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Conservation

Membership Just Got Greener — Turtle Back Zoo Tree Initiative

All Turtle Back Zoo membership purchases aid the Zoological Society of New Jersey’s commitment to conservation by contributing to our global fund, which we utilize to support a variety of conservation projects worldwide. Just in time for Arbor Day, the Zoological Society of New Jersey is proud to introduce an important new initiative as part …

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Protection Against Poaching

The Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in Belize is the only reserve in the world specifically established to conserve wild jaguars. A 128,000-acre expanse of tropical forest, it is confirmed to have at least 80 adult jaguars living within its borders[1]. Local communities benefit from this sanctuary through tourist revenue and employment, and community residents take …

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Conservation Partner Spotlight: Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society

Essex County Turtle Back Zoo and the Zoological Society of New Jersey are proud to support the Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society (SLWCS) through our dedicated Conservation Fund.  For this issue of our Conservation Partner Spotlight we interviewed Ravi Corea, founder and president of the SLWCS.  Learn more about how Ravi became a world-renowned conservationist …

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