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...

IUCN adopts Sustainable Tourism as a Theme

Ronda J Green, PhD Wildlife Tourism Australia’s interest in sustainable tourism Tourism can impose many impacts on wildlife and local human communities, certainly not all good. On the other hand it can bring benefits to both. Wildlife Tourism Australia has held...

Wildlife with a popularity problem

12.00noon to 1.30pm (Adelaide time) 27th September 2021 Free Webinar followed by Wildlife Tourism Australia’s AGM NOTE: a more detailed report will be available soon Some animals are loved by almost everyone – koalas, quokkas, fairy-wrens etc. Others tend...

Overcoming hurdles: Webinars June 2021

Scroll down for abstracts and pdf’s of presentationsPlease feel free to join the discussion by posting comments Wildlife Tourism: Overcoming Hurdles Marine turtle workshops 1 and 2 See: https://www.wildlifetourism.org.au/turtle-workshops-june-2021/,...