From programs we implement here to our efforts around the world, the Minnesota Zoo aims to be a leader in the conservation of animals and their habitats.

At the Zoo

From the cooperative breeding programs and conservation action campaigns we lead, to restoration of local wildlife and green practices on Zoo site, conservation is at the heart of everything at the Zoo.

In Minnesota

Learn more about wildlife in Minnesota and the Zoo’s local conservation projects. Zoo biologists are leading efforts to save moose, bison, and endangered prairie butterflies.

Around the World

At the Minnesota Zoo we are passionately committed to saving wild animals worldwide. Our Zoo staff dedicates their expertise to lead projects that address a wide range of threats to endangered species.

Act for Wildlife

Just by coming to the Zoo you take action for wildlife as your Zoo admission or membership supports our conservation mission. Learn about additional steps you can take to help save animals in the wild.

History

The Minnesota Zoo has a rich tradition of leading and participating in conservation projects around the world.