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Conservation Efforts

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Are Atlantans Visiting Some of the World’s Last Turtles?
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Zoo Atlanta partner named 2010 Disney Conservation Hero
Featured Project
Around 40 new species of amphibians and reptiles have been discovered and named by Zoo Atlanta staff. Read more>

Zoo Atlanta runs conservation programs in Georgia and across the world. The conservation of wild animals and their natural habitats is fundamental to our mission.

We work with local communities to conserve their environment and promote sustainability.

Project List

Mammals
Gorilla Field Conservation in Central Africa
Giant Panda Projects
Golden Lion Tamarin Conservation Program
Sun Bear Conservation in Sumatra
Tiger conservation in Aceh and across Sumatra
Birds
Chilean Flamingo Banding Project
Reptiles and amphibians
Amphibian Discovery and Conservation in Latin America
Alligator Lizard conservation
Asian Turtle Crisis
Diamondback Terrapin Head-Start Project
Ecological Restoration in the Galapagos
Green Sea Turtle Health Assessment
Guatemalan Beaded Lizards Conservation
Indigo Snake Head-Start Project
Other
Bog Restoration in Georgia
Conservation Education Initiatives in China
Species Survival Plan

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