Wildlife Conservation Matters.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo makes preservation of the Earth and its wildlife an essential part of our everyday life. Beyond living green ourselves, our ongoing wildlife conservation projects and our Quarters for Conservation initiative, we are committed to spreading the word about how each and every one of us can make a difference in the health and sustainability of wildlife and wild places. Discover a wealth of information on our animal conservation programs and conservation actions to help you get involved in local and global conservation efforts.
What’s New in Conservation:
- ‘Silent extinction’: Giraffes listed as a vulnerable species after 30-year population plunge – The Washington Post, 12/8/2016
- Rare ferrets settling in, making babies at new Colorado home – AP Nov 2016
- Black-Footed Ferrets Video – National Geographic 2015
- Save Vanishing Species Stamp Won’t Go Extinct, Int’l Affairs, USFWS, September 9, 2014
- Once nearly extinct, the Wyoming toad may recover, by Kelsey Dayton, WyoFile, May 13, 2014
- 2013 Black-footed Ferret Progress Report – Black-footed Ferret Recovery Implementation Team, April, 30 2014
- NRCS seeks volunteers for black-footed ferret conservation program – The Lamar Ledger, April 26, 2014
- VIDEO: Black-footed Ferrets – Colorado Outdoors – Colorado Parks & Wildlife, December, 2013
- VIDEO: Proposed legislation would reintroduce black-footed ferret – The Gazette, March 13, 2013
- The Role of Zoos in Black-footed Ferret Recovery; Episode 2 – Prairie Wildlife Research, Feburary 2013
There’s never been a more important time for each of us to take a stand for wildlife and our environment.