Conservation resources

The RZSS conservation team regularly contribute to global strategy and management plans for a range of endangered species.

  • Strategic planning for species is one of the three key elements in the assessment-planning-action cycle promoted by the IUCN Species Survival Commission
  • Species Action Plans provide global frameworks developed by stakeholders to foster cooperation, identify priority actions, and inform decisions on allocation of limited human and financial resources
  • Species strategies and action plans also contribute to the Convention on Biological Diversity’s Aichi Target 12 on improving the status of threatened species
Danilo and giant armadillo Gala in Pantanal

IMAGE: Jess Wise 2022

Resources RZSS has contributed to

Three Dama gazelle in the wild 

IMAGE: Pixabay

Slender-horned Gazelle (Gazella leptoceros): Conservation strategy 2020-2029

The strategy is also available in French.

Read the full strategy
Pallas's cat 

IMAGE: JP Orsi

Pallas's cat Status Review & Conservation Strategy 2019

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Three Dama gazelle in the wild 

IMAGE: Pixabay

Dama Gazelle (Nanger dama) Conservation Strategy 2019 – 2028

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Two Northern rockhopper penguins, one making eye contact IMAGE: Amy Middleton 2023

Northern Rockhopper penguin Eudyptes moseleyi action plan 2017-2027

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Beavers being released into wild

IMAGE: Scottish Beavers Reinforcement

The Scottish Beaver Trial: The story of Britain's first licensed release into the wild. Final Report

Read the final trial report
Beaver swimming 

IMAGE: Scottish Beavers

Beavers in Knapdale: Final report from the Scottish Beavers Reinforcement Project

Read the final reinforcement report