After 16 amazing years coordinating Night Stalk, all good things must come to an end and as such, Perth Zoo will no longer be running this program as we look towards other initiatives to direct our efforts in saving wildlife.
The Night Stalk program, sponsored by Tronox, has provided a wonderful vehicle for raising awareness about biodiversity all over Australia, and created social benefits through bringing community groups together. We encourage you to continue organising opportunities that connect your community, family or friends with wildlife and their local environment.
If you do continue to organise your own events, please note Perth Zoo will not be collecting data. You may be interested in visiting Climate Watch (an online site that provides recording sheets for data, suggestions of trails to follow, and species information) for great resources to utilise and support your event.
Tronox is continuing to support Perth Zoo as a Gold sponsor, providing much-needed funding for regional students to access specialised conservation education programs at the Zoo. Perth Zoo sincerely thanks all of the many organisations and individuals that have supported Night Stalk over the years. We look forward to collaborating with you again in our joint efforts and interest in saving wildlife.