Indonesia/Australia tourism resilience program
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
8M ago
Story-telling community tourism Dr Aise Kim (Secretary WTA) Australia-Indonesia Tourism Forum  Tuesday, 6 June, 2023 Bradley Forum (Level 5), Hawke Building, UniSA  (City West Campus, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide) The storytelling tour marketing events were organised to offer an informative, engaging and valuable discussion forum and networking opportunity to the tourism industry professionals for storytelling tour development.  As […] The post Indonesia/Australia tourism resilience program first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Christmas Island – Australia’s Gem In The Indian Ocean
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Irene Isaacson
1y ago
Welcome to Christmas Island. Looking down at a working commercial jetty, I am awestruck by the vista. It is surrounded by aqua blue ocean with shallow coral reefs reaching the shoreline. And the sky is a matching crystal blue…  It is hot and very humid, but with a welcoming soft breeze. Silently pondering this awesome […] The post Christmas Island – Australia’s Gem In The Indian Ocean first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Managing wildlife watching tourism: seal watching in Iceland
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
1y ago
What does a responsible framework for managing wildlife watching tourism look like? The case of seal watching in Iceland By Jessica Aquino, jessica@holar.is I have worked in Iceland for the past six years as an Assistant Professor at Hólar University and as Head of Tourism Research at the Icelandic Seal Center. The question, “what does […] The post Managing wildlife watching tourism: seal watching in Iceland first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Wildlife Tourism on Public and Private Lands
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
1y ago
Free Webinar: 11.00am (Brisbane time) Wednesday 27 June 2022 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr Hector Ceballos-Lascurain Background Wildlife tourism can be conducted wherever there is wildlife, whether captive or in the wild. It may be experienced: for a couple of hours or more during a day-trip specifically designed as a wildlife or nature-based experience for a short […] The post Wildlife Tourism on Public and Private Lands first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Is Iran a Safe Destination for Wildlife-Watching?
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
[Please note: views expressed in this article are those of the author, and situations can change rapidly at times. Please check your government’s recommendations before travel, bearing in mind they do often err on the side of caution in their efforts to keep travellers safe. In all travels it is also advisable to seek local […] The post Is Iran a Safe Destination for Wildlife-Watching? first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Learning from the Success of Marine Turtle Conservation: Why Do People Volunteer?
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
By Edith Shum: edith.shum@my.jcu.edu.au  I was introduced to the human dimension in conservation during my graduate studies in Australia, and was surprised to see how few management decisions integrate human relationships with nature. When it comes to maximizing and sustaining conservation efforts in today’s growing environmental concern, we must move beyond conventional approaches and consider […] The post Learning from the Success of Marine Turtle Conservation: Why Do People Volunteer? first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Call for papers WTA conference 2022
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
We are now accepting abstracts for the conference We welcome: Academic research on benefits of wildlife tourism to wildlife (both positive and negative results – it’s useful to know what doesn’t work as well as what does) Academic research or personal observation of benefits to the tour operator of not only doing the right thing […] The post Call for papers WTA conference 2022 first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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Innovation during Covid: new markets and products
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
Free webinar in March. Engaging domestic travellers when international’s can’t arrive Keeping afloat through the tough times Predicting what may lay ahead? Details soon The post Innovation during Covid: new markets and products first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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International Webinar on Wildlife Tourism
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
Prof Noel Scott, University of the Sunshine Coast, represented Wildlife Tourism Australia as well as USC at this event recently The Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Studies (SDAL) Faculty of MIPA UNNES in collaboration with Tanjung Puting National Park Hall held an International Webinar “Wildlife Ecotourism”. The webinar held on October 21, 2021 online […] The post International Webinar on Wildlife Tourism first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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New book: Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, by Albert Teo
Wildlife Tourism Australia Blog
by Ronda Green
2y ago
Ronda J Green Would you like to watch a wild orangutan mother building a nest for herself and her baby? A family of proboscis monkeys, with the strange, large noses, feeding in the trees nay the river as your boat quietly glides closer? Rhinoceros hornbills, pigmy elephants, gliding snakes … a tremendous diversity of wildlife […] The post New book: Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, by Albert Teo first appeared on Wildlife Tourism Australia ..read more
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