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2020 ASZK Annual General Meeting

Due to the cancellation of the 2020 ASZK conference in Rockhampton, the ASZK was unable to hold its 2020 annual general meeting in present attendance. The AGM will now be held via a virtual platform (Zoom) on Sunday 2nd August, 2020, at 11 am AEST. All ASZK members are invited to attend the meeting to […]

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Animal Care Professionals Survey

The University of Tasmania is conducting research in to the resilience, wellbeing and mental health needs of animal care professionals. The study hopes to: Identify resilience and wellbeing (both positive and negative) of animal care professionals in Australia. Identify what individual and workplace resources would benefit these individuals. Develop readily accessible resources to promote resilience […]

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Des Spittall Scholarship for Keeper Development

 DES SPITTALL SCHOLARSHIP for KEEPER DEVELOPMENT – Applications OPEN now! The Australasian Society of Zookeeping operates and manages the annual ‘Des Spittall Scholarship for Keeper Development’, which is available to any ASZK member who has been a financial member for two years or more. The annual scholarship is named in honour of the late Des […]

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2020 ASZK Photography Competition!

Fancy yourself as a bit of an aspiring wildlife photographer? How would you like to see your very own shots on the front cover of the Thylacinus for all ASZK members to see? It’s simple, the competition is open to anyone, so feel free to share with your friends. Here is all you need to […]

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Enrichment Survey – Big Cats

Charles Darwin University are conducting research in to environmental enrichment practices in zoos and other captive facilities. The research will span across multiple taxa, but is currently focusing on big cats. CDU has asked for our members to participate in a short survey. The below is from researcher Kat Tuite: The purpose of the research […]

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