Zoo Brno participates in rescue programs of the most endangered species of the world but also focuses in endangered species of the Czech Republic.
Rescue programmes in Czech Republic
Zoo Brno is not participates only in preservation programs of the most endangered exotic species but also targets the endangered species of the Czech Republic, e.g. the most endangered Czech owl called the Little owl, Barn owl or rare rodent species the European ground squirrel and European beaver.
Zoo Brno participates in preservation programs of the endangered species of the world, e.g. Kura Kura – Turtles in danger (focus in endangered tortoises and turtles) or program for saving Steller´s See Eagle.
EAZA Silent Forest Campaign
Songbirds in Asia are threatened with extinction due to excessive and strongly cultural rooted consumption of wild songbirds for trade, songbird competitions, pets, export, traditional medicine and food. This campaign aims to save a growing number of songbirds by increasing knowledge, awareness and commitment to do action within and beyond the zoo community.
For mor information please visit: https://www.silentforest.eu/
EAZA Pole to Pole Campaign 2013–2015
Brno Zoo regularly participates in EAZA campaigns. EAZA launched for this year Pole to pole campaign.
The leading zoos and aquariums of Europe, through the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) will together with the Arctic Action Team (AAT) and other partners raise awareness and stimulate behaviour change for the conservation of the biodiversity of the two Poles.
This campaign is about the two Poles; the wonderfully varied species living there and the threats they face. A campaign focusing on EVERYONE and how small changes in our behaviour can help saving polar species.
For more information please visit: www.poletopolecampaign.org
Let it Grow
Let it Grow is a joint campaign by three of Europe’s largest science engagement associations – the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA), the European network of science centres and museums (Ecsite) and the Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). Together we aim to help make our communities into havens for native species of animals, plants and all other forms of life – working ecosystems that will help protect our continent from biodiversity loss and invasive alien species.
For more information please visit: http://www.letitgrow.eu/