Quarters for Conservation

QuartersconservationboxCast your vote for Conservation!

We not only support the conservation and sustainability of wildlife within our Zoo – we're passionate about putting our resources towards goals that matter. Along with a Zoo admission ticket, each guest receives “Quarters for Conservation” tokens at the admission booth. Head to one of our kiosks (located at all Zoo entrances) to cast your vote for conservation projects you’d like the Zoo to support.

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Check out our current conservation projects below. Can’t decide which project to vote for? Visit and vote again to support another amazing cause!

The Projects

 Camel Box

Wild Camel Protection Foundation

The Wild Camel Protection Foundation protects the critically endangered wild camel and its habitat in the fragile and unique desert ecosystems in the Gobi and Gashun Gobi deserts of north-west China and south-west Mongolia.  There are fewer than 1,000 wild camels left, separated into three different areas.  Support goes to management and restoration of water points and herder education.
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 Colobus Box

Colobus Conservation

Colobus Conservation promote the conservation, preservation and protection of the Colobus monkey and its habitat in Kenya. They have numerous projects concentrating on research and solutions for human/primate conflicts including animal welfare, biological/ecological research, community development and education, forest protection and enrichment and eco-tourism awareness program.
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 Rhino Box

International Rhino Foundation

The International Rhino Foundation focuses on the conservation of the five rhino species, which are almost all endangered or critically endangered.  They conduct anti-poaching and protection program for particularly threatened rhino populations and their habitats in the wild.  IRF also supports management of captive populations to improve the chances for long-term survival.
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International Crane Foundation

The International Crane Foundation works worldwide to conserve cranes and the ecosystems, watersheds, and flyways on which they depend. ICF develops unique collaborations and leads effective community-based conservation programs, important research projects and innovative captive breeding and reintroduction efforts. Many crane populations are declining worldwide with 4 species endangered.
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View past Quarters for Conservation programs here.