Registered Charity Number 1165941

Care For Us

We concern ourselves with wild animals kept under poor conditions in captivity, and build constructive relationships with individual zoos, collections and communities to ensure long-term changes are made for animal welfare.    We develop resources to provide guidance on legislation, environmental enrichment, husbandry, veterinary and animal welfare training.

Click on a species below to download simple but informative advice on their care in captivity. Information provided is for guidance only and if there is concern for the animal’s health, a vet should always be consulted. 

 

Care For Us – Brown Bear

The brown bear lives in forests and mountains in northern North America, Europe and Asia. It is the most widely...
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Care For Us – Octopus

The octopus is a soft-bodied, eight-armed (or tentacle) mollusc of the order Octopoda. There are hundreds of species of octopus...
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Care For Us – Common Ostrich

Ostriches live throughout Africa’s semiarid plains and woodlands and is either one or two species of large flightless birds native...
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Care For Us – Arctic Wolf

The Arctic wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf. They are found along the northern edge of the North...
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Care For Us – Polar Bear

It is estimated there are approximately 26,000 polar bears. They live in the circumpolar north, and are found in Canada...
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Care For Us – Reticulated Python

Reticulated Pythons are found throughout Southeast Asia, Indonesia, New Guinea, and the Philippines and vary in size and coloration throughout...
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Care For Us – Binturong

The binturong, also known as bearcat, belongs to the Viverridae family, an ancient group of small- to medium-sized mammals found...
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Care For Us – Chimpanzees

The genus Pan is composed of two species: Pan paniscus (the bonobo) and Pan troglodytes (the common chimpanzee).  Chimpanzees were...
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Care For Us – Macaques

Macaques are within the genus Old World Monkeys and there are 23 different species of macaques around the world. Most...
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