Zoos Victoria has collaborated with recovery teams and experts from around Australia to determine the projects required to progress the conservation efforts for some of Australia’s most vulnerable species. The result is the development of the 2019-2024 Wildlife Conservation Master Plan is the way forward to protecting the future of species.
The monumental document highlights exactly what it will take to stop wildlife extinction. It details the financial commitment, resources and collaboration required. In the past five years, working together, Zoos Victoria has made a difference for local and international species – from cracking the code of breeding the critically endangered Baw Baw Frog, to celebrating the first ever zoo birth of a Guthega Skink and nearing the threshold of recovery success for the Eastern Barred Bandicoot on mainland Victoria. Imagine what is possible in the next five years.
Zoos Victoria is calling on the business sector, philanthropist and wider community to get involved and help save these iconic species for future generations to enjoy.
You can help us carry our our plan to fight wildlife extinction by donating to Zoos Victoria.