Protecting wildlife and ecosystems.

Supporting protected areas and wilderness.

Focusing on science and long-term commitment.

News

  • 10/19/2021Project update

    Collars for Conservation

    10/19/2021Project update

    Collars for Conservation

    Since 2009 FZS partner the Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity of Kazakhstan (ACBK) has been collecting tracking data to help better understand the movement patterns of the critically endangered saiga antelope. Collars fitted this year will help to study the migration behaviour of a growing saiga population and guide … Read more

  • 10/15/2021Project update

    Protecting elephants and people in Sumatra

    10/15/2021Project update

    Protecting elephants and people in Sumatra

    A young Sumatran elephant had been separated from its herd and travelling towards a town. This was dangerous to both people and the animal. Rescuing it was a daunting task, requiring a large team and a lot of elephant knowledge but FZS Sumatra was ready. 

  • 10/08/2021Project update

    A new phase of nature conservation for our project in Vietnam

    10/08/2021Project update

    A new phase of nature conservation for our project in Vietnam

    The Kon Ka Kinh National Park and Kon Cha Rang Nature Reserve in Vietnam are now officially part of a new UNESCO biosphere reserve. This is an important development for the area, which provides new opportunities to local people and to wildlife conservation.

Projects

Conservation is multidisciplinary. Our employees work in 18 countries to preserve wilderness and protected areas.

Mission Possible: Corona relief fund for protected areas in need

Due to the Corona pandemic, many national parks, especially in Africa, have lost most of their income over night. The consequence: rangers can no longer be paid. Patrols can no longer take place. Important habitats for threatened species remain unprotected.

Supports the Serengeti rangers with supplies.
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Annual Reports

Read the Annual Reports

Once a year we document transparently, how we invested into nature conservation and report about our project developments. The Annual Report is the one-stop-doc to read.

08/20/2021Annual report

Annual Report 2020

“2020 was the year that taught us how de- pendent we are on nature staying healthy and healthy.” Says Klaus Becker, FZS President. Read this annual report for an in-depth look at what has been going on at FZS in 2020 and how we have weathered the corona crisis.

09/15/2020Annual report

Annual Report 2019

“For Frankfurt Zoological Society, 2019 was an exceptionally good year.” Says Klaus Becker, FZS President. Compared to 2018: Income from inheritances and bequests almost doubled, the volume of donations increased 37%, sponsorships have risen and more. Read this annual report for an in-depth look at what has been going on … Read more

09/15/2019Annual report

Annual Report 2018

“For the first time in ten years, not a single elephant was poached within the North Luangwa National Park in Zambia in 2018.” Says Klaus Becker, FZS President. 2018 brought other successes, such as the establishment of Yaguas National Park in Peru. Read these stories and see our 2018 financial … Read more

Contact

Zoologische Gesellschaft Frankfurt von 1858 e.V.
Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee 1
60316 Frankfurt

Telephone: +49 (0)69 - 94 34 46 0
Fax: +49 (0)69 - 43 93 48
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You will find our office in the Zoogesellschaftshaus (4th floor).
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