The Zoological Society of London

The Zoological Society of London (ZSL), founded in 1826, is a charity in England and Wales devoted to the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. Its strategic aims are to undertake and promote high quality zoological research to achieve its conservation objectives and to inform and influence conservation policy; to encourage and motivate all its stakeholders to support and engage in conservation; to implement and achieve effective and appropriate ‘in situ’and ‘ex situ’ conservation programmes for priority species and habitats.

Projects supported

Foundations for the Long-Term Recovery and Reconnection of the Tamaraw Metapopulation on Mindoro, Philippines.

Disrupting the Poaching, Illegal Trade and Trafficking of Wildlife in and through Mongolia by Strengthening Mongolia’s Canine Enforcement Efforts

Protecting the Population of Critically Endangered Black Rhino during a Global Pandemic

Developing viable release strategies for rehabilitated and Endangered big-headed turtles in Vietnam

The Fondation Segré Pangolin Initiative

Saving Species on the EDGE of Existence

Prevention of tiger poaching in Berbak National Park, Indonesia

Saving Amur Leopards and Tigers in the Russian Far East