Zoo Atlanta protects wildlife and wild places around the world.
Zoo Atlanta is directly involved in field conservation programs for wildlife and wild places around the globe, including work in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and right here in Georgia. Our contributions range from funding for other established conservation organizations who share our mission, enabling a greater total impact in the field than might be achievable by a single organization, to projects in which our own staff are personally engaged in field work, community outreach programs, research and education programs on continents around the globe.
Learn more about what we do and the programs you help support by supporting Zoo Atlanta.Projects
Beyond the Zoo
Learn more about Zoo Atlanta’s commitment to saving species.
The global decline of species and their habitats makes it clear that we need a multifaceted approach to conservation. Zoos are a critical component of this approach, with a responsibility to be a force that drives action.Learn more
Learn how you can take personal action and motivate others to inspire change for wildlife.
Zoo Atlanta offers many unique and diverse ways to take action in helping our local community and worldwide community. One person can make a difference.Take Action
Helping species around the world.
Our mission to preserve wildlife takes us all over the world, where Zoo Atlanta staff and partners are active in field conservation programs and partnerships. Projects include work in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and our own backyards here in Georgia.Learn More
Quarters for Conservation
Which species will benefit from your quarter? The choice is yours!
Through Quarters for Conservation, 25 cents from every general admission ticket purchased at Zoo Atlanta goes to field conservation programs for wildlife.Learn More