Catching up? Here is a look at recent news and updates, including new features and what other zoo and aquatics teams are using them. Choose by category: ZIMS for MedicalZIMS for StudbooksZIMS for HusbandryAquaticsCare and Welfare
Founded in 1977, Mahendra Chaudhary park is largest zoo in the northern Punjab region of India and is located near the capital Chandigahr. The zoo is a member of CZA and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA).
May 3, Species360 Director of Science Dr. Dalia Conde will lead a discussion on the power of aquarium and zoo data for scientific discovery. The course is part of a workshop on the role of zoos in advancing conservation and biological sciences, with for researchers from zoos, museums, and academic institutions.
Species360 Director of Science and Conservation Science Alliance lead Dr. Dalia Conde speaks with ScienceNode writer August Reed about her path to using high performance computing in ecology research.
Wildlife conservation institutions join Species360 from New Zealand, India, Russia, Australia, Israel, Indonesia, Romania, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Spain, United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.
Central Zoo Authority presents "Expert Talks" on managing wild herds of gaur (Indian bison) while accommodating community needs.
New Species360 member Teton Raptor Center expanded their mission to include a Raptor Rescue Network that coordinates the efforts of Rehab Centers, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, veterinarians, and volunteers to ensure that every injured raptor has access to rehabilitation.
As a member of the Species360 Research Partner Program, the SSA will use data from the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) to bridge gaps in demographic, husbandry, welfare, and medical information that is essential to protecting and caring for gibbons.
The Species360 training support team once again exceeded metrics for helping members. Here's a look at the results!
Oregon State University, along with The Nature Conservancy and dozens of conservation groups, led a groundbreaking study that found 90.6% of the species population has been wiped out and estimated as many as 5.75 billion animals died from the disease since the die-off began. Species360 is pleased to be a part of foundational research that is essential to informing species conservation.