An educational and scientific society that aims to understand better primates and to facilitate information exchange about them.
The Barn Owl Trust aims to conserve the Barn Owl and its environment. They carry out practical conservation, research and educational work; advise farmers, government and landowners, and run a free information service. They also look after sick and injured owls in a genuine owl sanctuary - a place of peaceful retreat that's not open to the public.
The Black-footed Ferret Recovery Implementation Team (BFFRIT) was created in 1996 to integrate the expertise and resources of various partners contributing to recovery of the black-footed ferret.
Promoting the survival of the free ranging, Southern African cheetah through environmental education and delivering conservation initiatives.
To be the internationally recognised centre of excellence in the conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystems.
Supporting gorilla conservation and protection programs for BOTH Grauer's gorillas and mountain gorillas.
GRASP's mission is to work as a coherent alliance to conserve wild populations of every great ape in their natural habitats, and to ensure that where apes and people interact, their interactions are both positive and sustainable.
The organisation creates a proactive movement of conservation for all eight bear species and their habitats world-wide.
We are the first organization of its kind with experts and leading consultants from around the globe providing complete solutions in the field of consultancy and management of Houbara bustard captive breeding, conservation biology and re-introduction programs.
IOSF is the only charity solely dedicated to the conservation, protection and care of otters based on 20 years of scientific research in the UK and around the world.
The Kea Conservation Trust was set up in 2006 to assist in conservation of wild Kea (Nestor notabilis) in their natural habitat and to increase the husbandry standards and advocacy potential of those Kea held in captive facilities within New Zealand.
The Little Fireface Project aims to save the Loris from extinction through learning more about their ecology and using this information to educate local people and law enforcement officers, leading to empathy and empowerment whereby people in countries where lorises exist will want to save them for themselves.
The primary goals are conservation and captive propagation.
The Lubee Bat Conservancy work with other organizations to save fruit bats and their habitats through research, conservation, and education.
The mission of the Okapi Conservation Project is to conserve the okapi in the wild while preserving the biological and cultural dynamics of the Ituri Forest.
A fund-raising initiative to build lasting benefits for the communities who live along the Aberdare fence, conserve its water catchment, indigenous forests and one of East Africa's most famous rhino and wildlife sanctuaries.
RHINO FORCE supports THE AFRICA FOUNDATION and the direct conservation activities constantly undertaken by this organisation to protect and preserve Africa's rhino populations.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds works for a helathy environment rich in birds and wildlife; it depends on the support and generosity of others to make a difference.
SavePangolins.org is a project of the Pangolin Conservation Support Initiative (PCSI). PCSI directly supports pangolin conservation throughout Southeast Asia.
The Save the Tasmanian Devil Program is the official response to the threat to the survival of the Tasmanian Devil. The Program is an initiative of the Australian and Tasmanian governments.
The Snow Leopard Trust builds community partnerships by using sound science to determine priorities for protecting the endangered snow leopard.
The Vulture Conservation Foundation is committed to conservation, restoration and protection of vultures as umbrella species for their natural habitats throughout Europe.
Creating an even better future for whaltes and dolphins.