Meet our Newest Recruit
Kanyana Wildlife is pleased to introduce Noba, the newest member of our education team. Noba is a male woylie
Positive Report From Zoo and Aquarium Association Review
Kanyana hosted a site review by the ZAA Accreditation Manager, and in February received the results…
Enrichment – the Secret to our Success
Whether attending to an orphaned magpie or a sensitive, breeding woylie, enrichment is vitally important to the long-term health and welfare of any animal
Governor of Western Australia now the Patron of Kanyana Wildlife
Kanyana Wildlife is delighted to announce the patronage of Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson, AO, Governor of Western Australia.
January School Holiday Program a Success
During the scorching hot January days of 2015, Kanyana Wildlife’s School Holiday Program was run with brilliant success, and with over one hundred enrolments.
Kanyana Wildlife Hospital Water Birds with Avian Botulism
As summer progresses, the Kanyana Wildlife hospital sees a rise in the admission of water birds with botulism.
Parasites and Poo – a look down the microscope
Have you ever wondered what parasites infect our native wildlife? Join the Kanyana microscopy team to find out about the history of microscopes, view plant and animal tissue, and even Read More…
Become a Volunteer
There is a job for everyone over the age of 16 years at Kanyana. Hard working volunteers look after more than 2400 animals every year, and then there is the education team, enrichment, transport, maintenance, gardening and more! You don’t need any experience to volunteer. Click here to register for the information night.