ZSL is a charity working in over 50 countries around the world to help nurture and protect wildlife but we cannot do it alone.
Help us to ensure that we continue to live in a world with wildlife.
Donate £3 to support our conservation work
Share your support
Join us in championing a world #WithWildlife by sharing a photo of your favourite animal on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #WithWildlife and tag @OfficialZSL.
Spread our message by sharing our video on social media to help raise awareness of our work to ensure that we continue to live in a world with wildlife. .
Help to identify wildlife in remote locations around the world
We created the Instant Wild app to bring amazing photos of wildlife to the wider public, to share the amazing wildlife we’re monitoring around the world and so you can get involved in our conservation work.
If you have an iPhone or iPad you can download the free app and get incredible live wildlife images instantly sent to your device. You can help us to identify the animals you see in the photos, which adds thousands of hours to our conservation efforts. You’ll be able to help us identify iconic species from our Kenya cameras, including giraffes, zebras and rhinos. You will have an insight into the real life movements of wildlife in the Kenyan savannah and the Costa Rican rainforest.
Become a Citizen Scientist
From spotting wildlife in your garden to helping with our projects on the River Thames, you can get involved with the world of conservation.
Champion Wildlife each month
Continue to support our conservation work by giving just £3 every month. By becoming a Wildlife Champion, you can help to secure the future of some of the world's most endangered animals. To thank you for your support, you will receive a special Champion supporters pack, regular conservation updates and a copy of our Wild About magazine three times a year.
Get the latest conservation news
ZSL and its partners in the Marine CoLABoration are leading the way to make London the first capital city to stop using single-use plastic water bottle free. If current rates continue, by 2025 there will be one tonne of plastic for every three tonnes of fish in the ocean.
By taking the simple step to use a refillable bottle, you will help to protect the world’s ocean from plastic pollution.
Learn more about our work