Wildlife conservation through

interactive education

What are the Qualifications of a Wildlife Educator?

Blog | December 9th, 2016

For people who aspire to work around animals in jobs at zoos, national parks, wildlife stations, or wildlife conservation groups, becoming a wildlife educator is the obvious goal. The primary work involves educating all ages of people about various aspects of care for animals and their habitat. An interest in… Read More

Understanding the Natural Instincts and Habitat of Koala Bears

Blog | December 5th, 2016

From the time early settlers from Europe first laid eyes on koalas in Australia, they didn’t understand what kind of animal it was. Some thought these were monkeys because koalas can climb trees, others guessed it was a type of small bear, but they were wrong. Koalas are actually related… Read More

The Importance of Breeding Programs for Endangered Australian Species

Blog | November 11th, 2016

Here at Black Snake Productions, we are very serious about wildlife conservation, and we believe that the best way to accomplish this is by first making people aware of the importance of preserving the natural environment, and the animal species that live there. Unfortunately, land development often disrupts and destroys… Read More

The Effects of Global Warming and Pollution to Animals and Their Habitat

Blog | October 27th, 2016

Life is amazing, all life, every species that is on this planet has evolved to live perfectly in its own unique ecological habitat – a specific biome with ideal living conditions, which includes plants, animals, and temperatures conducive to a healthy working ecosystem. It’s truly amazing. Interesting, some species are… Read More

Characteristics and Traits of Growling Grass Frogs

Blog | October 12th, 2016

There are many interesting types of frogs in Australia, although frogs can be seen and heard, people don’t consider that the population of frogs are dwindling, but some frog species are. The Growling Grass Frog is found in various parts of Australia, however, there are concerns that their population is… Read More

Australian Masked Owls: Basic Facts and Information

Blog | September 27th, 2016

Australia is truly rich in wildlife, unfortunately, many of these animals’ natural environment is under pressure from industrialization, the encroachment of land development, and the spread of human civilization. Even more worrisome is that many people are not even aware of the many species of unique animals in the country,… Read More

Understanding Tiger Quolls

Blog | September 12th, 2016

Tiger quolls or spotted-tail quolls are carnivorous marsupials and members of the Dasyurus genus of animals, and they are the only quolls to have spotted tails. Their numbers have decreased over the years with the change of their habitats along with other reasons and thus, they are considered ‘Near Threatened’… Read More

Snakes on the move again, Be snake safe!

Blog | August 31st, 2016

With spring here and summer just around the corner Venomous snakes are on the move again and with employees and contractors becoming more active outdoors on sites and jobs, encounters and confrontations with snakes and staff is more likely. Black Snake productions is the ideal solution to snake safety in  … Read More

List of Exotic Animals Found Only in Australia

Blog | July 12th, 2016

Each year numerous people visit Australia just to see the wide variety of exotic animals. Indeed, these exotic animals found only in Australia are quite amazing. In fact, over 80 per cent of plants, mammals, frogs and reptiles are unique to Australia and are found nowhere else on earth. There… Read More

The Psychological Benefits of Human and Animal Interaction

Blog | May 31st, 2016

If you own a pet, then you are very much aware that it makes you happy almost all of the time. In truth, the special relationship with your pet is actually beneficial for the both of you. Additionally, studies show that intermingling with pets helps people enjoy healthier and happier… Read More

Saving Endangered Animals is Not an Option but a Choice

Blog | May 16th, 2016

One of the best ways to saving endangered animals is to prevent their decline and to help protect their environment. And for many, saving endangered animals is not an option but a choice. In fact, there are many things a person can do to help save endangered species. Get to… Read More

Explore the Best of Australian Wildlife through Interactive Education

Blog | April 29th, 2016

Only in Australia can a child or parent observe kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles in their natural habitat. But, for safety’s sake, just from a distance. However, one of the best ways to learn about and explore Australian wildlife is through interactive education. Although, Australia has various prospects to visit different… Read More

Wildlife in Captivity and the Importance of Environment and Habitat Simulation

Blog | April 18th, 2016

Habitat conservation involves land management procedures that strive to protect, conserve and restore habitat areas for wild animals and plants. A lot of environment and habitat simulation focus is on preventing extinction, maintaining dependent species and reduction or fragmentation in range. Moreover, habitat conservation is a vast environmental system that… Read More

Wildlife Hazard and Risk Awareness

Blog | March 31st, 2016

Wildlife Hazard and Risk Awareness is a compliance course which teaches valuable knowledge and skills to help attendees gain an understanding on how to handle OHS hazards effectively directly aimed at the identification and assessment of issues associated with indigenous and other types of wildlife in the workplace. Instructors will… Read More

The Importance of Preserving Animal Habitat for Wildlife Conservation

Blog | March 10th, 2016

With the growing rise of industrialization and the inevitable destruction of natural habitats that comes with it, it is extremely concerning that more and more species of animals are threatened with impending extinction. It is a condition that the public should know much more about. While large animals such as… Read More