Marwell Wildlife is committed to safeguarding wildlife and their habitats both locally and globally.

With a mission to inspire a sustainable future through conservation, education, and engagement, we have achieved remarkable milestones in our efforts to protect endangered species and promote biodiversity. Through innovative breeding programs, habitat restoration projects, and community outreach initiatives, Marwell Wildlife has contributed significantly to the preservation of threatened species, such as the endangered Scimitar-horned oryx and Grevy’s zebra.

Our dedication to conservation extends beyond the boundaries of our zoo, as we actively collaborate with partners worldwide to address pressing conservation challenges. These collaborative achievements serve as a testament to our unwavering commitment to conservation and our vision of a world where wildlife thrives in harmony with humanity.

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Our achievements

Learn about our latest achievements in conservation.

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Marwell's Evolution

Marwell Preservation Trust was founded in 1972, and has grown to carry out conservation projects and eduction in the UK and around the world.

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Find our latest impact reports, journals, books, proceedings and more scientific conservation publications online.