Bristol Zoological Society
Thank you for choosing to support Bristol Zoological Society.
We are so much more than a visitor attraction; we’re also a leading conservation and education charity.
£10 pays for 40 trees to be replanted on Negros to connect fragmented forest
£30 pays for training for a community teacher in Madagascar who will then be able to teach classes of 30 children in wildlife conservation
£50 pays the salary of one field guide in Madagascar for 1 month
£100 pays for the collection, rehabilitation and reintroduction of one abandoned African penguin chick which would otherwise not survive in the wild
By visiting Bristol Zoo or the Wild Place Project you have directly contributed to our conservation work, but we need further support to raise vital funds to care for our animals and protect endangered species across the globe.
We are involved in a growing number of field conservation projects, working directly to safeguard threatened plants, animals and habitats. Projects range from breeding programmes in the Zoo to conserving species in the wild such as the native White Clawed crayfish, to the lemurs of Madagascar and orphaned gorillas in Cameroon.
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