains Zoo has welcomed three Cheetah cubs born in the early hours of 25 October 2013.

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