At ZSL, we host a huge range of events, from fundraising challenges, family occasions and special workshops to conservation and science events, both in-person and online.
Our aim is to give you opportunities to get involved with our work. Whether that be by taking part in a sponsored challenge to raise money for conservation, or to deepen understanding of wildlife, in person or digitally, through our science events.
The best part? Many of our events are free to attend and available to stream for all afterwards.
So take a look at the events we have coming up and check out our past events all from this page.
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Join the world’s biggest half marathon and raise vital funds for wildlife conservation.
If you're interested in a ZSL charity place in the London to Brighton Cycle & would like to help raise vital funds for wildlife conservation, please send us an email.
In June 2022, 131 of you joined our Around the World in 30 Days challenge. Together, we walked, ran, rolled and cycled over 14,119km and raised over £9,300 to support our worldwide wildlife conservation work.
Feel the full force of flying through the clouds from over 10,000ft at up to 125mph while raising money for wildlife conservation at the same time.
This event will explore how and why conservation interventions are being carried out for individual coral species, their level of success, and impact on the reef ecosystem.
This two-day symposium will provide a comprehensive review of the current state of science surrounding habitat connectivity in temperate coastal systems and provide a firm basis for discussion.
This event will bring together experts from across the tiger range countries to discuss the impact of the decisions made during the International Tiger Forum.
This meeting highlighted the diverse set of roles wildlife health professionals trained by the collaborative initiative 'The Wildlife Health Bridge' have gone on to fill
Our experts allowed viewers to see behind-the-scenes at ZSL and observe a dolphin post-mortem taking place in real-time, revealing the important work of the Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP).
We share the weird and wonderful lives of gharial in Nepal and explore the history and present of their conservation.
This event introduces the IUCN’s new Green Status of Species, a new part of the Red List introduced in the summer of 2021, that provides a tool for assessing species recovery and the impact of conservation efforts.
This event showcases how animal personality as a field of behaviour study can help us work for wildlife.
What have we learnt from 30 years of investigating cetacean strandings?
How cutting-edge advances in remote sensing and artificial intelligence are enhancing our understanding of species that live in mixed woodland-grassland ecosystems.
Hear from ZSL experts on how policy makers can jointly address the threats posed by the climate and biodiversity crises
How ZSL is developing nature-based solutions to the climate crisis
Why cryopreservation is essential for addressing our biodiversity crisis
This event will provide a unique opportunity to bring together a wide audience at the interface of science communication and diversity in STEM.
We showcase the work that our team at ZSL, and our partners, have conducted in the last decade, documenting and protecting vulnerable marine habitats, and making detailed maps of the seabed.