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Take a look at our latest Wildlife Connections blogs.
You'll find all of the latest information from the project and find out more about our partners who are working hard to make a difference too.
Are you buzzing about bugs? Join the Zoo Rangers as we discover the exciting world of mini beasts – you’ll be surprised by the amazing bugs we find and easy ways in which we can help look after them!
Come and celebrate the Big Bug Bonanza with our Zoo Rangers who are buzzing with excitement about bugs!
Come and celebrate National Moth Week with the Zoo Rangers who are mad about moths!
If you'd like to learn more about our British wildlife, why not sign-up to a FREE masterclass!
The swift is in rapid decline and needs your help! Conservationists in Chester are calling on members of the public to help survey the species and create new nest sites for this much loved species.
Chester Zoo conservationists are working to expand the zoo's current Nature Reserve to create a 14 acre haven for threatened UK wildlife.
Since January we’ve given away over 1000 barberry plants as part of our Wildlife Connections campaign to help reintroduce a rare native species of moth that was once widespread throughout the UK.
Spring is in full swing! This means that the UK is blooming with native wildlife activity, but some of them need your help. Find out all about what these incredible creatures are up to at this time of year, what to look out for and what actions you can take to give them a helping hand.
Last year, as part of our Wildlife Connections campaign, we ran a garden design competition for local community groups to get involved in. We helped the winning garden - Dig the Quarter - build an amazing space for wildlife, which officially opened with a fun-filled day to celebrate!
If you’d like to find out more in-depth knowledge about our British wildlife, why not sign-up to a FREE masterclass!
Inspiring Chester Zoo visitors and communities around the world to Act for Wildlife is a BIG part of the conservation work that we do.
Throughout spring, we're celebrating gardens, birds and UK wildlife with a special programme of events, for visitors to discover how to make the most of the amazing wildlife right here on our doorstep.
When it comes to protecting the environment ‘think global, act local’ is a great mantra to follow.
If you work with elders, teenagers or toddlers (or anyone in between) and whatever your knowledge of wildlife we’d love for you join our FREE WILDLIFE CHAMPIONS course!
As 2016 draws to a close and we look forward to the New Year ahead, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate some of the small (and not so small) achievements that we’ve made this year.
Last month the latest State of Nature report was released which highlighted some worrying stats about the current state of UK wildlife.
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