Durrell Wildlife Preservation Trust aka Jersey Zoo. The work of the Trust is all about the preservation of endangered species, conservation and education to ensure there is a "wild" to go back to, and then the reintroduction of captive bred species to their natural habitat.
The zoo was first opened by the late Gerald Durrell in 1959. Sadly he died in 1995 but his work has been continued by his wife Lee, who was already greatly involved with the Trust, and other dedicated members of the Trust worldwide.
If you're ever on Jersey please give the zoo a visit or, like me, make a special journey to Jersey just go there - I don't think you'll be disappointed.