Conservation

Brights Zoo is a proud supporter of several important conservation organizations that protect wildlife and their natural environment. The zoo frequently donates money to these organizations and holds fundraisers with proceeds going to aid these conservation groups. Below are some institutions that Brights Zoo contributes to based on their dedication to animal conservation and management efforts.  

2019 Conservation Projects.

Each month we will pick a new conservation project to focus on, and as we work toward our goal we encourage our guests to support true conservation efforts. 

June 2019 - July 2019 - Giraffe Conservation Foundation $4400
Where can you help support this project-
https://www.facebook.com/donate/2355092014736901/

Dec 2018 - Jan 1 2019 - Proyecto Titi Inc (Cotton-top tamarins)  Amount Raised $1250
Where you can help support this project - 
https://www.proyectotiti.com/en-us/ 

 
Jan 1 - February 1 - Sahara Conservation Fund (Many African Wildlife) Amount Raised $939
Where you can help support this project - 
 
Feb 1 - March 1 - IUCN SSC Pangolin Specialist Group (Pangolins) Amount Raised so far $439.84
Where you can help support this project - 
https://www.pangolinsg.org/
 

Mar 1 2019 - Apr 1 2019 - Sea Turtle Conservancy. $950
Where can you help support this project - 
https://www.facebook.com/donate/374948769755326/?fundraiser_source=external_url


Apr 2019 - May 2019 - International Bongo Foundation $1,639
Where can you help support this project-
https://www.facebook.com/donate/319238695402915/


May 2019 - June 2019 - international Rhino Foundation $1,387
Where can you help support this project-
https://www.facebook.com/donate/906409636369843/

Giraffe Conservation Foundation

The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) is an international, science-based conservation organization dedicated to the conservation and management of giraffes in the wild. The GCF implements and supports innovative giraffe conservation projects throughout their natural range in an effort to prvent further decline of giraffe populations. They are the leader in supporting a sustainable future for giraffes in/and their natural habitats. The GCF is proactive and reactive, with a strong collaborative and dynamic team working within a network of partners. The GCF also supports research projects with the aim to learn more about and how to secure a sustainable future for all giraffe populations in the wild. If you would like to donate to the GCF, here is a direct link to their website (https://giraffeconservation.org/).

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Tapir Specialist Group

The Tapir Specialist Group (TSG) is a unit of the IUCN Species Survival Commission. The organization performs and supports reearch on wild and captive tapirs. The TSG develops and executes practical programs to study, save, restore, and manage the four species of tapir and their remaining habitats in South and Central America and Southeast Asia. The TSG also helps provide education and sustainable economic programs for local communities within the tapir's range. If you would like to support the important work the TSG is doing, here is a direct link to their website (https://tapirs.org/).

Red Panda Network

The Read Panda Network (RPN) works closely with local communities to develop conservation programs that help their economic well-being, as well as preserve the enviornment. RPN implemented the world's first community-based red panda monitoring program and completed Nepal's first national red panda survey. Red Panda Network’s vision is to ensure the survival of wild red pandas and preserve their habitat for future generations to study, experience, and enjoy. We are committed to protecting wild red pandas and preserving their habitat through the empowerment of local communities by adaptive community-­based research, education, and sustainable development. If you would like to support the important work the RPN is doing, here is a direct link to their website (https://www.redpandanetwork.org)

 

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