Seneca Park Zoo partners with several international organizations to support global conservation efforts. Thanks to Zoo members and visitors, we’re able to provide financial support, boots on the ground fieldwork, and advocacy efforts for worldwide conservation programs.
Each year, the Seneca Park Zoo Society makes grants to conservation organizations around the globe that are working to save wildlife in wild places. In 2015, grants totaling more than $70,000 were distributed to organizations working on behalf of orangutans, lemurs, polar bears, African penguins, snow leopards, elephants, and more.
Zoo staff are actively involved regionally and internationally in efforts to reverse extinction, from lake sturgeon and Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnakes to Bornean orangutans and African penguins.