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May 6, 2014

New Guide on Managing Your Site for Native Species


The Native Species Working group has produced a new, 12-page document to help BIAZA members manage their zoo and aquarium sites for native wildlife. 

This fantastic new guidance document provides advice ranging from legal considerations and building requirements, to the best designs for bat boxes and bug houses.  Many thanks to the NSWG for all their hard work!  

The document can be found here.




 



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