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ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT



Save the Act that saves species.


99% of species protected under the Endangered Species Act have survived and are on the path to recovery.

Proposed administrative changes to the Endangered Species Act would significantly weaken protections for endangered species. Threatened animals need YOU to protect the Act.

Add Your Name to Speak Up for Species

MEET THE CUBS



The results are in!


The community has voted to name one of Woodland Park Zoo’s red panda cubs Zeya (ZAY-uh), meaning success in Burmese. The second red panda cub has been named Ila (EE-la), meaning earth in Sanskrit.

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ASSAM RHINO RESERVE



#RHINOLOOKOUT

Open Now!


Meet the greater one-horned rhinoceros, one of the world’s most iconic symbols of illegal wildlife trade. Worth more than the sum of its parts, the rhino is making a comeback thanks to conservation heroes who are putting a stop to trafficking.

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Your support is a
FORCE FOR NATURE

500% population increase of endangered Washington turtles, back from brink of extinction

2.2 million acres of habitat protected with global conservation partners

909,000 pounds of waste kept out of landfills annually through composting

Let’s do more together

 

“Being an amphibian monitor was an amazing opportunity for me to go out into nature to collect the very data that will be used to protect the ecosystems I want to see conserved!”

Sophie Yasuda, ZooCorps teen volunteer and amphibian Monitoring Citizen Science participant

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Saving Species Spotlight: FIGHTING TO SAVE ORANGUTANS

IN THE WILD

To save orangutan habitat, we partner to bring forest-friendly income to local communities.

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AT THE ZOO

Get to know the critically endangered orangutans who call Woodland Park Zoo home.

INSPIRE

TAKE ACTION

Download this palm oil guide to shop from companies committed to sustainable forestry.

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