Conservation

Animal welfare and conservation are our highest priorities at Blackpool Zoo

We know how important conservation is for the future of our animals and the planet we share with them, and we love sharing this with you, our visitors. You’ll learn lots about our projects when you visit the Zoo, but you can also read up on all our programmes here. There are even ways for you to get involved, too!

  • Biodiversity and Elephant Conservation Fund

    The Biodiversity and Elephant Conservation Trust is an organisation which helps to protect Asian elephants & other animals that live in Sri Lanka.

  • CBD Habitat

    The CBD Habitat Foundation is an organisation dedicated to protecting Europe’s most endangered marine mammal, the Mediterranean Monk Seal.

  • The Orangutan Foundation

    The Orangutan Foundation works actively to help conserve orangutans and their globally important habitat, the tropical forests of Borneo and Sumatra.

     

  • World Land Trust

    World Land Trust (WLT) is an international conservation charity, which protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats acre by acre.

  • Wild Cats Conservation Alliance

    Wild Cats Conservation Alliance is an initiative that raises funds for conservation projects that protect wild tigers and Amur leopards.

  • World Parrot Trust

    The World Parrot Trust (WPT) conserves more than 370 parrot species across the world, of which nearly one third are now classified as threatened.

  • San Martin Titi Monkey

    EAZA are focussing their conservation campaign solely on birds to raise awareness of their plight and to support breeding programmes to replenish numbers in the wild.

  • The Gorilla Organization

    The Gorilla Organization works internationally to save the world’s last remaining gorillas from extinction by supporting community-based conservation projects.

  • EAZA Silent Forest Campaign

    EAZA are focussing their conservation campaign solely on birds to raise awareness of their plight and to support breeding programmes to replenish numbers in the wild.

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