The Zoological Society Of East Anglia

The Zoological Society Of East Anglia

Charity information

The Zoological Society Of East Anglia

The Zoological Society of East Anglia is a wildlife conservation charity. We support both overseas conservation as well as work at two Zoological Parks in the UK.

Through hard work and holding our partners accountable for their work we aim to lead successful conservation protecting some of the worlds most endangered animals.

Founded 2013

  • Mission statement

    The Zoological Society of East Anglia (ZSEA) was founded in 2013 within East Anglia in order to promote worldwide animal conservation.

    The society’s objectives are focused on the conservation of some of the world’s most endangered animals as well as providing education and promotion of knowledge and information about them.

    Our Conservation work takes place both overseas and within the two Zoological Parks we support, Banham Zoo & Africa Alive!.

    We successfully breed endangered, vulnerable and rare animals including Siberian Tigers, Grevy’s Zebra, Snow Leopards and have had successes in our Vulture breeding programme.

    The work we fund overseas has led to breakthroughs, such as specially protected areas for Snow Leopards in Mongolia - something that will make a huge difference to the conservation of this iconic species.

  • Aims

    The Zoological Society Of East Anglia aims to:

    • Worldwide Wildlife Conservation
    • Education of the General Public in Zoology
    • Promotion of research in to conservation to better protect at risk species
    • Promotion of animal welfare
  • Overview

    Established: February 2013

    Registered Charity Number: 1150158

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 100

    Part time staff: 100

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 01953715371

    Address: ZSEA, The Grove, Banham NR16 2HE

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