London Zoo Membership
Are you looking for a gift for an animal lover? Well, a membership to the world famous ZSL London Zoo could be the very thing.
Membership to ZSL gives you unlimited visits for a year to both ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoos. It gives you the flexibility to just simply drop into the zoo for just for an hour.
You can come back and enjoy unlimited visits :-) and see your favourite animals agan and again.
You can see the youngsters grow up from practically babies (or at least the time when they are first allowed out in public) to adults.
Membership benefits include...
More about ZSL
The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) was founded in 1826. It is an international scientific, conservation and educational charity and its vision is "a world where animals are valued, and their conservation assured" Its mission is to promote and achieve the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats. It does this through its groundbreaking science, involvement in conservation projects in more than 50 countries and also its zoos - ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.
London Zoo is based in Regent's Park in London. There are komodo dragons, the newly opened Tiger Territory, Penguin Beach, the Reptile House, Gorilla Kingdom, Rainforest Life , Galapagos tortoises, Buttefly Paradise, meerkats, squirrel monkeys, otters and reindeers. There are also lions & tigers - birds, and an aquarium. Whipsnade Zoo is set in 600 acres of beautiful parkland in the Chiltern Hills, just north of London, in Bedfordshire. It is home to 2,500 animals & 200 species, many of whom are endangered species. Tigers, rhinos, giraffes, lynx, bears, wolves, cheetahs, lemurs, lions, sealions, hippos, red pandas, penguins, a children's farm, otters, pgymy marmosets, pythons and boas, chimps and elephants are just some of the animals you can see.
ZSL works with governments, civil society and the private sector to conserve species and habitats. One of its current campaigns is a Tiger SOS to raise money for ZSL’s tiger conservation work in Sumatra and to develop Tiger Conservation Headquarters in central London. TIger numbers have plumeted in recent years with a 95% drop in numbers - it is estimated that just 300 remain in the wild in Sumatra.
ZSL has conservation programmes in Britain and over 80 countries worldwide so your gift membership will be helping to support on-going efforts to help wildlife conservation. From rhino translocations to turtle tagging in Africa, to the Bangladesh tiger project highlighting tiger-human conflict, to the International Partula Conservation Programme, (a managed breeding programme for the critically endangered Partula Snail) in French Polynesia, to efforts to save the world's amphibeans (especially in the Carribean) to helping the red-barbed ant in Europe, ZSL is involved in many vitalconservation projects.