Clouded Leopard Conservation
The Houston Zoo loves its clouded leopards and wants to do everything we can to protect them in the wild.
The Houston Zoo supports clouded leopard protection efforts in Asia through:
- Partnerships with the Sabah Wildlife Department, Danau Girang Field Centre, Cardiff University, HUTAN, and the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at the University of Oxford: These organization work together to advance the understanding and conservation of these threatened carnivore species. The goal of this program is to determine the distribution and conservation status of these animals in the Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary in Borneo, Southeast Asia.
How the Houston Zoo helps:
- We monitor camera trap photos from Houston that are taken in Borneo and help researchers identify animals in these photos.
Donate now to help Borneo’s small carnivores in the wild:
How You Can Help
- Be a hero; avoid destruction of clouded leopard habitat by choosing food and beauty products containing palm oil that is certified as sustainable.
- Join the Greater Houston Chapter of the American Association of Zoo Keepers at their annual “Climbing for Clouded Leopards” event!
- Visit the Zoo! Every time you visit the Houston Zoo, you help save animals in the wild.
- Friend the Houston Zoo Facebook Page for updates on saving animals in the wild.