Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks

by The Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
Bring Back Israel's Diving Ducks
May 27, 2015

Egg-citing news!

An egg being incubated in the breeding center
An egg being incubated in the breeding center

Hello Diving Duck supporters!

Since we last reported to you, our breeding core of Diving Ducks here at the Zoo has produced no less than 15 eggs! To ensure optimum chances for breeding success, all 15 eggs are being incubated in our breeding center.

In addition, to ensure appropriate genetic diversity within our breeding core, we recently welcomed a male-female pair of ducks from the United Kingdom.

If all goes well – as we hope it will – we plan to release the hatched chicks into the Hula Valley wetlands habitat in the Fall of this year. So, stay tuned for more news on that in our next report.  

Thank you all so much for your continued support of our conservation efforts for this species. Because Diving Ducks are migratory, even a small local conservation program can result in a larger global impact!

Warm Regards,

Nicole and the Avian Team at the Jerusalem Biblical Zoo

A duck from our breeding core in the Marsh Aviary
A duck from our breeding core in the Marsh Aviary
Diving Ducks are part of wetlands biodiversity
Diving Ducks are part of wetlands biodiversity

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The Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, the Biblical Zoo in Jerusalem

Location: Jerusalem, Israel - Israel
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Twitter: @BiblicalZoo
Project Leader:
Nicole Wexler
Jerusalem, Israel

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