How we work

We provide training in conservation to the Citizen Keepers involved in our rewilding projects, and offer workshops and talks to schools, local businesses, academic institutions and keen enthusiasts who are committed to the vision of a creating a wilder future in Britain.

Some of our projects involve captive breeding, where people, schools and businesses use their sheds or spare spaces to care for and breed endangered native species as part of dedicated rewilding projects.

Our Citizen Keepers do not own any species they keep, but are instead temporary custodians. Species within the Citizen Zoo collective will be bred, reared or kept for a specific purpose, and all our members are committed to rewilding Britain for the better.