Summer Holiday Fun Bindi and The Jungle Girls Perform LIVE - 11:30am Terri, Bindi and Robert feed the crocs LIVE - 12:00pm
02-16 January 2015, 9:00am
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Meet Terri, Bindi & Robert Be one of the first 100 patrons to purchase any Australia Zoo Book and you will have the chance to meet Terri, Bindi and Robert Irwin and have your book personally signed!
16 January 2015, 9:00am
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Australia Day Terri, Bindi and Robert feed the crocs LIVE
26 January 2015, 9:00am
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Australia Zoo Bindi's Island Television Commercial 2014
MANILA, Philippines - Ask Robert Irwin what he wants to become when he grows up, and his answer isn’t really a surprise.
“Ever since I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a wildlife warrior,” the precocious and highly articulate 10-year-old son of the late Australian wildlife expert, conservationist and TV star Steve Irwin (also known as the Crocodile Hunter, thanks to his then internationally broadcast show of the same title) told The STAR in an interview recently.
Robert, who was chaperoned by his mom Terri and sister Bindi, came to Manila to promote his own TV show called Wild But True on the Discovery Kids cable channel. It was such a treat talking to Robert, who has an impressive grasp of very grown-up concepts like conservation, to complement that infectious sense of awe and wonderment of a child.
Bindi's blog post from "November 19" (it wasn't on the site until today, but it goes with last month's animal).
If we want to protect our beautiful world we must first love and understand it. Even the smallest appreciation of nature is important. The same goes for our gorgeous animals.
If you, your friends or family have pets at home, you know how easy it is to love them. Spending time with that animal whether it’s a dog, cat, goldfish or mouse, gives you a better understanding of how sweet it really is. You love your pet because you spend time with it and know all about it! Well, I think we need to start learning about our wildlife!
You might not live in Africa with cheetahs, but I know that you can for sure learn about them and get involved with conservation organizations to help protect them! There are lots of organizations to check out if you want to make a difference.