Our conservation projects apply the tools and knowledge gained from scientific research to solve real-life problems threatening the world’s wildlife.
These are actions where success is measured by their effectiveness in improving the security and stability of animal populations - both in the wild and in captivity. Though our scope is international, many of our initiatives are focused on U.S. species, including some here in the MidSouth. We work to conserve a broad variety of animals — from small toads and spiders, to birds and snakes, to elephants and bears.
Memphis Zoo Conservation
Secure the Future of a World of Wildlife
We aim to improve the security and stability of animal populations - both in the wild and in captivity.
Dusky Gopher Frog RecoveryReturning America’s Rarest Snake to the WildFreezing Sperm and Preserving BiodiversityGiant Panda EcologySaving Species Using Assisted Reproductive TechniquesIncreasing the Capacity of Captive-breeding and Release ProgramsPutting a Spotlight on Zoo Collections: Increasing Visibility and Access to Advance ScientificSnakes in the CityDigging for Insights into Primitive SpidersCity Life: Forest Birds in the Greater Memphis AreaA Bird in the Hand: Monitoring Mid-South Bird PopulationsHibernation to Help Future GenerationsGuarding Against InbreedingTracking Captive-Raised Frogs Released into the WildInvestigating Impacts of Invasive FrogsTadpole BootcampReproductive Ecology of SnakesAre you pregnant?Communicating, Giant Panda Style