Poznań zoo, Poznań , Poland
List of facts we found about Poznań zoo
Warsaw Zoological Garden and Poznań Zoo, in cooperation with two Polish societies for birds protection (Bocian and STOP) and Ukrainian ornithologists, have started a new reintroduction project for stone-curlew (Burhinus oedicnemus).
Garden and Poznań Zoo have had successful experiences in breeding stone-curlew in captivity. The goal of this project is to breed stone-curlew in a natural way and to release offspring (or whole families) into habitats where this species lived in the past.
Poznań Zoo has just received a gift of six eagles from the regional government of Lower Saxony. They had been confiscated by a special German animal security service whose business is the retrieval of smuggled animals. It took a year to identify the birds.
Poznań zoo and a ride on Maltanka: steam train and an electric tramcar. Return to Wolsztyn by timetabled steam train. Day 13 - Free day in Wolsztyn.
pair of the Hawk Owl Surnia ulula bred in the Poznań zoo was conducted (Cieślak & Kwieciński 2005). On the primaries moulted in the 2005 season growth bars were observed whose distribution was clearly related to the brood loss and repeated egg-laying in the season of 2004.
Poland, and in co-operation with the Poznań Zoo it is working on a project of captive breeding and reintroduction of the golden eagle.