CONSERVATION PARTNERS

Creating living landscapes for wildlife and people.

OUR PARTNERS

 

What is a Living Landscape?

It is the land mosaic of human areas and protected natural areas in which our conservation collaborators work to foster sustainable living for people and wildlife. Increasingly, we are learning that to save animals in protected areas and for people to fully benefit from ecological services, wildlife must also have access to human-dominated lands around them. Living together sustainably means both wildlife and people win.

Woodland Park Zoo's international conservation projects are carried out by the zoo and collaborators working in developing countries of the Pacific Rim, Africa and Central Asia. These projects take a comprehensive approach to conservation within living landscapes by incorporating habitat and species conservation, research, education, capacity building and local community support.

Current Projects

 

ORANGUTAN CONSERVATION

Gunung Palung Orangutan Conservation Project

Gunung Palung National Park, Borneo

HUTAN ASIAN ELEPHANT CONSERVATION

Hutan Asian Elephant

Borneo

INTERNATIONAL RHINO FOUNDATION

Snow Leopard Trust camera trap

India

CRANES OF ASIA

Cranes of Asia

Russia’s Amur River Basin

MALAYAN TIGER PROJECT

Malayan tiger conservation

Peninsular Malaysia

SNOW LEOPARD TRUST

Snow Leopard Trust camera trap

Mongolia

TARANGIRE ELEPHANT PROJECT

Tarangire African elephants

Tarangire National Park, Tanzania

RUAHA CARNIVORE PROJECT



Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

HUMBOLDT PENGUIN CONSERVATION

Humboldt Penguin Conservation

Punta San Juan, Peru

MBELI BAI GORILLA STUDY

Mbeli Bai Gorilla Study

Republic of Congo, Africa