Meet our field programmes coordinator

26th November 2015

Meet our field programmes coordinator, Stuart Nixon, who started at Chester Zoo earlier this year. His main focus has been our Africa programme, coordinating the Gashaka Biodiversity Project and working in close partnership with established and new field partners. 

Science at Chester Zoo

23rd November 2015

We are Chester Zoo and we Act for Wildlife in a number of ways. You may not know much about the science work we’re doing right here at Chester Zoo, so here is a quick overview.

Predators, people and problems…

23rd November 2015

In keeping with the recent tiger blogs we’ve been sharing with you we have an update from another project we support that is also working to protect big cats...and other carnivores! 

Meet our Living with Tigers team: Roshan Sherchan

20th November 2015

Following on from our two previous blogs, we'd like to introduce you to another member of our Living with Tigers team. Meet our project manager, who is based in Nepal, Roshan Sherchan...

Meet our Living with Tigers team: Chloe Inskip

19th November 2015

This week we’re introducing you to different members of our Living with Tigers project team - this next blog comes from our conservation scientist, Chloe Inskip. 

Meet our Living with Tigers team: Susana Rostro

18th November 2015

Our project may have only been running eight months, but our Living with Tiger project team are getting stuck in to getting it well established. We want to introduce you to some of the team working to protect tigers in Nepal.

What's The Green Gold Conspiracy all about?

12th November 2015

At the end of October we ventured into the world of theatre to raise awareness of the growing palm oil industry and how it’s affecting wildlife around the world.

It's the right time of year to be monitoring wildcats

9th November 2015

We've joined forces with Scottish Wildcat Action and have supported their wildcat monitoring work by providing funding for camera traps; which are vital to identifying areas where wildcat populations are thriving or suffering. 

Big Give for big cats

5th November 2015

The tiger is one of the most iconic animals on this planet; beautiful, big and charismatic. But despite it being such a well-loved animal, sadly, the largest big cat species is also one of the most endangered big cat species.

Continuing to make a splash in Mexico

4th November 2015

We are really proud to have been supporting a ‘Fish Ark’ conservation project in Mexico for over 10 years! Here's the latest update from the project...

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