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Six Tasmanian Devil joeys born in DubboSix Tasmanian Devil joeys born in Dubbo
Six Tasmanian Devil joeys born in Dubbo
Six Tasmanian Devil joeys born in Dubbo

As the 2019 breeding season comes to a close, it’s time to health check the six Tasmanian Devil joeys that worn born this year and prepare for the…

Posted on 10th December 2019 by Media Relations

Taronga freezing the Great Barrier Reef's futureTaronga freezing the Great Barrier Reef's future
Taronga freezing the Great Barrier Reef's future

#Science, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga freezing the Great Barrier Reef's future

Taronga’s top scientists are working to save the Great Barrier Reef by safeguarding the genetic diversity and health of the Great Barrier Reef,…

Posted on 10th December 2019 by Media Relations

Double the fun as two Koala joeys emerge at TarongaDouble the fun as two Koala joeys emerge at Taronga
Double the fun as two Koala joeys emerge at Taronga

#Animals, #Conservation, #Act for the Wild, #Taronga Zoo Sydney

Double the fun as two Koala joeys emerge at Taronga

Taronga Zoo Sydney is delighted to announce that two adorable Koala joeys have made their entrance into the world, just in time for the summer school…

Posted on 03rd December 2019 by Media Relations

Five star reviews for the Wildlife RetreatFive star reviews for the Wildlife Retreat
Five star reviews for the Wildlife Retreat
Five star reviews for the Wildlife Retreat

‘5 Stars all the way!’ is just one of many fabulous reviews we’ve received for our stunning new eco-retreat nestled within Taronga Zoo and…

Posted on 29th November 2019 by Media Relations

Dubbo Zoo to help save Regent HoneyeatersDubbo Zoo to help save Regent Honeyeaters
Dubbo Zoo to help save Regent Honeyeaters

#Conservation, #Taronga Western Plains Zoo Dubbo

Dubbo Zoo to help save Regent Honeyeaters

Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo has joined the fight to save one of Australia’s most endangered birds, with the construction of new facilities…

Posted on 28th November 2019 by Media Relations

Taronga says ThanksTaronga says Thanks
Taronga says Thanks

#Community, #Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga says Thanks

Following the recent devastating bushfires across NSW, Taronga Conservation Society is giving away more than 20,000 tickets to eligible emergency…

Posted on 25th November 2019 by Media Relations

Zoo undertakes next projectZoo undertakes next project
Zoo undertakes next project
Zoo undertakes next project

Construction of Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s Gateway to Africa precinct has commenced this week with the $1.25 million redevelopment of the African…

Posted on 18th November 2019 by Media Relations

Taronga calls for urgent help to save Australia's koalasTaronga calls for urgent help to save Australia's koalas
Taronga calls for urgent help to save Australia's koalas

#Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Taronga calls for urgent help to save Australia's koalas

Taronga is calling for urgent funds to help its partner, the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, address the emerging koala crisis.

Posted on 15th November 2019 by Media Relations

Choose sustainable palm oilChoose sustainable palm oil
Choose sustainable palm oil

#Act for the Wild, #Conservation, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

Choose sustainable palm oil

In the latest episode of David Attenborough’s new series, he witnesses dramatic deforestation in Borneo that has occurred through the years, and the…

Posted on 14th November 2019 by Media Relations

Supporting SumatraSupporting Sumatra
Supporting Sumatra

#Act for the Wild, #Conservation

Supporting Sumatra

Sumatra is a key focus of Taronga’s conservation efforts, including support for habitats and communities. Find out what you can do to help.

Posted on 14th November 2019 by Media Relations

What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfiresWhat to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires
What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires

#Conservation, #Sydney Wildlife Hospital, #Taronga Conservation Society Australia

What to do if you find wildlife injured by the bushfires

The veterinary team at the Taronga Wildlife Hospital share their advice for caring for fire affected native wildlife.

Posted on 12th November 2019 by Media Relations