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Mongolian Gers on the ZSL summer field course Hustai

Annual course provides opportunity for budding field conservationists to experience Mongolia.

Aders Duiker

The significance of Kenya’s coastal forests as a biodiversity hotspot of global importance has been underlined by a new report, published by...

Screenshot of first footage of West African seahorse

Exports of a vulnerable seahorse species from two west African countries are now banned, thanks to work carried out by Project Seahorse and funded...

Smelt egg

Conservationists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) are celebrating after discovering evidence of one of the UK’s rarest fish species...

Okapi camera trap

The first-ever coordinated global strategy to protect the okapi from extinction in the wild has been published.

Ascension Island

The UK government will create a marine reserve, almost as big as the United Kingdom itself, in the waters of Ascension Island.

Sumatran tiger - Sembilang National Park

A pioneering conservation project to achieve protection for South Sumatra’s globally important peatland and coastal lowland habitats has been...

Palm oil plantation boundary, © Oliver Wearn, ZSL

Updated website now covers half of all land under oil palm cultivation.

We are the Rangers - Mt. Kenya

A new Minecraft adventure map and game has been launched by The Royal Foundation and Zoological Society of London as part of the United for...

ZSL’s Fiona Llewelyn at P.E.A. Awards with Blue Marine Foundation's Clare Brook and RSPB's Jonathan Hall, along with Clare's two children Lucy and Sam.

The Great British Oceans coalition takes home four People. Environment. Achievement (P.E.A.) awards.