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Jersey businesses go wild for gorilla designs 2/1/2019

On 31st January, Durrell’s troop of gorilla sponsors were invited to Jersey Zoo to select from over eighty vibrant, fun and inspiring designs that have been submitted by a variety of local and international artists who want to take part in this summe

Durrell’s Go Wild Gorillas are going, going….nearly all gone! 1/11/2019

Artists, businesses, schools and local groups are going wild for Durrell’s major community project to celebrate their 60th anniversary in 2019.

Events

Durrell Challenge 2019

12th May 2019

Join us on Sunday 12th May for The Durrell Challenge 13k road race, starting from St Helier and finishing at Jersey Zoo.

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Come and join the fun at Jersey Zoo this Easter Weekend. We have activities for the whole family to enjoy and both our cafes will be open, serving their usual delicious food.

When: April 19–22, 2019
Where: JERSEY
 
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Articles

Community conservation: Q&A with Charlie Gardner 11/29/2017

Growing up in Mauritius, Dr Charlie Gardner spent many a memorable weekend feeding Mauritius kestrels in the Black River Gorges with Durrell’s very own Carl Jones. Charlie has been a budding conservationist for as long as he can remember. He voluntee

Restoring Redonda 11/17/2017

At the beginning of 2017, Salina set off on an adventure quite unlike any other. She was to join the team working on the Redonda Restoration Programme and spend the majority of her time between January to May on an uninhabited, barren, often-crumblin

Bringing birdsong back to Guam11/9/2017

Spending time in Guam’s forests can be an eerie experience. One can be hiking through lush ravine forest in the volcanic south of the island, or beautiful and diverse karst forest in the coralline north, and experience near total silence.

From one debt to the next: what does the future hold for conservation graduates?9/20/2017

Spending time in Guam’s forests can be an eerie experience. One can be hiking through lush ravine forest in the volcanic south of the island, or beautiful and diverse karst forest in the coralline north, and experience near total silence.

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