Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is currently seeking an experienced Exotics Wildlife Supervisor to join our Wildlife team; to achieve high levels of animal husbandry and animal health whilst continually working to improve the quality of our animal exhibits.
National Wildlife Biosecurity Guidelines released
Wildlife Health Australia this week released an unprecedented and valuable resource to help Australians who work with wildlife; the National Wildlife Biosecurity Guidelines. It’s well known in Australia that the majority of new infectious diseases that are found arise from wildlife. These not only pose risks to public health and agriculture, they also […]
Monitoring underway for Tassie Devils
The Zoo and Aquarium Association (ZAA) work in partnership with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program (STDP), an initiative of the Tasmanian government, in managing ex-situ populations of Tasmanian devils (an insurance population) and breeding devils for release to the wild. Down in Tasmania right now, there is ice on the traps and snow […]