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Wildlife Hospital

Wildlife Hospital

Korkeasaari Zoo's Wildlife Hospital is Finland's largest care facility for injured and orphaned wild animals. The treatment aims to return the animals back to nature in good health.
Villieläinsairaala

Villieläinsairaala

Can’t decide? Let us help! Korkeasaari will direct the general donations to conservation projects that need the support most.
AMUR project

AMUR project

The situation of the Amur leopards and Amur tigers living in the Russian Far East is worrying. Their threats include loss of habitats ans poaching. Amur leopard is one of the world's most endangered felines.
Barbary macaque conservation

Barbary macaque conservation

Barbary macaques are critically endangered. They live mainly in the forests of Morocco and northern Algeria. Illegal pet trade is their greatest threat, and forest fires are destroying their habitats.
Snow leopard conservation

Snow leopard conservation

Snow leopards live in the Himalayan mountains, and their habitat extends through twelve countries. One of the greatest threats to the species is poaching, and illegal trade especially in China.
Lemurs of Madagascar

Lemurs of Madagascar

Endangered lemurs live in the forests of Torotorofotsy in eastern Madagascar. Deforestation in the area is caused by logging - the locals use wood as their main energy source.
Pallas's cat conservation

Pallas's cat conservation

Pallas’s cat, also known as manul, is a small cat living in Asian steppes. The amount of Pallas’s cats is decreasing in the wild, even though the species is currently not concidered endangered.
Bearded vulture conservation

Bearded vulture conservation

Bearded vultures nearly vanished from European mountain ranges during the 1800s due to persecution. Today they are threatend by lack of food, since herding sheep and goats have become rarer.
Lumileopardien suojelu

Lumileopardien suojelu

Red pandas live in the Himalayan mountains. Currently the species is endangered and their numbers are dropping. Deforestation and the expansion of livestock grazing areas are reducing suitable habitat for red pandas.
Saimaa ringed seal conservation

Saimaa ringed seal conservation

Saimaa ringed seal is one of the most endangered seals in the world. It only lives in lake Saimaa, in Finland. Current threats include drowning to fishing nets and other fishing gear, and climate change – Saimaa ringed seals need snow and ice to give birth to their offspring.
Amphibian conservation

Amphibian conservation

The world’s amphibians are in great danger. Many amphibian species, orders and even taxonomic families are disappearing at a rapid pace.
Wild Camel conservation

Wild Camel conservation

Critically endangered wild camels live only on a small area in Gobi desert. Illegal mining and oil pumping shrink their living areas, and illegal roads destroy the centuries old routes that the camels use between places to drink and eat.