Animal Management Programs (AMP)

To ensure a species’ long-term survival, managed propagation of wildlife has become an essential part of the conversation
and the only insulation against a potential collapse of wild populations. 

ZAA AMP Programs

  • Scientific
  • Cooperatively managed 
  • Long range population management goals
  • Recommendations to ensure sustainability of the population
  • Coordinated across ZAA accredited members to ensure the greatest genetic variability

Interested in participating in an AMP or being a species manager or studbook keeper?
ZAA members:  Visit the AMP FAQ on the Resources page in the members area. 
Non-members: Contact the ZAA Office.

Master Plan Program (MPP)

Population Management Specialists develop Population Status and Breeding Recommendation Masterplans every 2-4 years or as needed.  Breeding pair recommendations are made annually.  Conservation linkage and education goals mandatory.  Population Status and Breeding Recommendation Masterplans are available to ZAA members on the Resources page.

Cheetah



aFRICAN Black Footed Penguin


POPULATION PLAN PROGRAM (PPP)

Studbook program with recommended pairings.  Conservation linkage and education goals encouraged.

Schmidt's Guenon


SOUTHERN WHITE RHINOCEROS


Mandrill


GIRAFFE


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