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Malleefowl Release Monitoring

This project supported efforts to repopulate the mallee landscape with these precious native birds, by monitoring Malleefowl after they had been released into the wild.

Free-Ranging Corroboree Frog Nursery Project

A disease caused by Chytrid Fungus has made this Australia’s most endangered frog, but by placing zoo-bred eggs in fungus- free ponds in the wild, this project may ward off extinction.

Primate Reintroduction Surveys

Before a group of critically endangered Hatinh Langurs, which had been bred in captivity, were released into the wild, vital surveys helped ensure their reintroduction would be a success.

Tiger Habitat Protection in Sumatra

Enhancing wildlife protection in the Berbak ecosystem with Zoological Society of London Our support for the important work of our colleagues at ZSL and in Indonesia continues to help protect tigers from poaching through direct patrolling and engagement of the local communities.
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Veterinary Screening of Fijian Crested Iguanas

Fires and storms could ravage the habitat of the Fijian Crested Iguana, but by moving two groups of the lizards to other islands on the archipelago, this project insures the species against extinction.

Anti-poaching Campaign in Zambia

This anti-poaching campaign aims to reduce the illegal snaring and shooting of animals for the bush meat trade, which is damaging species such as buffalo, elephants and hippos.