The problems facing wildlife affect all of us, so ZSL has collaborated with a number of organisations to create conservation programs that YOU, the public, can also get stuck into!
From spotting wildlife in the garden to full on citizen science projects, we ask the general public to engage with the world of conservation.
Have a look at the current conservation projects below, and see how you can help by donating, volunteering, recording observations, pledging your support, or just finding out about our work.
The campaign to make London free of single-use plastic water bottles.
The River Thames and its tributaries are home to a diverse array of wildlife, and ZSL is working to conserve and enhance this ecosystem. Join us today.
ZSL has been monitoring marine mammals in the Tidal Thames since the early 2000s, to better understand and conserve species such as grey seals, harbour seals and porpoises.
Please give what you can
The Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) coordinates the investigation of all cetaceans, marine turtles and basking sharks that strand around the UK coastline.
Through this collaborative project, Garden Wildlife Health is safeguarding the health of British wildlife.
A recent report shows more than half of the planet Earth's marine species may stand on the brink of extinction by 2100. Find out how ZSL is helping, and how you can too.