People from less advantaged backgrounds are less likely to feel connected to nature, and to consider careers in conservation. We want to change this.
A visit to the zoo can improve wellbeing, especially for children experiencing social, mental or physical health difficulties. Seeing breath-taking animals in amazing habits is an unforgettable experience.
For young people in schools and community groups who face barriers to visiting the zoo, Access to Nature provides free education sessions, free entrance to the zoo, and supports the provision of transport and food. We believe everyone should be able to join us in Saving Wildlife Together.
Your support will give children and young people across the South West a memory that lasts forever.
You can make a difference by contributing to the Access to Nature Appeal. The money raised will directly support the Society's work to create the conservationists of the future.