We have issued a stark warning that Bristol Zoological Society may not recover from the effects of an enforced closure imposed by the government.
This month our star invertebrate is the Polynesian tree snail!
To mark Endangered Species Day today, we look at some of the key species that Bristol Zoological Society is working to protect, both in the wild and through participation in conservation breeding programmes.
With VE Day approaching, it is a timely opportunity to look back on our history during WW2 and reflect on how Bristol Zoo has coped in challenging times – both then, and now.
Two kea chicks have hatched here at Bristol Zoo Gardens, helping to safeguard the population of these endangered birds.
This month our star invertebrate is the critically endangered Lord Howe Island stick insect
Now faced with a third closure, the BZS Appeal is more important than everDonate
Now faced with a third closure, the BZS Appeal is more important than ever