Loro Parque Fundación

Championing Animal Welfare and Biodiversity Conservation

Loro Parque Fundación has been at the forefront of championing animal welfare and biodiversity conservation since its inception in 1994. What began as a local initiative in Tenerife with Loro Parque has swiftly evolved into a global endeavour through fruitful partnerships with organizations dedicated to a shared mission. As a proud member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), its primary goal is to tirelessly advocate for the preservation of our natural world and the environment.

Over the years, the foundation has embarked on more than 240 conservation projects, spanning across over 37 countries around the globe. Presently, an impressive 74 of these projects continue to thrive, thanks to the commitment of around 400 devoted individuals who work tirelessly day in and day out to safeguard and nurture our planet’s rich biodiversity. Since its inception, it has allocated over $27,000,000 to support these vital initiatives.

At the heart of Loro Parque Fundación’s mission is a deep commitment to the conservation of the world’s most endangered parrot species. Its work model is intricately designed to engage with local communities living in proximity to these endangered species and directly intervene within their ecosystems. This community-focused approach is a testament to the belief that real change happens at the grassroots level.

The foundation is actively engaged in collaborative initiatives aimed at safeguarding parrots across the globe, while also taking a keen interest in marine conservation, particularly concerning the marine species in the Macaronesia region, with a special focus on cetaceans.

The dedication to these causes remains unwavering, and continues to stand as a beacon of hope for the preservation of our planet’s incredible biodiversity and natural beauty.