to wildlife conservation
Protecting endangered wildlife one species at a time
KEY PROJECT APPROACH
Protecting wildlife through community empowerment.
Working both locally and globally, we’re creating human-wildlife co-existence in regions where endangered species are most vulnerable.
Empowering and inspiring local communities to protect their local wildlife.
$4,600 per camp location for over 200 kids
Combating poaching and wire snare use near critical wildlife areas.
$18,000 per year to remove wire snares
Our work in action!
Our Wildlife Conservation Camp helps fight poaching and the illegal bushmeat trade in the Mgahinga region of Uganda, which is home to the critically endangered mountain gorillas and golden monkeys.
The consequences of poaching extend across the lines of moral, environmental, and human rights issues. It is an issue that is immensely complex to solve
Green Sea Turtles Surrounding the warm coastline of Raine Island off the Great Barrier Reef, hundreds of Green Sea Turtles wait to nest their eggs.
A Melting Planet: glacier regression and rising sea levels Trift Glacier, Switzerland. Left (2006), Right (2015). Photo by Extreme Ice Survey Glaciers around the world
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