2023 Conservation Grants
Year to date
Red Panda Network – $90,000
Paso Pacifico + El Salvador Field Work – $47,000
2022 Conservation Grants Made – $340,603.17
Gorongosa Restoration Project in Mozambique, Africa – $200,000
In 2013, Zoo Boise and Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique formed a long-term restoration partnership. Gorongosa National Park is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet and Zoo Boise is helping to protect the many incredible species that call the park home.
Paso Pacifico + El Salvador Field Work – $29,217.78
Butterflies in Bloom Project Metamorphosis – $18,187.78
AZA SAFE – $10,000
New Nature Foundation – $10,000
Tiger Species Survival Plan – $10,000
Snow Leopard Trust – $8,500
Wildlife SOS – $8,500
Idaho Foundation of Parks and Lands – $7,500
Global Penguin Society – $5,000
Xerces Society – $5,000
Land Trust of the Treasure Valley – $2,500
Peregrine Fund – $2,500
Conservation Expenses – $13,697.61
Your Visit Matters
Part of every admission and proceeds from our most popular attractions go to the Zoo Boise Conservation Fund, which supports the protection of wild animals in Idaho and around the world. While we all care about animals and want to protect them in the wild, knowing how to help can be a challenge.
Become A Conservation circle Member Today!
Conservation Circle members receive a Household, Household Plus, or Grandparent membership. Each level also contains special donor incentives. Benefit levels begin at $300 and include a 10% contribution to the Zoo Boise Conservation Fund.