Resurgence of the Giant Panda

Universally iconic, socially, politically, and culturally, giant pandas are closely monitored by the world, and transactions involving them often take years and can even involve federal governments.


Decline of the Monarch Butterflies

Migration Patterns

The monarch butterflies are the only known insects to make a two-way migration. Their route, spanning some 2,000 miles (just one way), reaches from the northern U.S. to the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico and southern California.


Official Statement on Karen, the San Antonio Zoo's Third Elephant

Dear supporters of Lucky, of Nicole and Karen, and of any elephants who have or will reside at the San Antonio Zoo,


Redesigned Logo

One World Conservation (OWC) is excited to finally announce the redesign of our logo. We’ve had the final design for some time now, but in honor of the suffering and life of Sababu, a black rhinoceros who was euthanized at the San Antonio Zoo on February 7, 2011, we have waited until today.


Progress for Lucky's Lawsuit

Official Statement:

Dear One World Conservation and Free Lucky supporters,

As you are probably aware, Judge Xavier Rodriguez of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas denied the San Antonio Zoo’s motion to dismiss the Endangered Species Lawsuit (ESA) for Lucky. This is a huge step in the right direction for the lawsuit, and we have been over the moon since receiving the news several days ago.


We're Looking for Interns!

Attention college students seeking internships!

One World Conservation is excited to announce that we will be offering internships in several fields starting this semester. We are a certified 501(c)(3) focused on protecting exotic and endangered species and will work with your university to offer school credit, if necessary, as well as provide experience and a great addition to your resume!


Support Bullhook Ban in the State of Virginia

Dear One World Conservation and Voices for Asha supporters,

In July 2015, senior executives from One World Conservation met with Delegate Sam Rasoul, regarding the conditions at the Natural Bridge Zoo, specifically related to solitary African elephant, Asha, as well as to discuss a potential bullhook ban. The groundwork involved in getting this bill started was strongly supported by Kim Hogan of Lynchburg, Virginia, who in previous months also had a meeting with Delegate Sam Rasoul on bullhooks and the damage that they cause.


Lucky's First Celebrity!

You may have already heard the news, but Lucky has her first celebrity! Meet Polly Lou Livingston, a San Antonio local and voice actress of Tree Trunks, an elephant, on Adventure Time on Cartoon Network. She is a supporter of Lucky's freedom, and we are so grateful to be working with her. 

On Tuesday, May 19, at 4:30PM CDT, she will be answering your questions on Reddit! Please check it out if you have time. We are so excited to be helping her with this.


Conservation-Friendly Products

Dear OWC supporters,

We are proud and eternally grateful to the companies who have gone above and beyond in their day-to-day efforts to support conservation in various parts of the world. In working on the Free Lucky campaign, we have been networking with various companies who have come forward as a voice for One World Conservation and Lucky, herself.


60-Day Notice of Intent to Sue San Antonio Zoo Sent


Dear Lucky and One World Conservation supporters:

On April 9, 2015, a 60-day notice of intent to sue was served to the San Antonio Zoo by the Animal Legal Defense Fund and the law firm of Melissa Lesniak. This gives the zoo a 60-day window to comply to the Endangered Species Act of 1973 or face litigation. To be clear, One World Conservation is not the plaintiff. Our role is that of an interested third party, and we will support this case in whatever capacity is necessary for Lucky's release.


Help Argentina's Lone Remaining Polar Bear, Arturo

Dear OWC supporters,

As you know, we took on a support role for the Arturo campaign, the lone remaining polar bear in Argentina, a few months back after someone reached out to us asking for help. We have been rather silent on the front as we’ve worked with individuals on the ground in Argentina and helped them construct a website that will act as a central hub for all the most relevant and accurate information about his plight.