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
See how we contribute to wildlife protection through research and funding initiatives in Singapore and across the region.
Discover how our parks serve as outdoor classrooms where students can appreciate the wonders of nature and wildlife.
Celebrated every year on 20 March, World Oral Health Day aims to raise awareness of the importance of oral health. Like humans, good dental health not only enables animals to perform the essential life-sustaining activity of eating, it also provides a window to their overall health. With about 15,000 animals in its care, Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) conducts more than 800 dental health checks every year to ensure the wellbeing of its animals by helping them to maintain good oral health.
The end of the decade brought many new beginnings for Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) as Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, and River Safari collectively welcomed over 660 newborns and hatchlings. They represent 121 species, and of 2019’s new additions, 25 species are listed as threatened under the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species.
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.