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...
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What can blood and water tell us about endangered species?More Projects
Chester Zoo has been supporting conservation work in Gashaka Gumti National Park, Nigeria, for 20 years - a biodiversity hot-spot! Recently we've taken over the co-ordination of the project under the new title Gashaka Biodiversity Project.NigeriaGashaka Biodiversity Project
The England team may have returned home after their performance at the World Cup, but we’re still making a difference in Brazil with a species classified as vulnerable on the IUCN red list...More Projects
Take a look at two different, yet similar, projects based in Africa. Both projects are working to support two species of large cat: the Cheetah and Lion.More Projects
It's National Insect Week this week! And to celebrate all things creepy crawly, we thought we'd tell you a little about these amazing animals and how you can help them in your garden...
We’ve got a double update for you today, from two different conservation projects on opposite sides of the world!More Projects
Chester Zoo has created its own native wildlife haven with free access to the public as part of its commitment to conserve native species.
As England prepare to kick off their first game of the 2014 World Cup, we have a quick update from the country hosting this year's football competition.More Projects
How time flies! Take a look back at our achievements so far, and what we’re looking at going forwards - all thanks to your FANTASTIC support.