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Southeast Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association
We are SEAZA.
We are a group of zoos and aquariums working on continuously improving animal welfare, biodiversity conservation, and public awareness through our work within and beyond our institutions.
This event has been postponed due to CoViD-19.
3 to 7 July 2020
Taipei Zoo, Taiwan
Taipei Zoo, the Southeast Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association (SEAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) are pleased to announce that the 2020 GREAT APE Husbandry & Health Workshop will take place at Taipei Zoo from 3 to 7 July 2020, Taiwan.
The workshop will cover a broad scale of topics. Below are the topics during the 5-day workshop (may change):
3 July: Regional Breeding Program, Husbandry Guideline, Best Practice Guideline
4 July: Welfare, Keeper care, Housing, Handling, Training, Enrichment
5 July: Health, Nutrition
6 July: In situ conservation & research
7 July: Local site visit and discussion
Registration fee is US$ 250.00 inclusive of souvenirs, lunches, coffee breaks, and dinners (welcome, middle, farewell).
ZIMS Provisional Data Entry Training Workshop
One-Day Seminar Held Quarterly
Session 1: 25 March | Session 2: 12 June | Session 3: 25 September | Session 4: 20 November
Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826
Wildlife Reserves Singapore will be conducting Zoological Information Management Software (ZIMS) Provisional Data Entry Trainings and we would like to extend our invite to interested participants from SEAZA member zoos to join us.
This in-house course aims to touch upon the beginning of ZIMS, usage of the database, analyzing of its data and much more. The training allows participants to explore the database and its functionalities, and deeply understand information of their animals such like birth details, pedigree, reports and weight comparison chart using global data. There will be hands-on activities where participants can practice entering data of their animals such as animal lengths, identifiers, contraceptions and much more.
The one-day workshop will be available every quarter and there will be 4 sessions for interested participants to consider. Interested participants who are keen to attend Session 1 are encouraged to register no later than 6 March 2020. Limited space is available, so you are strongly encouraged to register early!
Registration fees have been supported by Wildlife Reserves Singapore and covers:
1. Workshop Venue
2. Meals (tea and lunch) on the training day
Register by filling out this form and sending it to any of the officers below:
We look forward to seeing you in Singapore!
15 April 2019
The SEAZA Species Management Committee has made available to members of the Association the Species Management Programme for the Orangutan. Read more...
Access to this document is exclusive to SEAZA members. Please register through the Members Area.
27 March 2019
The Southeast Asian Zoos and Aquariums Association, through its Animal Welfare and Ethics Committee, has released and implemented in 2019 its Code of Welfare and Ethics, Welfare Standards and Welfare Standards Checklist in response to the need to promote and practice high standards of animal welfare among its members in the region. Read more...