Sunday, March 4, 2001

ZooNews Digest 26th February 4th March 2001 (Zoo News 144)

Dear Colleague,

It would appear that the foot & mouth outbreak has led to the
temporary closure of practically every zoo and wildlife park in the
United Kingdom. Even those collections which do not hold susceptible
species have shut down in an attempt to encourage people to stay away
from the countryside. No-one seems to know when it is all going to
end. More cases of the disease are confirmed each day. Opinions are
honed or changed each morning as each new expert expounds their
theories. It is difficult to know who to believe. There has even been
panic buying of meat in the supermarkets. I could not purchase a
chicken on Saturday. Panic buying appears to be all too common these
days. Sporting fixtures, meetings and conferences have been
cancelled. Travelling discouraged. So far there is tremendous public
sympathy. But not for long. There is already talk of redundancies and
laying off of staff in some industries. To cap it all the local
councils have taken on the most draconian of measures. I tried to
take my dog for a walk in the local park on Saturday afternoon only
to be confronted by signs that I would face a five thousand pound
fine! The last time any cloven hoofed animal was anywhere near that
park was over a hundred years ago. It will be longer before one is
ever there again. This is a small patch of green in a built up area.
I fail to see the logic. Others have told me similar stories. I
understand that even some skateboard parks have been closed. Common
sense appears to be burning on the pyres along with the beasts.

I was sad to learn of the sudden death of Richard O'Grady, Director
of Glasgow zoo. My sympathies are extended to his friends and family.

Foot-and-mouth costs koalas their eucalyptus leaves

Scientists Devise Technique That Allows Zebrafish to Replace Mouse as
Key Lab Animal in Gene Modification Research

Sssssnakes alive! Zoo gets South American water snakes from trip to
Trinidad and Tobago
(Cameron Park Zoo)

Barnyard Genetics
(Baton Rouge Zoo)

Big cat paw prints found in Cornwall

Persian squirrels given asylum
(Tel Aviv Zoo)

Hormone levels in whale feces may offer clues to pregnancies
(New England Aquarium)

Rare White Lions Born in S.Africa

Exotic Animals May Miss Feeding Time at the Zoo

Animal species under threat

UK foot-and-mouth round-up

Take Note: Zoo Lets Visitors Overcome Fears of Good, Bad & Ugly
Pittsburgh Zoo & Aquarium

Glasgow zoo chief dies after collapse

Camden County invites Phila. Zoo to expand there

New trustees appointed to zoo board
(Louisville Zoo)

Zoo program releases rare Hawaiian birds into the wild
(San Diego Zoo)

Sabah's first zoo to open next year

Zoo donates bison to nature conservancy
(Lee Richardson Zoo)

Zoo to update master plan
(Wildwood Zoo)

English vet set to end Moscow walruses' tuskache

Man braves lion's den before drowning
(Moscow Zoo)

Cincinnati Zoo spent funds at Hooters, audit shows,1249,255009048,00.html?

53-year-old hippo euthanized
(Dallas Zoo),2107,500457706-500696104-

Fourth wolf shot in Norway


If you know a story I have missed this week do drop me a line with
the full web address and I will try and include it next week.

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Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe.


The National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association will be holding NWRA
Symposium 2001 on March 13-17, 2001 at Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA. For
more information contact:
Barbara Suto, Symposium Coordinator
NWRA Central Office
14 North 7th Ave.
St. Cloud, Minnesota USA 56303-4766
Phone (320) 259-4086


International Colloquium on the Biology of the Soricidae II

Powdermill Biological Station, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
14-18 October 2002

Website and Registration:

AZA Bear Taxon Advisory Group

Bear Essentials: Back To The Basics Of Bear Care
April 27-30, 2001
Detroit Zoo

"Bear Essentials" is the theme for the Bear TAG workshops. The goal
of this 5th workshop is to provide guidance in the basics of bear
care. Back to the Basics will talk about the basics of bear care in
husbandry, veterinary care, nutrition and maternal management. The
very popular conservation section of the workshop will be continued
with talks on Black and Polar Bears.

The Program Committee is currently taking abstracts for review until
April 1, 2001. Abstracts should be limited to one or two paragraph,
should describe in detail the significance of the presentation topic,
and briefly list the results, conclusions or benefits of the work
described. Upon acceptance or a paper or workshop abstract, a letter
of notification will be mailed to the presenter.

For more information about the workshop, to register or to mail in an
abstract, please contact:

Diana Weinhardt
Bear TAG Chair
Houston Zoo
1513 N. Mac Gregor
Houston, TX 77030


North American River Otter Husbandry Notebook, 2nd Edition

The 2nd Edition of the North American River Otter Husbandry Notebook
is now available. This updated and expanded 283 page volume contains
contributions from several authors. Information is divided into 17
chapters on: Taxonomy; Distribution; Status; Identification &
Description; Behavior, Social Organization & Natural History;
Reproduction; Captive Management; Hand-Rearing; Feeding & Nutrition;
Health Care; Behavioral & Environmental Enrichment; Training or
Behavioral Modification; North American River Otters in European
Institutions; Rehabilitators and Otter Resources; Websites, On-Line
Education and Useful Addresses; Otter Tales and Legends; General
Bibliography. This volume is available at a cost of $20.00 plus
$2.50 shipping (U.S.), $5.00 (Canada), $12.00 (overseas).
All funds raised will be contributed to the American Association of
Zoos and Aquariums' (AZA) Otter SSP. For additional information
contact: Jan Reed-Smith, or send a check made
payable to John Ball Zoo Society, Attn. Otter Husbandry Notebook,
John Ball Zoo, 1300 W.Fulton, Grand Rapids, MI 49504.

International Zoo News Vol.48/1 (No. 306) January/February 2001

Articles include:

Half a Century of International Zoo News- Anniversary Messages

International Zoo News – the First Two Years

The Arks of Beijing

Columbids and Psittacines in Japanese Zoos, 1997

Recent Zoo books in German and Dutch: Sources for Historical Studies

Some Notes on Cuban Zoos

For subscription information please write to International Zoo News,
80 Cleveden Road, Chichester, West Sussex. PO19 2HF United Kingdom
Or e-mail


Animal Keepers' Forum Vol.28 No. 3 March 2001

Articles include:

Enrichment Options

Ground Transportation Tips

Wildlife Capture Course in South Africa

Howler Monkey Births in Belize Zoo

Observations of Captive Breeding in Yellow-billed Storks

The Water Column (Importance of pH)

And much more.

For subscription and other details please write to American
Association of Zoo Keepers Inc., 3601 S.W. 29th Street, Suite 133,
Topeka, KS 66614, USA
Or visit the website:

World Pheasant Association News No 64 February 2001

Articles include:

Conservation of Pheasants in Kumaon Himalaya

Captive breeding helps science

Social Organisation and feeding behaviour of free ranging blue peafowl

The research on Sclaters monal

Interim report on the study of the social system of Tibetan eared-

Final report on the distribution of the genus Lophophorus

World Pheasant Association
PO Box 5
Lower Basildon
or visit:


Experience "Zoo Africa", Munda Wanga, Zambia.

Three week volunteer opportunities available for those interested in
gaining hands on experience at a third world Zoo, finding its feet
after years of neglect. Interested? send for more information.
Contact Sarah Wagner. Limited places available for 2001.

Munda Wanga Trust
PO Box 38267
Tel: 00-260-1-278456
Fax: 00-260-1-278529


Zoo Staff Personals
Looking for work? Someone to travel with? Somewhere to stay? Let me
know and I will post it here.

One of my keepers, Sarah Lawrence, has resigned and will be making a
once in a lifetime trip around the world. She will be travelling on a
very limited budget (don't all zoo staff?). She will be in Singapore
22nd to 24th March and is looking for cheap accommodation and someone
to show her round zoo etc. If you are in a position to help please e-
mail me and I will pass your message on. Thanks.
Peter Dickinson


Situations Vacant
(Please mention you saw the advertisement in ZooNews Digest should
you apply for any of these posts, many thanks) Do you have a vacancy
to advertise? Please email me.
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Education Officer (Summer 2001)
(Temporary: 2nd April - 2nd Sept)

The Education Department requires a fifth Education Officer to assist
with the busiest teaching months(April to July 2001) and with public
education activities (July-Sept), 5 days a week. Applicants will be
required to teach sessions within the Zoo purpose-built Education
Centre, on a range of topics, to groups of varying age and ability.
Good communication skills and basic animal/conservation knowledge
essential. Closing date for completed application forms, Monday 19th
March. Interviews will be held on Weds 21st March and Thursday 22nd
March and the appointment begins on Monday 2nd April.

Interested applicants please contact: Education Department, Bristol
Zoo Gardens, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3HA,Tel: 0117 970 6176, email: ; no later than March 15th for an
application form.


BANHAM ZOO requires an Experienced Primate Keeper Banham Zoo is a
progressive wildlife collection committed to staff development and
training. In 2000 the Zoo was rated by the WHICH? report to be the
3rd best zoological collection in the UK.We have a large and varied
primate collection and are looking for a motivated Primate Keeper to
join our team. Experience with Lemurs and Callitrichids would be an
advantage and an interest in environmental enrichment an absolute
necessity. The successful applicant will need to demonstrate
excellent communication and husbandry skills and have a flexible
approach to animal management. The ability to supervise a small,
dedicated team of keepers in providing the best possible husbandry,
as directed by our Head Keeper, is essential and the Zoo Animal
Management certificate would be desirable. Accommodation is
available if required.If you have the skills we require and would
like to join us please apply in writing enclosing a current CV:Mike
Woolham, Assistant Zoo Animal Manager, Banham Zoo, The Grove, Banham,
Norwich, NR16 2HE.

Aviculturist / Lorikeet Aviary
Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, CA.

Aviculturist/Lorikeet Aviary (2 positions): Requires Bachelor's
degree in biological sciences or related field. Sufficient quality
and quantity of equivalent experience will be considered as
substitution for degree. Must have experience with the husbandry and
biology of Psittacines in general with preference towards Lorikeets
(Trichoglossus sp.).

Responsibilities will include husbandry care (including behavioral
training), medical treatments, exhibit maintenance and record keeping
of a large walk-through aviary. A background in operant conditioning
is desired. Additionally, public presentations are a key component
of our exhibits and this position requires engaging the guests daily
in a professional and entertaining manner. The position will require
long hours of standing/walking and the ability to lift and carry up
to 50 lbs. These are immediate fill positions.

Please send letter/resume/ three references/salary history to: Human
Resources Department, Aquarium of the Pacific, 310 Golden Shore,
Suite 300, Long Beach, CA 90802. . Fax: 562-951-1669; e-mail:


Blackpool Zoo
Seasonal Education Assistants

Blackpool Zoo Education department are looking for up to 5 dynamic
and gifted education staff to assist the education officer, in the
preparation and delivery of this years education and events program.

Working in our newly expanded education department, you will be
responsible for delivering public presentations, the new schools
programme plus assisting with weekend and holiday events and general
administration duties.
You will have a friendly and outgoing personality and an enthusiasm
for conservation education.
Knowledge of the zoo world will help you integrate messages of
conservation into the work of the department.
A Zoology degree or other related degree would assist you to deliver
the sessions with the appropriate accuracy.
You will have experience of working with children and /or the general

Days of work will vary, but hours will be about 30 per week
Pay will be approximately £4.60 per hour

For an informal discussion, an application form and /or further
details please phone NAN SWANNIE (Education Officer) on (01253) 830
805 or Write to Nan Swannie at Blackpool Zoo, East Park Drive,
Blackpool FY3 8PP

Closing date for applications: 23rd March 2001
Proposed interview date: 30th March 2001


A temporary Keeper position is available at Edinburgh Zoo for 12
weeks,beginning early March 2001. For further information and to make
an application, please contact Martin Gibbons, Animal Conservation
and Research Dept., Edinburgh Zoo, telephone 0131 314 0314 or by 5th March.



We are looking for three experienced members of staff, preferably
with the City & Guilds Certificate in Animal Management, who are
familiar with accepted husbandry practices and standards, and have an
interest in breeding programmes and conservation:

BIRD KEEPER for the Tropical Bird House

AQUARIST for the Aquarium


Starting salary is dependent on relevant experience and

Please send a curriculum vitae with covering letter to the Personnel
Department, London Zoo, Regent's Park, London NW1 4RY. Tel:
0207-449-6253. Email -

OFFICER to help improve the quality of animal care and exhibition in
NSW zoos, wildlife parks and circuses. This is an excellent
opportunity to play a critical role in developing standards for
keeping and displaying exhibited animals and in developing
appropriate standards of skill and qualification for industry members.

Orange. Position No: Ag 01/02/031. Total Remuneration package valued
up to $73,932 (Salary $35,203-$46,967 with progression to $67,610
subject to meeting certain criteria). Develops standards and training
for animal exhibitors and oversees review of licensing applications.
Selection Criteria: Degree level relevant tertiary qualifications or
equivalent. Commitment to improving animal care and exhibition in
zoos, wildlife parks, and circuses. Familiarity with wild animal
keeping/exhibition techniques. Awareness of factors which influence
animal welfare. Superior written and verbal communication skills,
including technical report-writing, liaison, presentation, and
ability to deal with sensitive issues. Supervision skills.
Demonstrated capacity to work within a team environment. Capacity and
willingness to be authorised as an Exhibited Animals Protection Act
(EAPA) inspector. Current drivers licence. Preferably you will have:
Appreciation of adult learning/education and administrative law
principles. Capacity to assess animal exhibits for compliance with
Contact: For common selection criteria see NSW Agriculture's website:
Inquires and Information Packages: Mr M Crane on 61-2- 63913716 or Mr
R Burton on 61-2-63913324. Applications marked "Confidential"
(quoting Pos No) to: Recruitment Manager, NSW Agriculture, Locked Bag
21, Orange NSW 2800 Australia. Closing date: 9 March 2001.



2 Mammal Keepers needed to expand the growing team at South Lakes.
Some experience with White Rhino, Giraffe, Primates, Bears and Cats
an advantage. For further details and conditions contact: Roy Pirie,
Admin Dept.South Lakes Wild Animal Park,Dalton-in Furness, Cumbria
LA15 8JR.
Closing date for applications. MARCH 16th 2001




Requirements :-
Proven administration experience at a senior level, preferably gained
in business, diplomatic or scientific fields.

Experience in implementing and managing business plans.

Well developed liaison competence – good communication skills

Computer literacy.

Exposure to conservation issues

Willingness to travel is essential.

Willingness to settle in one of the following locations: Minneapolis
(USA), London (UK), Vienna (Austria) or Berne (Switzerland).


Facilitate an active relationship amongst all regions.

Co-ordinate all marketing activities.

Monitor and implement membership services and activities.

Lobby governments, international institutions and business.

Raise funds for the organisation.

Contact: Willie Labuschagne, President, World Association of Zoos
and Aquariums. P.O. Box 754, Pretoria, 0001, South Africa. Fax: +
2712 323-4540. E-mail: Closing date: 15th March 2001


For the most up to date links to sites advertising Zoo work go to:


International Congress on Testudo
7 – 10 March 2001
For further info contact:
Or visit

13th Non-Domestic Neonatal Symposium
7th March 2001
San Diego
For further information contact:

The Dallas Zoo presents a
to study endangered wildlife in Mexico
March 10-23, 2001
For further information please contact Wanda Weaver at (214) 670-6833
or e-mail Leanne at

3rd IMATA Regional Meeting Europe
(International Marine Animal Trainers Association)
Genova Aquarium
13th March 2001
For further information please contact:
Sabrina Labberte
+39.039.6612829 phone / fax

Seminar on keeping otters in captivity
14th - 16th March 2001
German Otter Centre
For further details please contact Aktion Fischotterschutz, OTTER-
ZENTRUM,29386 Hankensbüttel, Germany, Fax +49-5832-980851, e-mail:

23rd - 25th March 2001
Hosted by the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs, Colorado
To be held at the DoubleTree Hotel 1-800-222-TREE
For complete up to date information and/or registration, please
see our website at -or- the January 2001

2001 Annual ASZK/ARAZPA Conference
"Zoos as Ecotourism Destinations"
26th - 30th March 2001
Western Plains Zoo
Dubbo, New South Wales
For further information
or visit:

Riddle's Second Elephant Ultrasound Workshop
28 March - 1st April 2001
For further info please e-mail:

Second European Zoo Nutrition Conference
6 - 9th April 2001
United Kingdom
For further information contact:
or visit:
or by post/fax to: Zoo Nutrition 2001,
Marwell Zoological Park, Owslebury, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 1JH,
United Kingdom. Fax: (0) 1962 777511.

Information Technology Conference
22nd – 25th April 2001
National Aquarium
For more information on the conference, please visit

AZA Central Workshop April 26-28, 2001
26th - 28th April 2001
Hosted by the Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak,
To be held at the Hotel Pontchartrain in Detroit call
1-877-965-9464 for reservations. For complete up to date
information and/or registration, please see our Web site at –or- the January 2001 Communiqué.

26th Conference -- Animal Transportation Association
29 Apr - 2 May 2001
Toronto, Canada

Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Federation of Zoological
Gardens of Great Britain and Ireland
London Zoo
United Kingdom
10th - 13th May 2001
For further info contact:

British Veterinary Zoological Society
"Zoo & Wildlife Care in the 21st Century"
Bristol Zoo Gardens
Clifton, Bristol
United Kingdom
12th - 13th May 2001
For registration details contact Derek Lyon MRCVS at 7, Bridgewater
Mews, Gresford Heath, Pandy, Wrexham LL12 8EQ. Email
TEL NO:- 01978 852866 FAX: 01978 852065
To present a paper, or discuss how you can contribute to this
meeting, please contact Sharon Redrobe MRCVS at Bristol Zoo Gardens,
Bristol BS8 3HA, Email, Fax 0870 133 8308,
Tel 0117 970 6176
See also the British Veterinary Zoological Society Website at

Thirteenth International Conference on Bear Management and Research
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA
21 - 25 May 2001
For further info visit:

29th - 31st May 2001
Simon Bolivar Zoo
For further info contact Sonia Alziper on:
Pre-registration e-mail address:
If you have questions about the workshop, housing or tours,
contact Pat Quillen at e-mail : or fax: (760)
749 - 1324

2001 International Conference on Exotics (ICE2001)
31 May - 3 June 2001
Lago Mar Resort
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
For further info contact:
or visit:

Attached to the above meeting on May 30th there be a wetlab on
Ultrasound Interpretation in Exotic Species. Contact: for further info.
And a TWO day exotic species endoscopy lab preceding the conference
program. For further info contact

3rd Regional Conference on Marketing in Zoos
Loro Parque
1 – 2 June 2001
For further info contact:

International Elephant and Rhino Research Symposium
Vienna Zoo Schoenbrunn
7 – 11 June 2001
For further info contact:
Or visit

Protea Keurbooms River Lodge near Plettenberg Bay
South Africa
19 - 22 JUNE 2001
For further info visit:

Riddle's Third Elephant Ultrasound Workshop
20 June - 24 June 2001
For further info please e-mail:

Endangered Species Conservation and Zoos
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust Summer School
16 July - 3 August 2001
For further info contact:

The 8th International Waterfowl and Wetlands Symposium
Hyatt Regency, Washington
in Washington D. C.,
20 - 22 July 2001
For further info contact:
or visit: (after January 15, 2001).
or write to:
Brenda Carlson
Ducks Unlimited
One Waterfowl Way
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
(901) 758-3707
(A Latin American and Caribbean Waterfowl Conference Workshop will be
held on the day prior to the symposium

The International Society for Anthrozoology
2nd - 4th August 2001
Details about the conference and abstract submittal can be found at
the ISAZ website

1st – 5th September 2001

European Zoo Educators Congress 2001
Marwell Zoological Park
6 - 10 September 2001
For further info contact:

Amazon Ungulate Workshop
Cartagena de Indias
10 - 14 September 2001
For further info visit:

The 6th European Squirrel Workshop
11th to 13th September 2001
Acqui Terme (Alessandria)
For further info visit:

Zoo Collectors Meeting
15 - 16 September 2001
London, UK
(Details when I have them)

Incubation and Fertility Research Group 2001
17th - 18th September 2001
St Edmunds Hall
University of Oxford
For further info visit:
or e-mail:

EAZA Conference 2001
18th - 23rd September
For registration and other details please visit:
EAZA office.

World Pheasant Association International Annual Convention
29th – 30th September 2001
Jersey Zoo
For further information:

AAZK 2001 National Conference
30th September – 4th October
Toronto, Ontario
For more information please visit:
or e-mail:

Elasmobranch Husbandry Symposium
3 - 7th October 2001
For further info visit:

5th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment
Taronga Zoo
4 - 9 November 2001
For further info contact:
Or visit

First International Tapir Symposium
4th - 8th November 2001
San Jose
Costa Rica
For further info visit:

Committing to Conservation Conference
28th November - 2nd December 2001
Brevard Zoo
Melbourne, Florida
For further info contact:

Fourth World Congress of Herpetology
2 - 9 December 2001
Sri Lanka
Please pre-register at website:

23 International Ornithological Congress
11 - 17 August 2002
For further info contact:
or visit:
or write/phone/fax
Mr. LIU Feng, IOC2002/CICCST, 86 Xueyuan Nan Road, Beijing 100081,
Fax: (86-10) 6218 0142 Tel. (86-10) 6217 4952

Vth International Parrot Convention
19 – 22 September 2002
Puerto de la Cruz
Tenerife, Spain
For further info visit:

First International Conference on Zookeeping
The Netherlands
(Details when available)

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