Projects

  • THE TOUCAN RESCUE RANCH

    The Toucan Rescue Ranch (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Costa Rica wildlife. TRR works with a model that focuses on conservation, education, and research to ensure a brighter tomorrow for Costa Rica wildlife. TRR emphases on the care, rehabilitation, and release of national wildlife. We receive and

  • ALTURAS WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

    Alturas Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured, sick and orphaned wildlife here in Costa Rica. Our ultimate objective is to assist in the recovery and release of native wildlife. We provide high-quality veterinary treatment to all animals entering the facility. We

  • Penguin Rescue

    We’re giving penguins a helping hand ​​Our vision: To remove yellow-eyed penguins off the endangered species list ​Our mission: To provide sanctuary for penguins ​ Our work: ​Optimise penguin habitat Maximise penguin survival and breeding success Minimise disturbance of penguins Enhance management through research Advocate for penguin conservation Yellow-eyed penguins breed

  • 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

  • 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

  • Project Puffin

    The National Audubon Society started Project Puffin in 1973 in an effort to learn how to restore puffins to historic nesting islands in the Gulf of Maine. Today, Project Puffin refers to the active seabird restoration programs for puffins and other Maine seabirds as well as many public education programs.

  • The Ol Pejeta Conservancy

    From a working cattle ranch in colonial Kenya, to a trailblazer of conservation innovation – the story of Ol Pejeta is as enchanting as it is inspirational. Today, Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in east Africa, and home to three of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino.

  • 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