Durrell

/Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

About Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

Durrell is an international wildlife conservation charity. We have our headquarters at Jersey Zoo. The zoo was established in 1959 by the late Gerald Durrell. We're on a mission to save species from extinction. We work on 50 different species conservation programmes across 14 countries including Jersey!

How sheep can help Birds On The Edge

Reintroducing choughs to Jersey is one of several conservation projects carried out by Birds On The Edge. Not actual birds, but a partnership between Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, the National Trust Jersey, and the States of Jersey. The choughs are ambassadors for Birds On The Edge. To ensure choughs thrive in Jersey we need the other Birds On The Edge projects to [...]

Welcome to Jersey Zoo’s LIVE takeover

Hi, welcome to the Jersey Zoo takeover of LIVE! The zoo is the head quarters of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust an international conservation charity working to save species from extinction. A young Gerald Durrell, founder of Jersey Zoo. At the zoo we have a variety of different animals from tiny poison dart [...]