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Protecting the Mountain Chicken

28th August 2015

Experts meet to discuss the long-term management plan for the mountain chicken.

Sharing skills & knowledge to protect orangutans

27th August 2015

In our last blog we introduced you to Steve Unwin, veterinary officer at Chester Zoo. One of the projects Steve is involved in is working towards becoming a major force in shaping conservation medicine work across Indonesia and Malaysia.

A day in the life of a veterinary officer

27th August 2015

It is our mission to Act for Wildlife and be a major force in conserving biodiversity worldwide. We wouldn’t be able to do this without people. 

Flying high after being praised for our work with endangered birds

20th August 2015

We’re flying high after being recognised for the work we do to protect highly threatened bird species.

A perfect day to celebrate all things orangutan...

19th August 2015

Today is International Orangutan Day, and so the perfect time to tell you all about the work we do to protect this amazing ape known as the ‘man of the forest’.

Conservation gets creative

19th August 2015

Calling all budding artists - from today until 21st August you will be able to get your creative juices flowing at Chester Zoo. The artwork will help raise awareness of the devastating impact palm oil is having on wildlife.  Find out more here >

Elusive golden cat caught on camera in Nigeria

18th August 2015

Our field programme coordinator recently returned to the UK after a visit to our Gashaka Biodiversity Project. He went to the project to check on its progress. On his return he brought back some exciting camera trap footage...

Sichuan Forest Biodiversity Conservation Project

17th August 2015

Following the annual review of one of the projects we support in China, we're pleased to be able to share these fantastic updates with you. Read more>

A trip to paradise

14th August 2015

Have you ever wondered what paradise looks like? Well, Bermuda comes pretty close! Here we're involved in an exciting project monitoring a population of skinks on the island.

Third (and final) update from the Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative

14th August 2015

For the third update from the Lowland Tapir Conservation Initiative we return to the Cerrado, where the team attempted to capture and radio collar tapirs within this area.

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