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Diclofenac (the same anti-inflammatory drug that has wiped out vulture populations in India, Pakistan and Nepal) has recently been authorised for use on domestic animals in Italy and in Spain, home to 80% of European vultures, and is now becoming widely available on the EU market.
BIAZA members will now be able to support a land purchase inititive, to help secure precious habitat in the Sierra Gorda Reserve, Mexico.
Following recent allegations regarding breeding management of lions at Longleat Safari Park, a meeting was held on Monday 24th February between BIAZA staff and Longleat management.
Knowsley Safari will be temporarily housing 2 elephants at Noah’s Ark ‘Elephant Eden’ whilst they complete construction of a new elephant facility, which will be ready for opening in 2016.
Blair Drummond Safari Park opened their new Elephant Habitat to the public in the spring of 2013.
Find out who the winners are for this year's BIAZA Photo Competition.
Animal experts from the UK and Ireland’s leading zoos and aquariums gathered for a prestigious awards ceremony last night (Wednesday November 20)
BIAZA (the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) held its annual awards ceremony at ZSL London Zoo with over 150 people in attendance.
The event, known as the Zoo “Oscars” is held to celebrate some of the incredible contributions made by the zoo community to animal welfare, wildlife conservation, public understanding and horticulture.
Chessington World of Adventures hosted this year's Bird Working group Meeting on 13-14 November.
November 11th sees DEFRA launch " Orangutan Season" as part of the "If They're Gone" Campaign.