The Bristol Zoological Society is a conservation charity committed to building a sustainable future for wildlife and people. Our charitable objectives are to advance the public understanding and the conservation of wildlife and the natural environment, as well as the scientific study of plants and animals. We do this through conservation action and engaging people with the natural world. We currently run 14 conservation projects around the globe, including several aimed at conserving native species in the UK. Our team of conservation lecturers, curators and educators lead these projects in collaboration with our local partner organisations on the ground. In addition to field conservation, we are also actively involved in behaviour change, as we know that human behaviour has a large impact on the world’s biodiversity, and we have the opportunity to affect behaviour change in all our guests that visit our zoo sites each year.

We hope that joining ConservationNOW will enable us to reach more people with our positive message of how humans can make a difference for wildlife and their habitats, and enable us to join with a larger conservation community to advocate for policy change at higher levels in governments around the world.

The BIG Summer Send-Off is coming on 21 July! 😎

Be wowed by our giant moving gorilla sculpture, have fun at our family theatre show and experience our nostalgic outdoor exhibition, plus 300 amazing animals! 🦍
Book your tickets now!
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First glimpse of the centrepiece of our Big Summer Send-Off celebrations – a giant moving gorilla made from wood! 🦍 🌞 You can see it at the Zoo from 21 July.

Learn more about this incredible sculpture created by @BakehouseEvents: https://t.co/BFwP9xezwA https://t.co/pNuQnGyv2X
We're amazed to see what is being produced from 180 square metres of wood that Westobirt Arboretum recently donated to @BristolZooGdns 👀

This remarkable sculpture will form the centrepiece of Bristol Zoo Garden's summer celebrations before it officially closes its Clifton site. https://t.co/CwEXgXFIuv
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