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Welcome new members!

A warm welcome to some of our recent new members

Species360 is happy to welcome the following recent new members to our community.

 

Interested in becoming a member? Learn more below.
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naturospace

 Naturospace is a non-profit bird and butterfly park that is also a member of the French Association AFdPZ.

hidden vale wildlife centre

Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre is affiliated with The University of Queensland – UQ. This wildlife research and teaching center specializes in regionally endemic species such as Australian fat-tailed dunnarts & sugar gliders

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Birds N Beasts, Inc. is small for profit facility that is also a member of ZAA. Their mission is to utilize the latest in positive training approaches for empowering wildlife to connect to audiences and inspire people to better the lives of animals in human care and in the wild.

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Everland Zoo in South Korea is a for profit facility with 3.5 million visitors. Owned by Samsung, this zoo is part of South Korea’s largest theme park and is also a member of WAZA.

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Texel Zoo in the Netherlands is a for profit facility with 40 animal species and 350 birds. This zoo participates in European conservation breeding programs, including that of the red-crested turaco.

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Exotic Park, or Ekzootik Park, located in Moscow, is a small, for profit zoo that has a collection of about 150 individual animals.

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Malmo Aquarium in Sweden is a non-profit facility that opened in 2015. They are also a member of EUAC.

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Ballarat Wildlife Park in Australia is a for-profit zoo that specializes in native Australian animals and a variety of exotic reptiles.  They are also a ZAA member.

Ouadi Rime Ouadi Achim Game Reserve in Chad is an in-situ field project for Scimitar-horned Oryx. The Scimitar-horned Oryx Reintroduction Program, led by the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD), the government of Chad, and their implementing partner (and our member), the Deleika Wildlife Conservation Center, is possibly the world’s most ambitious large mammal reintroduction program and a huge step in the field of conservation. This initiative aims to create a healthy and viable population of up to 500 Scimitar-horned Oryx in the isolated nature preserve of Ouadi Rimé-Ouadi Achim.

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