How Behaviour Management Improves Animal Welfare – Karolina Westlund
Karolina has a solid background in ethology, but find that the best approach to behaviour management is interdisciplinary. It is when you
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Giant Otter Training: Active Participation in Captive Healthcare.
Abstract. After receiving 0.2 giant otters in 2013, the Birmingham Zoo implemented a proactive training program in order to assist
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Urgent: 30 vaquita porpoises left – your contribution is needed for the rescue!
IMATA (International Marine Mammal Trainers Association) has put up a fundraising campaign for an urgent rescue of the last remaining 30
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Thought for Behaviour: Negative Reinforcement… A Go or a No Go?
Negative Reinforcement; A Go or a No Go? I grew in a household together with my brother. We are actually
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When great conservation meets human selfishness
 Conservation of endangered species and environments is something I think should play a vital role in the work done by
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When zoos really matter – how we protected the last porpoises
I’m all for action and less for loose talk. I think I share this with a majority of the public,
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Thoughts for Behaviour: Who is Training Who?
Do you ever ask yourself the question, Who is training Who? Did you guys meet my brother yet? Ok, he is
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Thoughts for Behaviour: Enrichment in the life of our animals.
Enrichment in the life of our animals. Im from a family with 6 that’s parents included. When I was younger my
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Time to talk zoos – Fifth zoo revolution
Education, research and conservation – words we have used and taken for granted in the modern zoological society for years. The
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Thought for Behaviour: Putting Problem Solving in Perspective…
Problem Solving, its sometimes easier than you think. One of the last courses I give in our training program for
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