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Conservation: EAZA Songbirds TAG And Species360 Use Data To Pinpoint Species At Risk

Conservation: EAZA Songbirds TAG and Species360 use data to pinpoint species at risk

EAZA's Silent Forest Group partners with Species360 Conservation Science Alliance to create a new way of looking at the world of songbirds -- one they hope will further enhance efforts to save them. The Songbird Species Knowledge Index applies analytics to global data, including vast demographic information curated by Species360 member zoos and aquariums using ZIMS.
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Ask Adrienne: Nutritionist Monitors Aggressive Behavior And Weight Loss

Ask Adrienne: Nutritionist monitors aggressive behavior and weight loss

Question from a Wildlife Nutritionist: We have three female red pandas housed together. Recently two of them have lost weight. I have increased the caloric intake for the two and the vets have given them a clean bill of health. When I talked with their keepers it was mentioned that the older panda had recently experienced an increase in aggression towards the other two.
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Wildlife Conservation: Refuge For Endangered Red Siskin Songbird Receives Species360 Membership Grant

Wildlife Conservation: Refuge for endangered Red Siskin songbird receives Species360 Membership Grant

As a Species360 conservation grant recipient, the Red Siskin Conservation Center (RSCC) at Leslie Pantin zoo will curate and husbandry data with international species survival program partners, including the Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute, Zoo Miami, Brevard Zoo, National Aviary in Pittsburgh, and members of WAZA, AZA, EAZA, ZAA (Australasia), Brazilian Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZAB), and more. The RSCC was established in 2019 through a grant from AZA.
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New In ZIMS For Medical: Sample Storage Helps Manage Biological Samples Now And Into The Future

New in ZIMS for Medical: Sample Storage helps manage biological samples now and into the future

“Millions of unique samples are at the core of our ability to care for and save individual animals and species, now and far into the future. ZIMS vastly improves how the zoo, aquarium, and wildlife communities manage sample resources worldwide," said Paul Calle, Chief Veterinarian and Vice President for Health Programs, Wildlife Conservation Society.
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