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.
The animals we support rely, categorically, on the support of communities and societies around the world. Unlike other areas of international charity work, animal and environmental conservation cannot rely on government funding to succeed, we need your support.