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Jane Hall (BSc, Cert II Zoo Keeping)

Australian Registry of Wildlife Health – Information and Resources Coordinator. Jane worked as a Zookeeper in a small native fauna park before moving to Sydney in 2002 where she began work in a human pathology laboratory.

Wendy Gleen (BSc, Masters degree candidate)

Keeper – Australian Fauna. Following the completion of a science degree at Macquarie University in the late eighties, Wendy gained employment at Taronga as a Zoo keeper.
Social Learning

Social Learning

Staff at Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos aim to impart a deep understanding of wildlife and conservation issues to all their visitors.
Wildlife Health

Wildlife Health

Through its Wildlife Hospitals, Taronga has a unique opportunity to collect data on the health of wildlife, which will in turn help in the treatment and conservation of wild animals.

Nutritional Physiology

Appropriate food is a key element in animal health and well-being, so Taronga’s Zoos go to great lengths to ensure the nutritional health of their animals.

Terrestrial Ecology

The beauty and unique features of wildlife species capture our imaginations – but they also form ecosystems upon which we all depend. Taronga Zoo works to help preserve that balance.
Marine Science Centre

Marine Science Centre

With three quarters of the Australian population living within 50km of the coast, what we take out what we and put back in are of vital importance to the health of marine creatures.
Population Dynamics and Viability

Population Dynamics and Viability

Because handling wild animals to assess their well-being can affect the factors you are trying to measure, Taronga’s experts have developed some ingenious, remote methods to do this job.

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