What You Can Do to Help the Grevy’s Zebra

Drawing of a Grevy's zebra created with a STEEL F-301 Ballpoint Pen

Educational infographic of the Grevy's zebraThe Grevy’s zebras are in grave danger. Just a few decades ago in the 1980’s, there were approximately 15,000 in population. Over the last 30 years, that number has dropped almost 80% and today, fewer than 3,000 remain. About 2,812 of these special zebras live in Kenya and 230 live in Ethiopia.

At Zebra Pen, we strive to celebrate uniqueness and individuality in everything we do. Our spokesanimal Zen, a Grevy’s zebra, is an important part of our culture and represents this commitment to honoring individuality.

Learn how you can make a difference in helping to save the Grevy’s zebra with these tips.

Learn About Conservation Efforts
Education is key to helping the Grevy’s zebra because more you know, the more you can help! You can visit Grevy’s Zebra Trust to learn all about the animals themselves but also the conservation efforts this organization is leading.

Practice Ecotourism
Practicing ecotourism is a great way to help many endangered species. When you are on vacation, visit or volunteer with organizations that help protect wildlife.

Spread the Word
Be an advocate for the Grevy’s zebra. Tell their story to your friends, family, or on social media. By spreading the word, we can reach more people who can help.

Opt for Vegan Clothing
Avoid animal-skin products that support illegal hunting of these animals.

Provide a Donation
You can also provide monetary donations to the Grevy’s Zebra Trust where all the money goes directly to the conservation of the Grevy’s zebra.