African penguins are now an endangered species and it remains critical to save every individual possible to bolster numbers in the wild.
Throughout the month of November, Bristol Zoological Society is celebrating the 50th anniversary of International Union for Conserving Nature (IUCN) Red List, which identifies the world’s most threatened species and facilitates their conservation.
The People’s Plant Collection, a Bristol project, is gearing up for a chance to win £120,000 of funding from the Big Lottery Fund to help communities transform their area through Grow Wild, a UK mass participation programme.
Bristol Zoological Society will be rowing for conservation in the Sue Ryder Dragon Boat Race this Sunday (14th September).
The Avon Invasive Weeds Forum (AIWF) has been granted over £13,000 through SITA Trust - following an application submitted by the Bristol Zoological Society - to control invasive weeds within the River Avon, which threaten both plant and animal species.
Dr Gráinne McCabe will head up the conservation science and research team at the Bristol Zoological Society – which operates Bristol Zoo Gardens and the new Wild Place Project at Cribbs Causeway.
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