Priam Psittaculture Centre (PPC) is a research and breeding facility for Australian native and exotic threatened species located in Bungendore, New South Wales, Australia. The facility covers 18 hectares of Eucalypt woodland and has over 30 years of experience in ecological research and captive management, with a focus on sustainable breeding to alleviate pressure on species and their natural habitats while also providing healthy, well-adjusted animals for companionship, breeding, research, and reintroduction.
PPC is committed to high standards of species-specific care and is dedicated to promoting awareness of the conservation needs of threatened species through education and establishing a conservation network to assist threatened parrots, amphibians, and small mammals in their natural environment. The facility also conducts research into husbandry technology, including breeding, incubation, neonatal development, environmental design, remote surveillance monitoring, and the nutritional and psychological needs of threatened species.
As part of its commitment to the long-term survival of threatened species, PPC collaborates with the Australian Government Environmental Registered not-for-profit National Threatened Species Institute. Support for PPC & NTSI and its objectives is welcomed and appreciated. If you would like to contribute to the work of this organization, which has decades of experience in threatened species collaborations and applied reproduction biological research, please feel free to reach out to the National Threatened Species Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.