Conservation in Action
Making a difference takes teamwork. Whether someone is in the field working to save Grevy’s zebra or shopping with reusable bags, everyone is capable of taking action to help animals and our planet.
Here are ways we take conservation action:
Our Zoo experts and partners help endangered animals here in Missouri and across the world. The Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Institute focuses on “conservation hotspots” that address animals and communities in the most need.
We promote sustainability as well as put it into action. As part of
our Zoo’s daily operations, we focus on protecting the environment
through a range of waste reduction and energy and water conservation
initiatives on our campus.
One of our goals is to inspire people to take action to help animals.
We offer a variety of references to help people make wildlife-friendly
choices in their homes, workplace, school and community.
The 10,000th hellbender released into an Ozark river by Missouri Department of Conservation and Saint Louis Zoo
Help Our Conservation Efforts
If you’d like to contribute financially to help our conservation efforts, you can make a donation to the Saint Louis Zoo. Call our Development Department at (314) 646-4691.