Avian Science and Conservation Centre


Established in 1973, the Avian Science and Conservation Centre's purpose is to foster a greater understanding of the biology, conservation, and management of birds through a multipurpose program of research and education. Major areas of research include behaviour, ecology, nutrition, toxicology, reproductive physiology, and parasitology of captive and wild birds, as well as captive breeding and management of endangered species. ASCC logo

Conservation of Endangered Species
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