Most of the projects featured here are award winners or commendations from the BIAZA Annual Awards.
Robovacc – vaccination in the 21st CenturySenior keeper Tony Cholerton from ZSL London Zoo is a man of many talents. Recently he has developed a method to vaccinate the zoo's tigers remotely. A method he is now adapting for use on other species as well.Find out More
Harvesting as a tool for avian translocationPaignton Zoo aimed to develop a method of harvesting and hand-rearing wild cirl bunting nestlings and use this method to establish a self-sustaining population in Cornwall.Find out More
Investigating lumpy jaw in macropodsLumpy jaw is a leading cause of death in zoo-housed kangaroos and wallabies worldwide. The aim of this research is to determine the housing and husbandry requirements that will prevent and/or reduce outbreaks of lumpy jaw in zoos.Find out More
Creation of Water Treatment Reedbed System and Associated Native Wildlife HabitatOn 2008 Twycross Zoo reached a point where improvements were necessary to the existing water treatment systems.Find out More
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