Elephant Organization Links

FWZ - IEF

In addition to providing an entertaining and educational experience for their visitors, modern zoos play a critical role in wildlife conservation, at home and around the world. The Fort Worth Zoo contributes to conservation in four primary ways: research, education, preservation of genetic diversity, and direct support of wild populations and their habitat.

Fort Worth Zoo, Conservation

The Indianapolis Zoo participates in conservation and research foundations including the International Elephant Foundation (IEF), International Iguana Foundation (IIF) and the International Rhino Foundation (IRF). The Zoo is a contributing partner to IRF and supports staff as founding board members of the IEF and IIF.

Indianapolis Zoo, Conservation

The Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Institute, with the support of its Conservation Fellows, takes a holistic approach to troubled ecosystems by addressing three key ingredients in conservation success: wildlife management and recovery, conservation science, and support of the human populations that coexist with wildlife.

Saint Louis Zoo, Conservation

No serious zoo can be satisfied with merely displaying animals – it must take the next step and promote conservation measures both for the animals and their original habitats.

Zoo Vienna, Conservation

African Lion Safari

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park

Have Trunk Will Travel

Columbus Zoo

Pittsburgh Zoo

Africam Safari

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Center for Elephant Conservation

The National Elephant Center

International Union for Conservation of Nature