- The NAG facilitates improved communication and coordination among nutritionists and those requiring nutrition information (i.e., AZA management groups, AZA member institutions).
- The NAG helps provide leverage for accomplishing projects, research and or dealing with zoo nutrition and industry problems.
San Diego Zoo – Exotic Animal Nutrition Fellowship 2015 - Exotic Animal Nutrition Fellowship 2015 A paid summer fellowship in the area of exotic animal nutrition, including both clinical and research aspects, is available to undergraduate students (Junior or Senior), recent college graduates (in the last 12 months), or current Read more
2015 NAG Conference on Zoo and Wildlife Nutrition - Join us in Portland, Oregon for the 11th Biennial AZA-NAG Conference! Sept. 26th, 2015 – Sept. 30th, 2015 Red Lion Hotel on the River Jantzen Beach Portland, Oregon USA Come visit us in the Land of Weird, Portland, Oregon, as Read more
ZWNF - The Zoo and Wildlife Nutrition Foundation supports the mission of the Nutrition Advisory Group. Read more
Job Posting: Indianapolis Zoo - The department of Veterinary and Nutrition Services at the Indianapolis Zoo seeks qualified candidates for a full time Nutrition Center Area Manager. The Zoo’s nutrition program is responsible for formulating specific diets for animals in the Zoo’s collection, developing and Read more
Case study: Seasonal diets for brown bears (Ursus arctos) at Brookfield Zoo: successful implementation led to reduced weight and improved behavior - Seasonal diets assist with maintaining a healthy weight Read more
Hemochromatosis (Iron Storage Disease) in Fruit Bats - Hidden sources of iron can lead to hemochromatosis Read more