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Our Siamangs are calling on youOur Siamangs are calling on you
Our Siamangs are calling on you

#Animals, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Our Siamangs are calling on you

To celebrate World Gibbon Day on 24 October we are sharing some information about the Siamang Apes to help you get to know them better and also learn…

Posted on 21st October 2021 by Media Relations

Rare Plains-wanderers released back into the wildRare Plains-wanderers released back into the wild
Rare Plains-wanderers released back into the wild

#Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Rare Plains-wanderers released back into the wild

Eight critically endangered Plains-wanderers bred at Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo and Taronga Zoo Sydney have been released into the Northern…

Posted on 19th October 2021 by Media Relations

Ring-tailed Lemur baby boom at Dubbo ZooRing-tailed Lemur baby boom at Dubbo Zoo
Ring-tailed Lemur baby boom at Dubbo Zoo

#Animals, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Ring-tailed Lemur baby boom at Dubbo Zoo

Keepers are delighted to announce the safe arrival of eight Ring-tailed Lemur babies to eight different mothers in the breeding group at Taronga…

Posted on 08th October 2021 by Media Relations

How Augmented Intelligence Can Advance Wildlife ConservationHow Augmented Intelligence Can Advance Wildlife Conservation
How Augmented Intelligence Can Advance Wildlife Conservation

#Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

How Augmented Intelligence Can Advance Wildlife Conservation

A look into how an innovative technology that is changing the world could be harnessed for good to turbocharge wildlife conservation

Posted on 28th September 2021 by Media Relations

How you can help GorillasHow you can help Gorillas
How you can help Gorillas

#International Days, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

How you can help Gorillas

Gorillas are the largest and most powerful of all primates. With a genetic makeup almost 98% similar to humans, they are one of our closest living…

Posted on 28th September 2021 by Media Relations

New Wildlife Hospital achieves major milestoneNew Wildlife Hospital achieves major milestone
New Wildlife Hospital achieves major milestone

#Dubbo Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

New Wildlife Hospital achieves major milestone

Construction of a new Wildlife Hospital at Taronga Western Plains Zoo has continued to move forward despite the impacts of Covid-19 on the Dubbo…

Posted on 27th September 2021 by Media Relations

Pride and joyPride and joy
Pride and joy

#Animals, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Pride and joy

Taronga Zoo Sydney is proud to announce the birth of five African Lion Cubs – the first lion cubs to be born at Taronga Zoo Sydney in 18 years. The…

Posted on 16th September 2021 by Media Relations

Meerkat pup trio born at Dubbo ZooMeerkat pup trio born at Dubbo Zoo
Meerkat pup trio born at Dubbo Zoo

#Animals, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Meerkat pup trio born at Dubbo Zoo

Keepers at Taronga Western Plains Zoo are delighted by the birth of three Meerkat pups on 23 August 2021 to parents Midra and Howell.

Posted on 16th September 2021 by Media Relations

Dubbo Zoo: Conservation powerhouseDubbo Zoo: Conservation powerhouse
Dubbo Zoo: Conservation powerhouse

#Conservation, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo Zoo: Conservation powerhouse

Taronga Western Plains Zoo is securing itself as the threatened species conservation powerhouse of Australia with four successful programs and a…

Posted on 07th September 2021 by Media Relations

Positive signs for second breeding seasonPositive signs for second breeding season
Positive signs for second breeding season

#Conservation, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Positive signs for second breeding season

The second breeding season for the critically endangered Regent Honeyeater has commenced at Taronga Western Plains Zoo and keepers are already seeing…

Posted on 03rd August 2021 by Media Relations