Downloadable resources for everyone
Including specialist materials for conservation scientists, academics and professionals.
We are working to inspire change by arming our collaborators and peers with practical resources to help our collective mission to save wildlife around the world. From downloadable guidance for conservation professionals to pioneering software developed by our Institute of Zoology, there is so much to explore.
Rewilding our Cities report
Our landmark report shows how increased urban rewilding efforts could boost wildlife and buffer city dwellers from the worst impacts of climate change.
Living Planet Index
The results of the global LPI are published biennially in WWF's Living Planet Report, a leading science-based publication on the state of the planet and associated challenges and solutions.
Our Seagrass Restoration Handbook
Experts from ZSL and the University of Portsmouth turn science into a practical toolkit on how to restore seagrass habitat, which can tackle climate change and biodiversity loss.
ZSL Library and Archives online catalogues
Use our catalogue to search for various artworks, journals, books and more.
Tools for the reporting of UK seal sightings
Thames marine mammal sightings form a crucial part of our understanding of the biodiversity in the Thames and help us conserve these charismatic top predators.
Free Downloadable Fundraising Posters
Our fundraising posters tell your friends and family about ZSL and what we do. The posters have examples of what donations could be used for, to support our work.
Download our eel barrier assessment tools
European eels once thrived in London’s rivers but the number of young joining the adult populations has dropped dramatically since the 1980s.
Find out more about the software made available by ZSL for academics for free.
Download our information on Thames species
Including out Guidance on Conservation of Tidal Thames fish and our guide to fish species found in shore-based sampling of UK estuaries
Practical resources for identifying the causes of hatching failure in birds
Egg-hatching failure is a major problem for many bird species, and is considered a weak link in the chain of events that determines reproductive success in birds.