Published four times a year and filled with news reports, feature articles and opinion pieces covering the wide spectrum of issues facing zoos and aquariums today

LATEST ZOOQUARIA: Issue 96, Spring 2017

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  • EAZA Strategy 2017-2020: Forward Thinking
  • How to hold a BioBlitz?
  • The practice of pinioning acorss the EAZA comunity
  • EAZA Members for global parrot conservation
  • Wild forest reindeer recovery in Finland
  • Zoo Karlsruhe protecting the Ecuadorian rainforest
  • Introducing the new Wildands Adventure Zoo in Emmen
  • Food for thought: review of the 9th European Zoo Nutrition Conference
  • Designing with zoos: a landscape architect perspective

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