Projects

  • David Shepard Wildlife Foundation

    WORKING TO SAVE ENDANGERED SPECIES OUR VISION Our vision is for a world where man shares the planet in harmony with other creatures living in their natural habitat. OUR MISSION The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation is a small, highly effective wildlife conservation charity funding key conservation projects across Africa and Asia.

  • Ape Alliance

    About Us The Ape Alliance, which started in 1996 (read about 2001 – An Ape Odyssey), is an international coalition of organizations and individuals (view Ape Alliance members), working for the conservation and welfare of apes. It exists to: Provide a forum for discussion of issues relating to apes. Develop position papers

  • World Parrot Trust

    HOW WE WORK The World Parrot Trust (WPT) has brought together global wildlife conservation and welfare specialists to direct and put into action effective programs to protect parrots. Our approach is rooted in science, and is based on decades of first hand experience in the field as well as a

  • Red Panda Network

    The Red Panda Network saves wild red pandas and preserves their habitat through the empowerment of local communities by community-based research, education, and carbon mitigation. For example, in eastern Nepal, based on our initial consultations with the local villagers, we created the world’s first community-based monitoring of a red panda

  • Blue Ventures

    Our story started over a decade ago, surveying coral reefs in the Mozambique channel. Vezo communities in southern Madagascar were concerned about the decline of their fisheries, so we supported one village to experiment with closing off a small section of their octopus gleaning area for a few months, to see whether this might boost

  • Snow Leopard Conservancy

    Dr. Rodney Jackson, Director of the Snow Leopard Conservancy, is widely considered the leading world expert on the snow leopard, having devoted over 30 years to researching and conserving this elusive cat in South and Central Asia. His 1980’s pioneering radio-tracking study of snow leopards in the Nepalese Himalaya led

  • Save Vietnam’s Wildlife

    Vision Environmental harmony between people and nature in Vietnam where wildlife is given the opportunity to flourish. Mission Save Vietnam’s Wildlife commits to protecting and increasing populations of threatened wildlife in Vietnam by rescuing threatened animals, protecting entire populations and ensuring secured habitats. We act to identify and select the

  • Project Rhino KZN

    PROJECT RHINO KZN VISION What motivates us daily is the dream of both White and Black rhino species thriving in KwaZulu-Natal and far beyond – forever free, forever secure from poaching, well managed and protected. Today we strive to protect the world’s last remaining African rhino species, So that tomorrow

  • Turtle Conservancy

    Turtles are among the most threatened groups of animals on the planet, and are in desperate need of conservation help. More than half of their 300+ species are threatened with extinction according to IUCN Red List criteria. Primary threats to turtles and tortoises include habitat loss and degradation, high-volume unsustainable

  • Wildlife SOS

    Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by a small group of individuals inspired to start a movement and make lasting change to protect and conserve India’s natural heritage, forest and wildlife wealth. Today, the organisation has evolved to actively work towards protecting Indian wildlife, conserving habitat, studying biodiversity, conducting research