Our commitment to wildlife conservation extends far beyond the physical boundaries of our Zoo. We're investing in proven programs that are making a difference around the globe.
Established in 2012, Wild Welfare has rapidly established itself as an internationally recognised hub in zoo animal welfare reform. Its vision is to end the suffering of captive wild animals around the world and ensure full and sustainable protection is given to all animals in human care.
Port Moresby Nature Park is the country's only internationally welfare accredited wildlife facilities and member of the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australasia. The Park offers the only wildlife rescue services in the country and over the years has been responsible for rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing hundreds of animals back into the wild
Amphibian Ark is ensuring the survival and diversity of amphibian species focusing on those that cannot currently be safe guarded in their natural environments.
Conservation Planning Specialist Group saves threatened species by increasing the effectiveness of conservation efforts worldwide by using scientifically sound, collaborative processes that bring together people with diverse perspectives and knowledge to catalyze positive conservation change.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund is dedicated to saving cheetahs in the wild. Cheetah Conservation Fund’s holistic conservation strategy is the key to success in saving the cheetah and its ecosystem.
Red Panda Network is committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities.
Named for the number of elephants killed for their ivory each day, 96 Elephants is focused on securing effective U.S. federal and state ivory bans, bolstering elephant protection with additional funding for conservation, and educating the public about the link between ivory consumption and the elephant poaching crisis.
The Giraffe Conservation Foundation is the only non-governmental organization in the world that concentrates solely on the conservation and management of giraffe in the wild throughout Africa.
The Turtle Survival Alliance is a global force for turtle conservation, capable of taking swift and decisive action on behalf of critically endangered turtles and tortoises.
Bird Endowment is an organization dedicated to the conservation of the critically endangered blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis), native to the El Beni region of Bolivia.
TRAFFIC is a leading non-governmental organization working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
The Botswana Predator Conservation Trust is an organization researches and protects all the large carnivore species in Botswana (wild dog, lion, leopard, cheetah and spotted hyaena) along with their habitats.
The Trumpeter Swan Society is dedicated to assuring the vitality and welfare of wild Trumpeter Swans.
The Mabula Ground Hornbill Project focuses on reversing the decline of the Southern Ground-Hornbill population in Africa.
The Tiger Conservation Campaign is supporting critical conservation efforts to save the three of the most endangered populations of Amur, Malayan, and Sumatran tigers
The Aquarium Conservation Partnership is a coalition of U.S. aquariums working to conserve our ocean and freshwater ecosystems and committed to sustainable practices.
Polar Bears International conserves polar bears and the sea ice they depend on. Through media, science, and advocacy, they work to inspire people to care about the Arctic, the threats to its future, and the connection between this remote region and our global climate.
The Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program works with local communities in Papua New Guinea to protect the Matschie’s tree kangaroo and their habitat.