The fun begins as soon as you step foot through the Zoo's Main Entrance! Don't look down or you might miss our famous Macaw Flyover presented by Spirit Airlines! Guests will see our flock of colorful macaws as they fly over the entrance, around Manatee Circle, stopping for a photo op, and then heading back up the path into the Florida realm. You can see many of these species, including the panther, manatees and black bears, here in the Native Florida Wildlife habitat at ZooTampa. Straz, Jr.
African Hornbills - California Breeders Union
Enjoy our dinner cruise with unobstructed views. Set your soul and taste afire! We will visit two different islands and two different snorkeling spot. Our Similan Tour is a early bird tour to avoid the crowds. On this 2 days and 1 night expedition you have the best chance to see wild animals like: Wilde Elephants, Gaur, Hornbills, Gibbons, Muntjaks deers , boars, monitor lizards, monkeys and many more.
The government pressed ahead with a revised law — passed in — that still left the door open for commercial exploitation of tigers and other threatened wildlife. In , the government took a leap in the wrong direction when a year ban on the use of tiger bone and rhino horn in traditional medicine was repealed, replaced by a new directive which allowed use of captive-bred tiger bone and rhino horn in some circumstances. Despite statements that implementation of the new policy was to be delayed, a continued failure to adopt an unambiguous ban and phase out commercial breeding is still putting tigers and rhinos at risk. In , the emergence of COVID and reported links to wildlife trade provided the government with a greater impetus to address the risks of commercial exploitation of wildlife, and another revision to the Wildlife Protection Law was announced in February A revised draft was published in October
There is no more iconic symbol of wildlife conservation than the noble elephant that marches the plains of Africa and the jungles of Asia. However, while the elephant is admired everywhere for its intelligence and emotional complexity, it is under assault from all sides and is tragically facing extinction. And, if findings from a recent conservation conference in Botswana are to be believed, this is something which could happen as soon as , leaving us precious little time to act.