Institute News

June 20, 2017

Wildwatch Kenya Invites the Public to Help Researchers Track Giraffes and Other Wildlife—on a Computer Screen

 San Diego Zoo Global, today, introduced a new project that gives everyone with a computer...

June 19, 2017

In a remote area of northern Kenya, a team of conservationists and veterinarians are collaborating on a unique project that will allow them to gather in-depth information on the habits of Kenya’s threatened...

May 19, 2017

Birth of Southern White Rhino Calf at San Diego Zoo Safari Park Related to Change in Rhino Diet

A female southern white rhino calf, born April 30 to first-time mother Kiazi and...

May 12, 2017

It’s a big week for 25 endangered Pacific pocket mice, as they moved into their new home at Laguna Coast Wilderness Park. Conservationists from the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, the U.S....

May 09, 2017

Significant Data Collected During Treadmill Study

Tatqiq, a 16-year-old female polar bear at the San Diego Zoo, took huge strides for conservation last month when she voluntarily walked...

April 04, 2017

It’s an established fact that compatibility is important to humans when picking a mate—but conservationists have discovered that Homo sapiens aren’t the only species where well-matched personalities may make or...

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