Species360 Members in the News
Wuppertal Zoo is one of the largest contributors of husbandry and medical information used to better understand and care for wildlife. Curators, animal care, and aquatic experts use Species360 ZIMS (the Zoological Information Management System), to enter over 150,000 husbandry and medical records for more than 800 Species.
Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago (United States) One of the world's leading conservation institutions, Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, has joined the Species360 Research Partner Program. The program enables staff to access essential…
Tennessee Aquarium is working to save a species of native trout.
Global non-profit Species360 welcomes the New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) Kakī Conservation Program to its member community. This government-led species recovery program manages or monitors about 200 Kakī (wading birds) including in situ and ex situ populations.
Species360 research partners use ZIMS data to discover new insights. Among the participants in the research partner program are University of California at Berkeley and UC Davis (United States), University of Navarro (Spain), Babes Bolyai University (Romania), Murdoch University (Australia), and Royal Agriculture University (England).
As a global nonprofit, Species360 facilitates international collaboration in recording and sharing essential data on species. A growing number of wildlife institutions are participating in this effort. In all, 34 aquariums, zoos, and wildlife refuges in Europe, Asia, and the Americas have joined Species360 this year. They represent non-profit and for-profit, large and small institutions.