captive-bred

captive-bred

adj
bred in captivity
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A recent report published by IFHC reveals a revolutionary success in their breeding programme by producing over 59,000 Houbara "Bustard" across their breeding centers; releasing thousands of captive-bred birds to help sustain existing wild populations; and expanding the number countries, including Pakistan, where the Houbara are being released.
A captive breeding programme will also be launched in partnership with the local uShaka Marine World theme park in Durban, with a view to subsequent release of captive-bred fish into all of the estuaries where the species has previously been reported.
Plans are under way to release captive-bred condors near the California-Oregon border in 2019.
Apo and situated within the Malagos Watershed, is home to 27 captive-bred eagles and other raptors and other species.
The other juvenile was the offspring of two captive-bred adults that were released at Melaleuca last spring.
This enclosure was created to imitate the natural habitat of this species with the idea of facilitating the eventual reintroduction of captive-bred individuals onto Isla San Esteban (Lawler et al.
The six female captive-bred bison from Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park, Kent, Highland Wildlife Park, Inverness-shire, and Fota Wildlife Park, Cork, Ireland, were transported to Vanatori Neamt Nature Park in Romania's Carpathian Mountains.
In 2013 captive-bred birds were provided to Kuwait and Yemen in a coordinated attempt at restoring resident, wild populations of houbara across the Arabian Peninsula, which were in historical decline as a result of poaching, unregulated hunting and habitat degradation.
London, Feb 1 ( ANI ): A project hopes to start releasing captive-bred birds into the wild by 2016, after experiencing the devastation wrought by a drug on Asian vulture populations.
ISLAMABAD -- After the devastation wrought by a drug on Asian vulture populations, a project hopes to begin releasing captive-bred birds into the wild by 2016, BBC reported.
Researchers release captive-bred cranes in Wisconsin and lead each class of newbies, just once, with an ultralight aircraft to Florida's Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge for the winter.