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Funding International Conservation
New Mexico BioPark Society donations today help protect endangered species for tomorrow.
The NM BioPark Society's Conservation Fund has been providing funds for conservation initiatives since 1987. Annually, thousands of dollars are contributed to local and global efforts to protect endangered animals—at the ABQ BioPark and in the wild—working to ensure that species listed as critically endangered or threatened today are still with us tomorrow.
A dedicated, long-term fund, the Conservation Fund supports the following types of conservation initiatives:
- Programs dedicated to species and habitat protection, non-invasive study, and education
- Species procurement
- Exhibit upgrades
- Equipment to meet specialized animal needs
- Reference books and resources
- Training of wildlife and Zoo professionals
In recent years, the following programs have been supported:
- AZA Butterfly Conservation Initiative
- Cheetah Conservation Fund
- Golden Lion Tamarin Conservation Program
- Grevy’s Zebra, Northern Rangelands Trust
- Hornbill Research Foundation, Bangkok, Thailand
- International Elephant Foundation
- International Rhino Foundation
- Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan
- Monarch Watch, Kansas
- Ocean Project, Rhode Island
- Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA)
- Panama’s Amphibians, Center for Species Survival
- Silvery Minnow Refugium, ABQ BioPark - a research, breeding, and reintroduction program supporting a sentinel fish native to the Rio Grande River
- Snow Leopard Trust
- Xerces Society, protecting invertebrates
- Zoo Conservation Outreach Group for Latin American species conservation
Special focus is put on supporting endangered species in the wild that reside at the ABQ BioPark. For additional questions, please contact the Development Office at (505) 764-6291 or email email@example.com.