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There has been recent interest in wild birds at Taronga Zoo Sydney, and we think this is a wonderful opportunity to talk about our breed-to-release conservation programs.
Taronga Zoo Sydney’s Squirrel Monkey troop recently had their annual health check. Keepers and veterinary staff carry out a check every year to ensure all the primates are in good health. The procedure includes full physical exam including; dental, skin, weight check, parasite check and an overall body condition inspection.
Taronga Conservation Society Australia invites children to discover the science of wildlife conservation at Taronga Zoo Sydney free between Saturday 4 August and 19 August, in celebration of the Sydney Festival of Science.
A rare male Oriental Small-clawed Otter pup born in April has finally emerged from the nest box and can now be seen with his family.
More than 30,000 Taronga Zoo Sydney guests have pledged their support for Sumatran Tigers in the wild.
Taronga Zoo Sydney today celebrated the birth of Asian Elephant calf Jai Dee one year ago this week with a special feed arranged by keepers in the shape of the number one.
On Tuesday 17th April, Taronga Wildlife Hospital staff released five healthy Little Penguins into the ocean in Manly after nursing them back to health in the Taronga Wildlife Hospital.
Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo is shining a light on conservation and the wonders of wildlife this year.
Motorists on the road during the autumn school holidays can help save Australian wildlife with some simple planning.
A Goodfellows Tree Kangaroo joey at Taronga Zoo Sydney has begun to emerge from his mother’s pouch in time for the autumn school holidays. The joey was born in September last year, but keepers have only begun to see the joey emerge from the mother, Kwikila’s pouch now.