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The Conservation Hub of Brevard

Our commitment to wildlife conservation extends far beyond the physical boundaries at our Zoo.

Conservation Report

Sustainability at Brevard Zoo

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We are better together, which means we focus not only on our own green initiatives at the Zoo but also work alongside our community to make to environmentally friendly changes that not only protect wildlife but also improves our quality of life.

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Field Projects

Your Zoo makes a tremendous impact in our own backyard. Here are some of the projects that we are participating in to ensure healthy habitats and living waters in our region. Many of them rely on our community for help whether it’s through your support of our Sea Turtle Healing Center, through one of the several volunteer opportunities available in our Restore Our Shores program or by becoming a Citizen Scientist. Click on the project to learn more.

Volunteer Opportunities

Global Impact

Brevard Zoo is committed to supporting known international conservation programs where small investments can make a big difference, and where we can show our community how our efforts in Florida can affect wildlife worldwide.

Some of our initiatives in our own backyard, such as our Scrub Jay Translocation Program, Sea Turtle Healing Center and Restore Our Shores programs that taught us how to address and alleviate the immediate threats to our ecosystems and their imperiled populations. Our acquired understanding then allows us to utilize our resources and knowledge to partner with researchers and other agencies working to conserve wildlife, both locally and around the world.

Global Impact Conservation Map
Kids participating in Quarters for Conservation

This program supports field reserachers and their ongoing projects studying conservation needs, sustainability of species, reintroduction back into the wild and advocacy for awareness.

When you visit the Zoo, your dollars directly support field researchers in saving endangered species.

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california wildfire emergency

Funding for this program is focused on saving wildlife impacted by natural or unforeseen man-made catastrophes and unanticipated devastating habitat destruction. Support is intended for short-term emergency action.

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Guest Speakers

Would you like to learn more about a Brevard Zoo conservation project? Have the Zoo come to you!

Brevard Zoo is able to provide a limited number of off-site presentations. Only applications that demonstrate a strong match in curriculum, goals or mission will be considered.

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