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Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society

Zoo education officer and child looking with wonder at one of the Zoo's tame ratsWe’re more than just a zoo. We are the Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society Limited – a conservation and education charity. 

We’re made up of three distinct parts.  

  • Bristol Zoo Gardens, our five-hectare zoo in the heart of Bristol.
     
  • The Bristol Conservation and Science Foundation, which is responsible for our conservation work – both in the field, and at home.
     
  • The National Wildlife Conservation Park – a proposed, new 55-hectare zoological park located at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol. The first steps towards creating this park have now taken place with the opening of the Wild Place Project.

2012 Annual Review

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2011 Annual Review

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2010 Annual Review

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2009 Annual Review

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2012 Accounts

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2011 Accounts

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