Wildlife Tourism on Public and Private Lands

Free Webinar: 11.00am (Brisbane time) Wednesday 29 June 2022 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr Hector Ceballos-Lascurain (see below) Contact chair@wildlifetourismaustralia.org.au for details on how to join. Viewing a king parrot at O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat, a...

Is Iran a Safe Destination for Wildlife-Watching?

[Please note: views expressed in this article are those of the author, and situations can change rapidly at times. Please check your government’s recommendations before travel, bearing in mind they do often err on the side of caution in their efforts to keep...

Call for papers WTA conference 2022

We are now accepting abstracts for the conference We welcome presentations of the themes as listed on the main conference page. These can be : Academic research on benefits of wildlife tourism to wildlife (both positive and negative results – it’s useful...

Innovation during Covid: new markets and products

Wendy Bithell of Vision Walks has found a way to manage very well during lockdown and beyond This free webinar was held on Tuesday 8th March 2022 Engaging domestic travellers when internationals aren’t comingKeeping afloat through the tough timesPredicting what...

International Webinar on Wildlife Tourism

Prof Noel Scott, University of the Sunshine Coast, represented Wildlife Tourism Australia as well as USC at this event recently The Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Studies (SDAL) Faculty of MIPA UNNES in collaboration with Tanjung Puting National Park...

New book: Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, by Albert Teo

Ronda J Green Would you like to watch a wild orangutan mother building a nest for herself and her baby? A family of proboscis monkeys, with the strange, large noses, feeding in the trees nay the river as your boat quietly glides closer? Rhinoceros hornbills, pigmy...