Date and time

Sunday 15 August 2021

Price

FREE event

Location

At the zoo

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TOGETHER we can all help to save banteng, babirusa, anoa & Sumatran tiger!

Zoos, governments, conservationists and academics from around the world are joining forces to achieve greater impact through Action Indonesia, a global plan to protect four of Indonesia’s most impressive and threatened species.

Come to the zoo and celebrate the third International Action Indonesia Day on Sunday 15 August and join forces with over 60 international organisations working to save these species!

Join the fun and games at the zoo and TAKE ACTION for these amazing Indonesian animals….

 

10-11am: Action Indonesia
Meet the Rangers at the main entrance (near the Monkey house) to find out all about banteng, babirusa, anoa & Sumatran tiger and what makes them so special at our Action Indonesia artefacts table. Pick up your Action Indonesia collectors cards and colour in your own animal mask!

11.30am: Banteng Talk
Join our Zoo Ranger at the banteng habitat, Islands. Find out all about our banteng herd and why zoo herds are so important to the species’ conservation.

12pm: Babirusa & Anoa Talk
Join our Zoo Ranger and keeper for a talk and Q&A at the babirusa habitat, Islands. Find out all about our babirusa and anoa and how we work with conservationist in Indonesia to protect these amazing animals.

2.30- 3.30pm: Save The Forest Boardgame
Gather your herd and play our Save The Forest boardgame outside Sumba House, Islands. Discover the challenges banteng, babirusa, and Sumatran tiger face in their wild habitats and find out about the global efforts to save them.

SAVE the date and find out more about how you can help to protect banteng, babirusa, anoa and Sumatran tiger here!

NOW is the time to ACT FOR WILDLIFE. Conservation is CRITICAL; species are under threat. TOGETHER we can make a BIG difference. Take action TODAY and join us in PREVENTING EXTINCTION.

ACT FOR WILDLIFE

OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS WORK IN SIX REGIONS AROUND THE GLOBE – REPRESENTING SOME OF THE PLANET’S MOST BIODIVERSE HABITATS. Discover more about our SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION work.

THIS IS WHAT WE DO