Cameras at the zoo have captured the moment a rare giraffe arrives into the world!

Our conservationists have welcomed a special new arrival – a critically endangered Sumatran tiger, named Dash!

Camera trap monitoring in The Great Bear Landscape has given us never-before-seen insights into the lives of Andean bears: from courtship, to parenthood, to conflict. Take a look at some of the best we’ve seen.

Dr Mariana Catapani takes us on a tour of her work in Brazil, investigating the puzzles of human behaviour to answer some of today’s most pressing wildlife issues.

Nine adorable penguin chicks have hatched at the zoo and keepers have named them after their favourite fruits!

For the carefully balanced forest ecosystems of Madagascar, the recent presence of the invasive Asian common toad presents a potentially grave threat.

Chris Matheson, MP for Chester, has praised our “pioneering research” aiming to develop a vaccine for a deadly virus that is threatening the survival of Asian elephants globally.

To mark the halfway point of COP26, we’re taking a look at what’s happened at the conference so far and what promising actions may be coming up…

We talk to globally respected forest conservationist Dr Marc Ancrenaz, Co-director of the NGO Hutan, which has been pushing for a sustainable future for wildlife and people in Malaysian Borneo since 1998. 

A tough year of Covid lockdown hasn’t halted conservation efforts led by the all-female reforestation team of our partner NGO (non-governmental organization) on Malaysian Boreno, Hutan.