Registered Charity Number 1165941

What We Do

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.
 

Research

We are carrying out research that supports best practice in animal care and management. This includes reviewing animal management practices...
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Animal Management Training

Our team provides training in captive wild animal management practices that support improvements in animal welfare. From animal welfare concepts...
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Welfare Assessments

One of our key activities is to provide a welfare assessment service, at the collection, enclosure and individual species level. We’ve...
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Creating Partnerships

Enabling ways to improve substandard zoo welfare requires strong working relationships between key stakeholders engaged in both collection management and...
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Developing Resources

We’ve created animal welfare and husbandry resources to provide guidance and advice to improve animal welfare in captivity. Our core...
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Veterinary Care and Training

We help facilitate veterinary training courses and work alongside wild animal vets to ensure appropriate healthcare and treatment form part of...
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Animal Enrichment

We’re providing species-specific enrichment portfolios and translating useful resources so they can be used to improve captive animal welfare all...
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Training Programme

The Wild Welfare animal welfare and husbandry training programme is a simple but detailed document that is specifically designed for...
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Supporting Animal Welfare Legislation

There is a growing understanding in society of the importance of respect and protection for animals as an indicator of...
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If you are interested in talking to us about any of our activities, please fill out the contact form below and one of the Wild Welfare team will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

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