Charging towards extinction

The western black rhino has almost certainly become extinct in the last few years. Along with our partners we're fighting to save the eastern black rhino from the same fate.

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Go Orange for Orangutans

Go Orange for Orangutans is back! We're looking for schools, companies and individuals like you to help us save the lives of orangutans before it's too late.

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Leaping ahead of extinction

More than a third of all amphibians are threatened with extinction. We need to act fast to save them from disappearing forever.

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Acting for Wildlife in Nigeria

We're fighting to save the Gashaka Gumti National Park - a beautiful wilderness that is home to hundreds of species threatened with extinction.

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We help save endangered animals & wildlife around the world

Act for Wildlife is a wildlife conservation campaign led by Chester Zoo, helping to save endangered species around the world from extinction.

100% of your donations are spent on our conservation projects around the world, to make a very real difference to conservation in the wild.

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Love a challenge?

If you want to help wildlife and are up for a challenge then join team Act for Wildlife. We’re looking for adventurous people who’ll go that extra mile for conservation, whether its running, cycling or swimming.

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What your support can achieve

With so much to do for endangered species around the world, we’ve made fundraising for Act for Wildlife simple and fun, so it’s easy to act now.

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Latest blog posts

Rare parrot has been given a new ‘endangered’ status

A rare parrot has been given a new ‘endangered’ status after a group of researchers from Chester Zoo headed to South America to track down and learn more about the species.

Nigeria's wonderful wildlife

Our Gashaka Biodiversity Project is working to save wildlife habitats in Nigeria’s largest National Park:  Gashaka Gumti National Park.   Take a look at some of the magnificent wildlife living within the forest...

Forensic Conservation: Blood, Water & DNA

What can blood and water tell us about endangered species? 

What your support can achieve

£100

Will fuel a rhino ranger patrol vehicle for a week.

Where does your donation go?

100% of your donations are spent on our conservation projects around the world, to make a very real difference to conservation in the wild.

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Act for Wildlife is operated by the North of England Zoological Society.
Registered Charity No. 306077

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