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                    Click to find out about our conservation programs around the world.

                    Field Conservation

                    Denver Zoo’s approach to conservation around the world focuses on applied research to guide community engagement, capacity building, protected area management, and science-based policy for lasting impact.
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                    Saving Animals and Landscapes Using a Holistic Approach

                    Denver Zoo's Field Conservation Department applies a holistic, adaptive approach to wildlife conservation. We prioritize landscapes and species with significant conservation needs, in places where we can make long-term commitments, engage partners, and efficiently and responsibly address urgent threats to wildlife. We believe it is equally important to engage local people in these efforts, and our projects are designed to incorporate their input and address their needs. We also make it a priority to involve members of the Denver Zoo family in this work and ensure strong connections between our field work and the Denver Zoo campus, programs, and animals.

                    Botswana Program

                    Conserving five endangered vulture species and African wild dogs

                    Mongolia Program

                    Conserving cinereous vultures, argali sheep, goitered gazelle, and saker falcons

                    Peru Program

                    Conserving Lake Titicaca frogs and Junin giant frogs

                    Photo credit: Joel Sartore/National Geographic Photo Ark

                    Vietnam Program

                    Conserving?Tonkin snub-nosed monkeys

                    Photo credit: Le Khac Quyet

                    Rocky Mountains/Great Plains Program

                    Restoring grasslands, working with?bison, and?conserving American pika