St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park

CONSERVATION IS A BIG JOB,
BUT WE HAVE A PLAN.

The St Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park works with other zoos and organizations around the world to ensure the survival of the many species in our collection. Today, as exotic species in even the most remote corners of the world suffer from habitat loss, overexploitation and environmental pollution, our conservation efforts are more important than ever.

Please take a moment to read our Species Survival Plan and learn about wildlife research conducted at The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.


OUR SPECIES SURVIVAL PLAN ANIMALS

WHAT IS AN SSP?

The Species Survival Plan (SSP) program began in 1981 as a cooperative population management and conservation program for selected species in zoos and aquariums in North America. Each SSP manages the breeding of a species in order to maintain a healthy and self-sustaining population that is both genetically diverse and demographically stable.

CLICK HERE to read more about the Species Survival Plan.

REPTILES:

Orinoco crocodile

Crocodylus intermedius

Siamese crocodile

Crocodylus siamensis

Indian gharial

Gavialis gangeticus

Philippine crocodile

Crocodylus mindorensis

Cuban crocodile

Crocodylus rhombifer

Chinese alligator

Alligator sinensis

Galapagos tortoise

Chelenoidis nigra

Malaysian giant pond turtle

Orlitia borneensis

Malayan gharial

Tomistoma schlegelii

King cobra

Ophiophagus hannah

MAMMALS:

Red-ruffed lemur

Varecia rubra

Cotton-top tamarin

Saguinus oedipus

Ring-tailed lemur

Lemur catta

Goeldi’s monkey

Callimico goeldii

Prevost’s squirrel

Callosciurus prevosti

Geoffroy’s marmoset

Geoffroy’s marmoset

BIRDS:

Bali myna

Leucopsar rothschildi

Blue-billed curassow

Crax alberti

Edwards’s pheasant

Lophura edwardsi

Hooded vulture

Necrosyrtes monachus

Blue-throated macaw

Ara glaucogularis

Cape griffon vulture

Gyps coprotheres

Golden conure

Guaruba guarouba

Hyacinth macaw

Anodorhynchus hyacinthinus

Victoria crowned pigeon

Goura victoria

Curl-crested aracari

Pteroglossus beauharnaesii

Toco toucan

Ramphastos toco
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