• Uganda Carnivore Program

    Predator populations are rapidly declining.  We are working hard to save them. Lions, leopards, and hyenas are among the most popular charismatic mega fauna in the world.  Unfortunately, their populations have declined significantly over the years, due mainly to the growing needs of an expanding human population.  Habitat loss due

  • The Zambezi Society

    The Zambezi River is Africa’s fourth-largest river and is one of the finest and least spoilt in the world. Its basin is larger than the Sahara Desert and flows through eight countries in central and southern Africa. It is rich in biological diversity. Its wetlands, aquatic systems, riverine woodlands, montane

  • Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

    The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is an award-winning catalyst and model for community conservation, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s Green List of successful protected areas. Lewa is the heart of wildlife conservation, sustainable development and responsible tourism in northern Kenya and our

  • Biologists Without Borders

    Biologists without Borders is dedicated to protecting threatened species and their habitats through scientific research. Wildlife reserves in developing countries often have limited resources to conduct the requisite studies to effectively manage their wildlife populations. Biologists without Borders is a new non-profit organization, with 501 (c) 3 status, that offers a unique approach to conservation needs. We provide professional wildlife

  • Hirola Conservation Program

    The hirola conservation programme (HCP) promotes the conservation of the endangered hirola antelope (Beatragus hunteri) and its fragile habitat in partnership with local pastoralist groups. The programme was established in 2008 as a small grassroot programme but only picked up in 2011 to address the urgent need to conserve the

  • Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation

     Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation (NWCF) was organized in California as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in early 2015. A San Diego based couple opened Zikomo Safari, an Eco Hotel located in the Zambian bush,  in 2014. They decided action needed to be taken to actively reduce both wildlife crime and local

  • Gorilla Doctors

    Gorilla Doctors is dedicated to saving the mountain and eastern lowland (Grauer’s) gorilla species one gorilla patient at a time. Our international veterinary team provides hands-on medical care to ill and injured mountain and Grauer’s gorillas living in the national parks of Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo

  • 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


    The Centre de Rehabilitation des Primates de Lwiro (CRPL) was established in 2002 by the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN) and the Centre de Recherché en Sciences Naturelles (CRSN) when it became apparent that the illegal trade in wildlife was a problem in the area and