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
Jurong Bird Park recently welcomed a baby boom in the form of three adorable King penguin chicks, hatched across a span of three weeks
The world’s first nocturnal wildlife park marked its silver anniversary with a celebration graced by Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Ms Grace Fu and 55 guests from the Movement of the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MINDS) and their families.
A pair of one of the world’s rarest raptors, the Philippine Eagle, will make Singapore its home this year. A Wildlife Loan Agreement for the two eagles was inked today, between Jurong Bird Park and the Philippines’ Department of Environment and Natural Resources, represented by Dr Cheng Wen-Haur, Deputy CEO and Chief Life Sciences Officer from Wildlife Reserves Singapore (WRS) and Secretary Roy Cimatu, respectively.
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.