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            Local zoo, global impact.

            The Oregon Zoo helps create a better future for wildlife through research, education, action and advocacy.

            Where we stand

            The Oregon Zoo works around the world on issues that affect biodiversity and the health of the planet. Read our position statements.

            Fighting extinction

            The zoo and its partners work to recover imperiled native species ranging from tiny butterflies to California condors.

            Future for wildlife

            An ongoing partnership between the Oregon Zoo and the Oregon Zoo Foundation, the Future for Wildlife program provides grants to support local and global conservation efforts.

            Zoo research

            The zoo undertakes both short-term and multi-year research projects, often in collaboration with other zoos, universities or government agencies charged with conservation.

            Small actions

            Use this interactive guide to explore how everyday decisions about what to buy and do can help protect many threatened and endangered species.

            Use your reach

            The Use Your Reach project empowers consumers to help wildlife negatively impacted by palm oil, an ingredient found in everyday products.

            Pika Watch

            Pika Watch is a citizen science project aimed at studying changes in the Columbia Gorge pika population over the next five years.