Swim for Wildlife takes place at Brockwell Lido in London on 23 August - sign up now at zsl.org/swim
From advances in acoustic monitoring of sea mammals to understanding the transmission and control of malaria, some of the most innovative and influential individuals in zoology were honoured at ZSL's annual awards ceremony last night.
Our latest blog from ZSL’s journal Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.
Did you know ZSL is a member of United for Wildlife?
United for Wildlife was created by The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and it brings together the world’s leading wildlife charities to protect critically endangered species from being wiped out and to fight illegal wildlife trade.
Did you know that in the UK we use 13 billion plastic bottles each year? Switch to using a refillable water bottle and say no to single use plastic water bottles. Join our One Less campaign and help us protect our oceans.
Join us in making a splash this summer! ZSL is hosting its first ever moonlit swimming challenge at Brockwell Lido on 23 August. Take part in our Swim for Wildlife event and help us raise vital funds to protect aquatic wildlife and their habitats.
ZSL’s scientists have warned that banned chemicals still in present in our seas are threatening some of our most iconic animals, including orcas, great white sharks, bottlenose dolphins and even polar bears.
Following on from their research released earlier this year, ZSL scientists Dr Paul Jepson and Robin Law, posit that PCBs are a threat to marine biodiversity on a global scale in a new article for Science, the world's leading scientific journal.