For the Animals. For the Earth.
With a firm commitment to the care and conservation of endangered species, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo also strives to be a green business with multiple programs for on-site conservation of energy and natural resources, recycling and responsible land use.
The Zoo participates in more than 30 Species Survival Programs, related , Conservation Action Plans, and the International Species Inventory System (ISIS). All of the Zoo's education programs are designed to raise awareness of the importance of preserving ecosystems.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo also goes beyond Zoo boundaries to make a difference for conservation. We're an active part of our conservation efforts with both regional species recovery programs and a field conservation program.
Conservation Programs include:
- Black-footed Ferret Recovery
- Wyoming Toad Recovery
- Mountain Tapir Conservation
- Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery
- Amphibian Crisis
- Endangered Species Conservation
- Water Conservation
- Energy Conservation
- Sustainable Practices
- Palm Oil Crisis
Learn more about conservation action at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.