Search Results for 'zoos'

Group: Animal Behavior
Welcome to the Animal Behavior and Enrichment section of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies! We are pleased to provide you with the most current behavioral information related to pets, farm and zoo animals, marine mammals, animals in shelters and…
Resource: Providing Enrichment at No Cost, Part I
Animal Behavior article about Phoenix Zoo keepers who have invented more enrichment techniques, keeping our motto, behavioral enrichment at no cost
Resource: Providing Enrichment at No Cost, Part II
T he Phoenix Zoo is a private, non-tax- supported organization, which means we have to be very careful of how the budget is spent. The keepers feel responsible for helping the zoo in every way, including determining ways to decrease expenses, especially …
Resource: Training Two Coyotes (Canis latrans)
The Phoenix Zoo provides training and behavioral enrichment programs for its animals with the goals of elevating the welfare of the animals and engaging our guests. The behavioral management program utilizes keepers, interns, volunteers, docents and stude…
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