Colong Dingo Breeding Program
Captive breeding programs breed endangered or threatened animals. The Colong Colony in New South Wales is the only dingo conservation breeding program in Australia. Read more>>
Meet a Dingo
Dingoes will have an average litter size between 3-5 pups. Pups will commence eating solids at approximately 3 weeks of age and will often be weaned by the time they are 6 weeks of age. Read more>>
Will the Dingo Survive?
90% of wild dogs today are not pure dingoes. They are crossbred with domestic dogs. As dingoes and wild dogs interact, it is very difficult to isolate the two especially when managing the animals within and around agricultural land. Protecting core habitat areas where pure dingoes still exist is the only hope for their survival as a species. Read more>>
These 'soundscapes' were recorded live at Colong Colony and demonstrate some of the amazing range of sounds that dingoes make and how they use them to effectively communicate with one another and the world around them. Read more>>