Working with a wide range of international partners, we combine the skills of our staff at our wildlife park, in our field programmes and our International Training Centre to save some of the most threatened species in the most threatened places.
Headquartered in Jersey, the International Training Centre also supports the development of future conservationists and has educated over 1,800 graduates from around 122 countries
Durrell strives to protect and restore some of the most threatened species in the most threatened habitats around the world. Biodiversity is essential for human survival and our aim is to ensure we can persist alongside the myriad of plants and animals that inhabit our planet.
With our international headquarters in Jersey, Durrell has built up a network of projects and staff in some of the world’s key biodiversity areas. For almost 50 years we have been working to protect critically endangered plant and animal species. But while we have a worldwide reputation for saving species that are on the edge of extinction, we also work with a wide range of stakeholders to address threats before they become too extreme. That way we combine short term immediate action to rescue species most in need with longer term responses to halt population declines and restore habitats.
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