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Apr 7, 2014

Zoo and Wildlife Solutions is launching a series of zoo management and legislation training courses in conjunction with BIAZA. 

Mar 31, 2014

A population of terrestrial water voles - unique within mainland Britain - has been identified near Glasgow, inhabiting subterranean burrow systems on motorway embankments, grass verges and amenity lawns.  

Mar 21, 2014

Applications are invited  for the £5000 BIAZA Conservation Grant!

Mar 10, 2014

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.  

Feb 28, 2014

BIAZA members will now be able to support a land purchase inititive, to help secure precious habitat in the Sierra Gorda Reserve, Mexico.

Feb 26, 2014

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.

Feb 21, 2014

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.

Feb 13, 2014
EAZA have issued a statement regarding the giraffe at Jyllands Zoo.

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