Huge thanks are due to all of the wildlife parks and zoos working together to fund Amur leopard and tiger conservation projects across Asia.
On average 75% of our annual income derives from the zoo community and you can see the top ten donors on our Zoo support page. However, we don’t want to go unmentioned, all the zoos that donated smaller amounts in the last quarter of 2021, some of which were donating to WildCats for the first time.
Many of these are small zoos but they have big hearts for conservation, and when pooled together these donations scale up to make a valuable contribution to wildlife conservation.
In no particular order we thank:
- Parco NaturaViva
- La Passerelle/Auvergne Zoo
- Sedgwick County Zoo
- Memphis Zoo
- Seoul Grand Park
- Zoo des Sables D’Olonne
- Potawatomi Zoo
- Parc Zoologique et Botanique Mulhouse
- Musee d’Besancon
- Lee Richardson Zoo
- Zoo de Granby
- Erie Zoological Society
- AAZK Milwaukee Zoo (American Association of Zoo Keepers)
- Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park
- AAZK Cape May Country Zoo (American Association of Zoo Keepers)
- Omuta City Zoo