Read about all the exciting things going on within our zoo and conservation Society!
The poo from different animals at Bristol Zoo Project could be turned into gift wrap if a new trial is successful.
Bristol Zoological Society has been working to project Sanje mangabeys, an Endangered primate species found only in Tanzania, since 2014.
An exhibition focusing on the efforts of UK scientists to save a critically endangered species of fish in Madagascar, has opened in Paris.
Haja, a four-year-old male, and Olanna, a nine-year-old female have moved to Bristol Zoo Project from their home at the former Bristol Zoo Gardens.
Our conservation team is working to reduce the threats posed to important populations of wildlife species in Cameroon’s Bénoué National Park.
Bristol Zoo Project hosts world leading giraffe care conference
Bristol Zoo Project is bringing together giraffe keepers from around the world as part of a major training event.
The four bears of Bear Wood will soon be going into torpor (a light form of hibernation) - here's everything you need to know.
It’s been a busy few weeks for our Philippines Programme Team, having just returned from a trip to the islands of Negros and Panay.
Our brown bears and wolverines have been enjoying some tasty pumpkins ahead of our Howl-oween celebrations later this month.
7 Things to do at Bristol Zoo Project this Halloween
Discover things to do during your Halloween visit to Bristol Zoo Project, including our spook-tacular trail and witch's campsite.
Popular children’s TV presenter Andy Day has swapped dinosaur adventures for local nature as part of our AutumnFest celebrations.
A mature student is proving it’s never too late to follow your passion, after winning a top conservation award.
Great-crested newt numbers have risen by 87% at Bristol Zoo Project since 2021, thanks to a £50,000 grant from the Landfill Communities Trust.
Extinct in the Wild tropical tree snails bred by Bristol Zoological Society have been flown to Tahiti.
Discover the wonders of Bear Wood and learn more about the bears, wolves, lynxes and wolverines that live there.
Bristol Zoo Project is home to some of the world’s rarest species of birds, and plays a critical role in the conservation of threatened species.
This World Water Week, we’re shining a light on our conservation work with one of the UK’s most endangered species.
A new arrival at Bristol Zoo Project has been capturing the attention of visitors with her beautiful plumage and long limbs.
Our ongoing conservation work in Northwest Madagascar has seen us successfully establish 15,000 tree seedlings this year.
Unique howls, a huge geographical range and complex social bonds… there’s a lot about wolves you might not know.
A one-metre tall, 45kg chocolate sculpture of one of Bristol Zoo’s most famous and much-loved residents, has been unveiled to visitors.
Poaching of two Critically Endangered Kordofan giraffes per year could result in extinction in just 15 years within Cameroon’s Bénoué National Park.
Two of the world’s most threatened species of bird have successfully bred at Bristol Zoo Project - safeguarding the future of their species.
From majestic western lowland gorillas to the tiny white-clawed crayfish, we’re working around the world to save species.
We join the animal team for National Zookeeper Week to appreciate zookeepers’ contribution to the charity’s conservation efforts.
New name and brand revealed, marking the start of our journey to become a modern conservation zoo.