Hall Family ZAA Wildlife Conservation Fund

 

 

Through the Hall Family ZAA Wildlife Conservation Fund together with direct support programs of our accredited members, ZAA directs vital conservation dollars to aid in the survival of many keystone species and a number of other threatened or endangered species on all seven continents. Our NGO partners in this important work are diverse and share our commitment to wildlife conservation, propagation of wildlife, and habitat conservation. On the ground in situ, we see this critical funding making a real difference and producing results that are measurable. For example, ZAA supports projects dealing with human/wildlife and predator/prey conflict avoidance, anti-poaching patrols and snare removal teams, the teaching of conservation agriculture practices, elephant beehive fencing and a number of progressive community outreach and education programs.

 

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PROJECTS FUNDED include

 

International Rhino Foundation

 

Giraffe Conservation Foundation

 

Cheetah Conservation Botswana

 

Black-footed Cat Working Group

 

Nissa Lion Project

 

Zambian Carnivore Programme

 

 

International Elephant Foundation

 

 

Dyer Island Conservation Trust

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

 

The Hall family ZAA Wildlife Conservation Fund was created in memory of ZAA member Lynn Hall's wife and two sons.  Lynn and his family have contributed significantly for many years to the art of captive animal management and propagation. The Fund may be used for wildlife projects, including wildlife conservation, propagation of wildlife, and habitat improvement.

Click here to learn more about Lynn Hall.