• Africa

    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.

  • Africa

    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

  • Africa

    SOS Primates

    ABOUT US SOS Primates is formed by a multidisciplinary team of people working in the world of primatology, animal welfare and conservation. Most have worked and collaborated in primates rescue centers in different countries, knowing firsthand the situation facing this group of animals. In order to publicize these problems and

  • Birds

    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

  • North America

    Carolina Tiger Rescue

    Saving and protecting wild cats in captivity and in the wild. We work toward a day when wild cats are living in their native habitat and are not exploited by humans. Carolina Tiger Rescue is home to ten species of animals, including tigers, lions, cougars, and kinkajous. Many of our

  • Research

    MarAlliance

    MarAlliance improves the understanding and conservation of threatened marine species and their habitats, notably sharks and rays on the Mesoamerican reef. To do this, we create new knowledge by monitoring the abundance and characteristics of species in key sites. We train local fishermen to help up and engage our local

  • Africa

    Tsavo Trust

    Our Mission To give both the wildlife and the people of Tsavo the right to a future. How we achieve this We are ambitious, yet realistic. Over the next ten years, the Tsavo Trust will undertake three targeted and focused work-streams to help to fulfil our mission: Wildlife Conservation Program:

  • Reptiles

    Turtle Survival Alliance

    The Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA) is an action-oriented global partnership that is committed to zero turtle extinctions in the 21st century. To achieve this, the TSA: Creates breeding programs, including building facilities, for critically endangered freshwater turtles and tortoises Conducts field research Develops conservation plans and puts those plans into

  • Cental America

    Interwinged Conservation Corp

    Intertwined Conservation began as a connecting base for nature – its beauty, mysteries, and inhabitants – and people who have grown increasingly distant from their origins. We crave to observe first-hand trees taller than skyscrapers, waterfalls in hidden canyons, troops of monkeys in their natural habitats, and other natural wonders that are rapidly

  • Africa

    Amboseli Trust for Elephants

    ATE’s research arm, the Amboseli Elephant Research Project, has made many important contributions to elephant research over the years. The knowledge gained from the AERP team has profoundly altered the way we think about, conserve and manage elephant populations. Our research has highlighted the ethical implications of dealing with sentient,