UK Wildlife

Wildlife conservation is just as important here as it is elsewhere in the world. Learn more about the work we're doing right here on our doorstep & how you can help.

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Help STOP illegal wildlife trade

How is illegal wildlife trade threatening the future of many of the world's most iconic species and what can you do to help? 

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We Will Never Forget

Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV) is a deadly virus which affects young elephants globally. By ACTING FOR WILDLIFE we can make a difference to these young elephants.

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Fighting for frogs!

More than a third of the known amphibian species are threatened with extinction. We will continue to fight for frogs & do all we can to stop them from going extinct.

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We help save endangered animals & wildlife around the world

Act for Wildlife is a wildlife conservation campaign led by Chester Zoo, helping to save endangered species around the world from extinction.

100% of your donations are spent on our conservation projects around the world, to make a very real difference to conservation in the wild.

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We Will Never Forget

Act for Elephants and help us fight a deadly virus that affects young elephants around the world.

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Get involved today

With so much to do for endangered species around the world, we’ve made fundraising for Act for Wildlife simple and fun, so it’s easy to act now.

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Latest blog posts

Rare butterfly makes a comeback

Our experts at Chester Zoo have helped reintroduce this rare species of butterfly into the wild for the third year running and the population now appears to be flourishing at the release site, Heysham Moss.

Amazed by Science at Chester Zoo

This year we took part in the Cheshire wide Amazed by Science festival. It was the third year we participated in the event - aiming to inspire and excite children and families about science in Cheshire.

Britain’s rarest mammal born at Chester Zoo

CUTE ALERT – a Scottish wildcat has been born at Chester Zoo. The species is Britain’s rarest mammal, meaning the new arrival has given a big boost to conservation efforts to bring the species back from the brink of extinction. 

What your support can achieve

£100

Will fuel a rhino ranger patrol vehicle for a week.

Where does your donation go?

100% of your donations are spent on our conservation projects around the world, to make a very real difference to conservation in the wild.

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Act for Wildlife is operated by the North of England Zoological Society.
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