To reduce human-elephant conflicts in Way Kambas National Park, Indonesia, WRS supports response units that monitor and safeguard the park's elephants.Find out more
Singapore Zoo’s animal icon Ah Meng the Sumatran orangutan turns eight today. To celebrate, she enjoyed a cool birthday treat – a colourful fruit ice pop lovingly prepared by her human carers and a crowd of adoring fans singing her a birthday song. Over a thousand online followers joined the party via Facebook Live on Wildlife Reserves Singapore’s Facebook page.
In what is believed to be a world’s first orthopaedic surgery of its kind, a rescued Sunda pangolin with a fractured femur was operated on and is now on his way to being rehabilitated and evaluated for release back into the wild. His story inspired Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) to yet again highlight the plight of the critically endangered Sunda pangolin, a species native to Singapore, in the Together for Wildlife 2019 campaign.
It is the first school holiday of the year in March, bring the flock to Jurong Bird Park and get wild with feathered friends in a carnival! Giddy up on animal rides, roll about in a giant tea cup carousel or take aim at the game booths to win prizes! Young ones can bounce to their hearts’ content at an inflatable pirate ship, or hop onto a paddle boat to have fun in the water.
Over a million animals are killed each year due to plastic waste. Find out how we are reducing plastic use at our parks, and how you too can play a part.
Reusing and recycling reduces the need for raw materials and improper disposal of waste. Find out about our reusing and recycling practices and easy ways you can do so at home.
Unsustainable sourcing of food and materials can irreparably damage our environment and biodiversity. Discover how we champion responsible purchasing and sustainable consumption within our parks, and how your shopping habits can affect wildlife.