Latest News from Conservation

Partula rosea reintroduction on Huahine

World’s biggest wildlife reintroduction project celebrates five years of success

Photo - A girl trying the VR experience while her friends watch, with the Thames and Tower Bridge in the background

ZSL launches underwater virtual reality experience to uncover London’s incredible wildlife

Photo - Two young seals on the sand by the water's edge, looking at camera

138 harbour seals born in the Thames in a single year.

Photo - close-up of a small light brown bat held in a gloved hand

One of the world’s rarest bats is confined to a single cave in Western Cuba and in urgent need of conservation attention.

Landscape photo of a hilly forest with a cleared area cutting through the middle

Tropical forestry companies posing risk to sector and investors with only 6% assessing climate risks

Close up photograph of native oysters in a small wooden box.

Conservation coalition begins restoration of UK’s largest protected area for native oysters.

Thames seals

As all eyes turn to the River Thames for the annual Oxford Cambridge Boat Race, ZSL is calling on spectators to pay attention to what’s going on...

Angelshark swimming in the depths

Communities asked to help ZSL and NRW uncover the history of Angelsharks in Wales at new event

Hammerhead Shark in bimini on sandy bottom with mouth open

From guitarfish to angel sharks the EDGE of Existence highlights the most ancient fish sinking into extinction

Photo - Rows of palm saplings in a field stretching off into the distance

World’s largest survey of palm oil producers and traders finds lack of assurance in tackling forest loss.