LEO Zoological Conservation Center is a nonprofit, off exhibit, accredited breeding reserve, in Greenwich, Connecticut, for rare and endangered animals with a focus on breeding species at risk. Scientific conservation based research and education are the cornerstones of the center’s efforts. We are dedicated to preserving our natural world and inspiring others to save the animals of today for the people of tomorrow.
Deeply committed to sustainable conservation, LEOZCC also offers its students, researchers, Special Cause Groups, and supporting members the unique opportunity to learn and interact with some of the world’s most rarest animals and discover how the center is working to restore nature’s precious balance.
A cheetah named Adaeze rests with handlers, including Laurie Marker, executive director of Cheetah Conservation Fund, left, after an event with the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, April 25, 2016. Adaeze lives at the Leo Zoological Conservation Center in Greenwich, Conn. Matthew Daly AP Photo BY MATTHEW DALY Associated Press […]
Watch LEO founder and director discuss the tragic loss of Cecil the lion and express a further need for conservation efforts on CT News 12