Hellabrunn’s Conservation Center is situated close to the Orangutan Paradise and offers visitors an opportunity to learn about the zoo’s many projects.
About Hellabrunn's Conservation Center
Hellabrunn’s Conservation Center is a unique forum where visitors can obtain amazing facts about the zoo’ many projects.
Hellabrunn’s Wildlife ambassadors
Our volunteers are always on hand to inform visitors about the animal inhabitants of Hellabrunn and the zoo’s exciting conservation projects.
Hellabrunn's conservation projects worldwide
The zoo is not only involved in conservation work at home in Munich, but also participates in various conservation projects around the world.
European Endangered Species Breeding Programmes
Hellabrunn Zoo has been actively involved in European Endangered Species Programmes (EEP) and European Studbooks (ESB) for many years. Endangered species are bred at the zoo to secure their long-term survival and, where possible, for reintroduction into suitable habitats at a later date.
Hellabrunn Zoo coordinates the EEP and manages the International Studbook (ISB) for the drill, an endangered species of monkey from West Africa.
Mobile phone recycling
Hellabrunn Zoo invites visitors to donate their old mobile phones, which will be professionally recycled. The proceeds from the recycling campaign will go towards Hellabrunn's species conservation projects.