Projects

  • Raptor Research Foundation

    A BRIEF HISTORY of the RAPTOR RESEARCH FOUNDATION Following those horrific decades from the 1930s to the 1950s when most folks shot and poisoned raptors as “good-for-nothing chicken-hawks”, bird of prey populations were next subjected to a barrage of chemical abuses ranging from both the direct and indirect effects of

  • 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

  • West Coast Penguin Trust

    About the Penguin Trust Blue Penguin and chicks The West Coast Penguin Trust is a charitable trust formed in 2006 by local residents concerned at the decline in blue penguin populations. The Trust promotes the awareness and enjoyment of blue penguins and other coastal birds through participation in community events,

  • Tawaki Project

    The Fiordland penguin (Eudyptes pachyrhynchus) or tawaki is believed to be one of the rarest penguins worldwide. It is one of six crested penguin species (Eudyptes spp.), a group that has experienced significant population declines in the past decades. Climate change and associated reduction of oceanic productivity are likely an

  • The Carnivore Converancy

    The mission of the Carnivore Conservancy is to support the conservation of threatened carnivore species through scientific research, education and ecotourism. Our flagship conservation program focuses on three species of marsupial carnivores in Australia’s island state of Tasmania: the Tasmanian devil, spotted-tailedquoll and eastern quoll. Over time, we will expand

  • 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

  • Save The Tasmanian Devil

    The Program Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) is a rare infectious cancer that is spreading through wild Tasmanian devil populations. The Tasmanian devil has been listed as Endangered by the Federal and State governments, as well as the Red List of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources

  • Support Our Sharks

    About us Shark biologist Dr. Ryan Kempster founded the Support Our Sharks (SOS) Ocean Conservation Society in 2010 with a mission to support healthy oceans by promoting better protection for sharks and their close relatives the rays and skates. SOS is a science-based conservation group raising awareness to the threats

  • Fins Attached

    We believe in the preservation of our world’s precious resources and that through the protection of the ocean’s apex predators marine ecosystem balance can be maintained for the benefit of all living things on earth. The mission of Fins Attached is to conduct research, promote conservation and provide education for the

  • Global Penguin Society

    The Global Penguin Society is dedicated to the survival and protection of the world´s penguin species, fostering integrated ocean conservation through science, management and community education. The Global Penguin Society (GPS) is the first and only coalition of its kind to take an international and independent approach to the conservation