Education is the key to conservation in many ways....
From creating awareness to training animal professionals at all levels.
Here are a few examples of some of thee work undertaken to teach and encourage various forms of animal welfare, conservation and wildlife management.......


Positioning of the Cat Photographing the cat Checking the evidence

Education is the key to all aspects of conservation without it lessons cannot ne learned and only failure is the teacher.

Here at Earthzoo we hold education at all levels as of paramount importance, both to adults and children alike.

We have visited schools, youth clubs, elderly care centres to name but a few teaching, showing and sharing our experiences in the field of conservation to the widest range of people possible within our means.

We have also been involved for two years with the Ugandan Wildlife Education Centre in Entebbe, Uganda. Playing a part in teaching a whole new generation to live alongside, cherish and respect their native wildlife allowing it to flourish and grow without the hindrance of times gone by. Using captive animals as Ambassadors of their wild cousins is such a powerful tool in the fight to secure their future and the future of nature as we know it.

Education worldwide...

Educating and supporting people both young and old wherever they live in the world is Key to the success of any conservation work.


Ugandan Classroom


Brian giving a talk and instruction on Conservation to a class of children aged between 12 and 14 in a school in the suburbs of Entebbe, Uganda

Youngsters Like Chastity Runge-Badger from Staples, Minnesota, USA are the key to the worlds future. their passion and love for the world of nature is the only way so many species will survive.
At the Cheetah Conservation Fund Every Animal gets help and attention when it needs it.
The Simple majesty of a Cheetah makes me breathless as the perfect design works like dream.If you love cats I think you'll be amazed at this magical film

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