Tag: Act for Wildlife
Two precious red-billed curassow chicks hatched after their eggs were carefully incubated for 30 days by our team of bird experts.
MPs debated the new Animal Welfare Bill and took the opportunity to stress the INVALUABLE role that zoos play in preventing extinction.
As the World Biodiversity Summit sparks discussion on the latest ideas and plans to tackle biodiversity loss, Chester Zoo Science Director, Simon Dowell, writes about the path forward for us in tackling one particular area of biodiversity decline…
A NEW BBC wildlife series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough and Prince William features our work promoting sustainable palm oil.
The rare baby primate, a Colombian black-headed spider monkey, has been spotted being cradled in the arms of experienced mum, Kiara (11).
The county of Dorset, the city of Plymouth, the town of Saltash in Cornwall and the village of Mochdre in North Wales have all committed to our ambitious scheme – spearheaded by conservationists at the Zoo – as our nationwide rollout gathers pace.
Experts at the zoo have shared a series of ‘incredible’ photos showing a selection of reptile, amphibian and invertebrate species ‘glowing in the dark.’
In July, a group of young people, age 16-17, dedicated their time as part of a social action week to learn new skills and support the zoo with our mission of preventing extinction.
Cancel your Tuesday night plans… The Secret Life of the Zoo is back on TV next week with a brand NEW series!
Margaret, one of our Scottish wildcats, has moved to the RZSS (Royal Zoological Society of Scotland) Highland Wildlife Park to be a key part of reintroduction efforts in Scotland. But what is a wildcat, why are they so threatened and what are we doing to help?