We want to show our support for the wildlife and environmental conservation NGOs (big and small) working tirelessly to protect our environment.
These NGOs have appeared on our site so if you would like to know more, follow the links!
NGOs, we want to hear from you! Help us spread the word about your wonderful achievements by getting in touch via the contact page.
At the Center for Biological Diversity, we believe that the welfare of human beings is deeply linked to nature — to the existence in our world of a vast diversity of wild animals and plants. Because diversity has intrinsic value, and because its loss impoverishes society, we work to secure a future for all species, great and small, hovering on the brink of extinction. We do so through science, law and creative media, with a focus on protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.
Fundación Entropika was established in 2007 by a group of dedicated conservationists, from varying backgrounds, based in Amacayacu National Park in the south of the Colombian Amazon. Entropika aims to contribute to the long-term conservation of tropical biodiversity by facilitating local community-led projects, establishing programmes of education, animal welfare, waste management and research, whilst working closely with indigenous people to tackle conservation issues and improve local living standards. Our approach encourages interdisciplinary cooperation regarding the management of biodiversity components, including in-situ conservation, community based research, environmental policies revision and the feasibility analyses of sustainable economic alternatives.
The Fund for Wild Flora and Fauna (FWFF) is a registered charitable organization dedicated to conserving the nature on the Balkans by meeting and respecting the needs of local communities. The organization has a sustainable approach to nature conservation. It seeks to find the best solution for all stakeholders thus securing the protection of the region’s special fauna and flora for generations to come.
Kuzey Doğa was founded in January 2008 in Kars, as the product of the Kars-Iğdır Biodiversity Project which started in 2003 by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Çağan H. Şekercioğlu. The vision of the foundation is the model of a world where the collapse of ecosystems are prevented, living species stop going extinct, and humans contribute to the protection of the environment as much as wildlife does.
Mongabay aims to raise awareness about social and environmental issues related to forests and other ecosystems. Mongabay.com is the world’s most popular site for rainforest information and a well-known source of environmental news reporting and analysis as well as environmental education materials. Mongabay’s sites draw more than 2.5 million visitors a month.
At the Nature Conservation Foundation, our goal is to contribute to the knowledge and conservation of India’s unique wildlife heritage with innovative research and imaginative solutions. We work in a range of wildlife habitats, from coral reefs and tropical rainforests to the high mountains of the Himalaya.
Our work seeks to create strategies in favor of conservation, the proper use of aquatic and terrestrial resources that count the communities that live in the areas where we are present, these strategies are designed in such a way as to motivate an active participation of the communities local, the business sector and the governmental entities of the area, and in this way, be all managers and participants of the processes that are developed trying to remain over time.
The Overberg Crane Group (OCG) works to protect the Blue Crane, South Africa’s national bird, and other threatened birds that live in the Overberg – an important birding region in South Africa. We’re a community organisation and therefore your involvement is vital.
Our mission is to create an environment where painted dogs can thrive.
How are we trying to do this?
We have put together a conservation model that will really work in the long term, and make a significant difference to the painted dog population in Zimbabwe. We employ more than 60 people from the local villages to run our conservation programs and run our education and outreach programs.
The Philippine Eagle Foundation firmly believes that the fate of our vanishing Philippine Eagle, the health of our environment, and the quality of Philippine life are inextricably linked. We are therefore committed to promote the survival of the Philippine Eagle, the biodiversity it represents, and the sustainable use of our forest resources for future generations to enjoy.
Project Seahorse is a marine conservation group dedicated to securing a world where marine ecosystems are healthy and well-managed.
SABUKO is a Society for Nature Conservation and Birdlife Partner in Georgia.
Our main directions is conservation of species and their habitats.
Our mission is to promote the conservation of wildlife in Georgia and to increase the valuation of nature by the public and to encourage the sustainable use of natural resources.
We aim to protect wild birds and their habitats, and to raise awareness about the value of nature and the importance of its protection.
The Snow Leopard Trust aims to better understand the endangered snow leopard, and to protect the cat in partnership with the communities that share its habitat.
The Vulture Conservation Foundation is an international NGO committed to the conservation of the European vulture species: Bearded Vultures (Gypaetus barbatus), Griffon vultures (Gyps fulvus), Cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus) and Egyptian vultures (Neophron percnopterus). VCF has extensive experience in breeding, reintroduction and protection of vultures in their natural habitat.
The Whitley Fund for Nature is a fundraising and grant-giving nature conservation charity offering recognition, training and grants to support the work of proven grassroots conservation leaders in developing
Changing hearts, minds and laws to ensure Africa’s critical species endure forever.