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A Date with Keepers on Air – A Wake-Up-Call from Taipei Animals

Beginning February 7, 2009, every Saturday morning at 8 AM, Taipei radio station FM93.1 airs “Wake-Up Call from Taipei Animals”, a program that’s created by the Zoo members single-handedly from planning to post-production, with show contents coring on” animal anecdotes” and “conservation actions”. Those of you who are animal lovers out there, don’t miss this program.

Taking advantage of the features and attributes of audio media, the host “Animal Pop” himself —director Jason Yeh of Taipei Zoo, invites a different keeper each time, to talk to listeners about his/her personal experiences, moving anecdotes occurred during their interactions with animals, different animal behaviors, and tidbits about behavioral ecology. This program is sixty minutes long, and you can listen to it either on radio or over the Internet (http://fm931.info).

Hopefully, information delivered on air each month on predetermined topics could help to guide listeners into the amazing world of animals, and it could initiate the drive to bridge the distance between man and animals.