|African Conservation Foundation|
The African Conservation Foundation's mission is to support and link African conservation initiatives, groups and NGOs.
|African Fund for Endangered Wildlife|
|AFEW's established the first educational nature sanctuary in independent Africa.|
|African People and Wildlife Fund|
|The African People & Wildlife Fund (APW) works to conserve Africa's wildlife, protect their natural habitats, and to promote village development through innovative, multidisciplinary strategies that emphasize coexistence with the natural world.|
|African Wildlife Foundation|
The African Wildlife Foundation works to ensure the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever.
|Africat Foundation (The)|
|The Africat Foundation was founded in 1991 to promote large carnivore conservation and animal welfare.|
|Alabama Wildlife Federation|
|Their mission is to promote the conservation of Alabama's wildlife and related natural resources, as a basis for the social and economic prosperity of present and future generations, through wise use and responsible stewardship of our wildlife, forests, fish, soils, water, and air.|
|Alaska Raptor Center|
The Alaska Raptor Center’s mission is threefold:
-To provide medical treatment for injured bald eagles and other birds
-To teach people about Alaska’s birds and environmental conservation
-To conduct bald eagle research.
|Alaska Whale Foundation|
Alaska Whale Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to research, conservation, and public education about marine mammals in Southeast Alaska.
|Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation|
|The Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation is Alberta's first privately licensed raptor rescue and conservation organization|
|Alberta Conservation Association|
|Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation|
|Their mission is to collaboratively pursue conservation of native species in Alberta, and their habitat.|
|All Things Wild Rehabilitation|
|Amamo Revival Collaboration in Kanazawa-Hakkei-Tokyo Bay Area|
|Amara Conservstion Ltd.|
Their mission is to conserve, protect and restore viable ecosystems in Africa, and to provide conservation education to African communities.
|Amboseli Trust for Elephants|
|American Bird Conservancy|
|American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit membership organization which conserves native birds and their habitats throughout the Americas by safeguarding the rarest species, conserving and restoring habitats, and reducing threats while building capacity in the bird conservation movement.|
|American Eagle Foundation|
|AEF is a not-for-profit organization of concerned citizens and professionals founded in 1985 to develop and conduct bald eagle and environmental recovery programs in the United States and to assist private, state and federal projects that do the same.|
The AArk is a joint effort of 3 principal partners: the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA), the IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (CBSG), and the IUCN/SSC Amphibian Specialist Group (ASG). They were formed to address the ex-situ components of the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan (ACAP).
|Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance|
|Amur Leopard Conservation Support Programme|
|Anne K Taylor Fund|
|The Anne K. Taylor Fund participates in antipoaching patrols, wildlife rescues, community education and support programs, support to address the bushmear trade.|
|Ape Action Africa|
|Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum|
|Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation|
The Foundation aims to acquire and provide financial support for properties and facilities for conservation education programs, wildlife habitat, and land for game and fish management programs.
|ARRC Wildlife Trust|
|Art for the Animals-AFTA Associates|
|AFTA Associates, which manages the "Art For The Animals Program", is working with top-tier conservation and research organizations to make consumers aware of endangered species and environmental issues; to raise money for their wildlife research and conservation, education and training programs; and to make the business of saving wildlife a business from which local communities can make a living.|
|Art Partnerships for Mongolian Conservation|
|Artists For Conservation Foundation (AFC) (formerly WNAG )|
|The Artists For Conservation Foundation (AFC) - formerly the Worldwide Nature Artists Group, is an international, non-profit, juried association of artists dedicated to celebrating and protecting our natural heritage.|
|Artists for Nature Foundation|
Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF) brings together renowned artists from all over the world to endangered locations.
|Asa Wright Nature Centre|
|Asian Turtle Conservation Network|
|The Asian Turtle Conservation network is a non-profit consortium of people, projects and institutions based within the Asian region working to conserve Asia's turtles.|
|Atlantic Salmon Federation|
|The Atlantic Salmon Federation is an international non-profit organization that promotes the conservation and wise management of the wild Atlantic salmon and its environment.
Audubon's mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and their habitats.
|Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Worldwide|
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors was inspired by Steve and Terri Irwin in 2002 who wanted to encourage more people to join them in the care and protection of wildlife around the world.
|Australian Conservation Foundation|
|The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) is committed to inspiring people to achieve a healthy environment for all Australians.|
|Australian Koala Foundation|
|Australian Marine Conservation Society|
|The Australian Marine Conservation Society is the voice for Australia's coasts and oceans. They work with local communities to protect ocean life and the habitats they call home. They are an independent, not-for-profit organisation that has been operating for over forty years.|
|Australian Orangutan Project|
|Bat Conservation International|
|Bat Conservation International (BCI) is devoted to conservation, education, and research initiatives involving bats and the ecosystems they serve.|
|Big Cat Rescue|
|Big Cat Rescue is the world's largest sanctuary for big cats who have been abused or abandoned.|
BirdLife International is a global alliance of national organizations dedicated to conserving bird species and their habitats.
|BirdLife's Save the Albatross Campaign|
The Save the Albatross campaign title is to reduce the number of seabird death caused by the longlining fishing industry to a sustainable level.
BA is dedicated to the conservation, study and enjoyment of Australia's native birds and their habitats.
|BirdWatch Ireland is the leading voluntary conservation organisation in Ireland, devoted to the conservation and protection of Ireland's birds and their habitats.|
|Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center|
|Born Free Foundation|
An international wildlife charity working with compassion to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourage everyone to treat all individual animals with respect.
|Borneo Conservation Trust|
|Borneo Conservation Trust (BCT), a Sabah State Government mandated Non-Governmental Organization established in 2006, aims to connect these fragmented ecosystems of protected areas both for fauna and flora biodiversity conservation in Sabah.
|Borneo Orangutan Survival|
|Canadian Organization for Tropical Education and Rainforest Conservation|
|COTERC provides leadership in education, research, conservation, and use of natural resources in the tropics.|
|Canadian Peregrine Foundation|
|The primary purpose of the Canadian Peregrine Foundation is to facilitate the recovery of endangered and threatened raptor species in Canada.|
|Canadian wildlife Federation|
|Being an animal protection society, CANIS puts its main focus on the canine family (dogs, wolves, jackals, coyotes, foxes etc.).|
|Carolina Raptor Center|
|Carolina Tiger Rescue|
|The Carolina Tiger Rescue provides sanctuary to animals and promotes conservation through education.|
|Center for Biodiversity and Conservation|
The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation is based at the American Museum of Natural History. It's mission is to mitigate critical threats to global biological and cultural diversity by: advancing scientific research in diverse ecosystems; strengthening the application of science to conservation practice and public policy; developing professional, institutional, and community capacity; and furthering the Museum's efforts to heighten public understanding and stewardship of biodiversity.
|Center For Whale Studies|
|Central Highlands Bird of Prey Shelter|
|The Central Highlands Bird of Prey Shelter, located in Western Victoria, Australia, is a privately owned and operated wildlife shelter for Birds of Prey.|
|Cheetah Conservation Fund|
|Ensuring the long-term survival of the cheetah and its ecosystem through a multi-disciplined and integrated conservation programme of research, management and education|
|Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network (NPS)|
The Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network is a partnership system of over 120 parks, wildlife refuges, museums, historic communities and trails in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
|Cibolo Nature Center|
|Cleveland Zoological Society|
|Compassion In World Farming|
Compassion in World Farming is working strategically toward a whole food system that is truly kind, caring and honest - kind to animals; caring for the environment and consumer health; and honestly labelled.
|Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey|
|Their mission is to preserve rare and imperiled species of wildlife that live and breed in, and migrate through New Jersey|
|Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL)|
|The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) promotes coral reef conservation around the world.|
|Cornell Lab of Ornithology|
|The Lab is a nonprofit membership institution whose mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biological diversity through research, education, and citizen science focused on birds.|
|David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust|
|The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a charity for the support of the management of Tsavo and wildlife -particularly Elephants and Black Rhinos, in Kenya.|
|David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation|
The Foundation responds promptly to conservation threats, supporting trusted, reputable individuals and organisations operating in the field.
|David Suzuki Foundation|
|The David Suzuki Foundation has worked to find ways for society to live in balance with the natural world that sustains us.|
|De Wildt Cheetah Centre|
|The aim is to ensure the future of the Cheetah Centre's breeding and release programmes.|
|Defenders of Wildlife|
|Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities.|
|Denver Zoological Foundation|
|The Denver Zoological Foundation provides wildlife conservancy, environmental education, and engages in scientific programs contributing to the conservation of animals and their ecosystems.|
|Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund|
|Since 1995, the DWCF has awarded nearly $18 million to conservation projects in 112 countries to protect wildlife, ecosystems and the communities so closely linked to their survival.
|DOLI is a French foundation for the protection of the Elephants in Central African Republic|
|Door County Land Trust|
|Downeast Salmon Federation|
Their mission is to conserve wild Atlantic salmon and its habitat, restorea viable sports fishery and protect other important river, scenic, recreational and ecological resources in eastern Maine
Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl.
|Ducks Unlimited Canada Inc.|
|Duke University Primate Center|
The Duke University Primate Center is to promote research and understanding of prosimians and their natural habitat.
|Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust|
|Durrell Wildlife's mission is saving species from extinction.|
|East African Wild Life Society|
|EAWLS is committed to promoting the conservation and wise use of East Africa's wildlife and the environment.|
|ECOCEAN Inc., a registered not-for-profit whale shark research and conservation organization with offices in Australia and the U.S.,|
|Survival and freedom of people and nature|
|Edmonton and Area Land Trust|
|The Edmonton & Area Land Trust is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to conserving the natural heritage of the region through private stewardship.|
Elephant Voices is gathering, analyzing and systematizing the acoustic repertoire of free-ranging savanna elephants. Formerly known as Savanna Elephant Vocalization Project
|Elephants For Africa|
|Elephants Without Borders|
|EWB’s vision is to open borders for Africa’s wildlife through research and education, and help ensure a prosperous and compatible future between people and wildlife.|
|Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge|
The mission of the Emerald Coast Wildlife Refuge (ECWR) is education, conservation and rehabilitation for the welfare of Florida's natural fauna.
|Endangered Species Fund of Canada|
The Endangered Species Fund of Canada (ESFC) gives financial assistance to Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park to support their public education and conservation.
|Endangered Species International|
|Endangered Species International is committed to reversing the trend of human induced species extinction and preserving their vital ecosystems.|
|Endangered Wolf Center|
Environmental Defense is a non-profit organization with 400,000 members linking science, economics and law to form solutions to society's most urgent environmental problems.
|Environmental Investigation Agency|
|The EIA investigates, exposes and campaigns against the illegal trade in wildlife and the destruction of our natural environment.|
|Fauna & Flora International|
|The mission is to act to conserve threatened habitats and ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science and take into account human needs.|
|Felidae Conservation Fund|
|The Felidae Conservation Fund aims to protect the 37 felidae species and their habitats globally.|
|Field Ornithology Group of Sri Lanka (FOGSL)|
|Foundation for North American Wild Sheep|
|The FNAWS is involved in the conservation, propagation, and management of wild sheep populations and their habitats|
|Friends of Great Swamp|
The Friends of Great Swamp was established in 1999 by local citizens in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to provide support to the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
|Friends Of Ruaha National Park|
Friends of Ruaha supports the conservation of the flora and fauna of the Ruaha National Park and the surrounding Game Reserves in Tanzania, East Africa.
|Friends of the Dunes|
|Friends of the Dunes is dedicated to conserving the natural diversity of coastal eFriends of the Dunes is dedicated to conserving the natural diversity of coastal environments through community supported education and stewardship programs. nvironments through community supported education and stewardship programs.|
|Friends of the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge|
|Friends of the National Parks Foundation (Indonesia)|
The Friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) is an Indonesian NGO working to preserve Indonesia's forests and national parks for with an initial focus on supporting the orangutan rehabilitation program within Tanjung Puting National Park, Borneo .
|Friends of the Northern Montezuma Wetlands Complex|
|The Montezuma Wetlands Complex (MWC) Project is an effort to protect, restore and enhance wildlife habitat.|
|Fundacion Vida Silvestre Argentina|
|Galapagos Conservancy (GC), formerly known as Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc., advocates for the lasting protection of the Galapagos Islands through programs of constituency building, education, and fundraising in North America.|
|Global Wildlife Conservation|
Global Wildlife Conservation Protects Endangered Species And Habitats Through Science-Based Field Action.
|Gorilla Organization (The) formerly Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund|
|The Gorilla Organization - fromerly the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is dedicated to protecting and saving the endangered Gorillas in their natural forest habitat in central Africa.|
|Grear Gull Island|
Great Gull Island is the site of an ongoing research project on Common Terns and Roseate Terns. Since 1966, over a quarter of a million terns have been banded and rebanded. Run under the auspices of The American Museum of Natural History in New York City, this 17-acre island has spawned a prodigious amount of scientific research.
|Great Gull Island Research Station|
|Great Gull Island is located at the tip of the northern fork of Long Island, New York along with Little Gull Island. Great Gull Island is known for its tern population and tern nesting site. The largest Common and Roseate Tern nesting site in the Northeast, Great Gull Island research station was established by the American Museum of Natural History in 1966.|
As a global organization, Greenpeace focuses on the the most crucial worldwide threats to our planet's biodiversity and environment.
|Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation|
|The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation funds inspired scientific research and innovative educational programs to encourage conservation and best management practices for sustainable marine environments.|
|Hawk Mountain Sanctuary|
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is the worlds first refuge for birds of prey.
|Hawk Watch International|
Hawk Watch's mission is to monitor and protect hawks, eagles, other birds of prey and their environment through research, education and conservation.
|Highlands Nature Sanctuary|
In the Arc of Appalachia, they are restoring the Eastern Old-Growth Forest, bringing nature back into our lives, creating a large wilderness reserve in the East, and protecting the bio-diversity of Life
The Houston Zoo provides a fun, unique, and inspirational experience fostering appreciation, knowledge, and care for the natural world.
|Humane Society International|
The Humane Society International is the largest animal protection organisation in the world with over 9 million supporters globally.
|Hummingbird Society (The )|
The Hummingbird Society promotes the understanding and conservation of hummingbirds.
|Illinois Smallmouth Alliance|
|The Illinois Smallmouth Alliance (ISA) was founded in 1994 by a group of dedicated anglers concerned about the future of the smallmouth fishery in Illinois|
|Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans|
|International Crane Foundation|
The International Crane Foundation (ICF) protects and restores wild crane populations and their ecosystems.
|International Wolf Center|
|The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future.|
|Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre|
|Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre is a registered charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals.|
|IUCN The World Conservation Union|
This ‘Green Web' of partnerships involving some 140 countries, and 750-plus NGOs, has generated environmental conventions, global standards, scientific knowledge and innovative leadership.
|Jane Goodall Institute|
The Jane Goodall Institute is a global nonprofit that empowers people to make a difference for all living things.
|Kanha National Parkand Tiger Reserve|
|Kawartha Turtle Trauma Center|
|TTC provides medical, surgical and rehabilitative care to injured native turtles in order to eventually release them back into their natural habitat|
|Kiritappu Wetland Trust|
|Kiritappu Wetland is a wetland with an area of 3168 ha, located in Hamanakacho, a town in eastern Hokkaido, Japan.It is the third largest wetland in Japan. The Kiritappu Wetlands were designated as a site of international importance the Ramsar convention in 1993.|
|La Société Provancher d'Histoire Naturelle du Canada|
|Laikipia Wildlife Forum|
|Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation|
Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a conservation non-profit organization in existence for thirty years treating the injured wildlife of Arizona.
|Liberty's Raptor and Reptile Centre|
|Libertys Raptor and Reptile Centre is a charity rescue centre for wild birds of prey and also to rehome and rescue reptiles (ex-pets etc.)|
|Lower Grand River Land Trust|
The land trust is a registered charitable non-profit organization that is directly involved in helping to protect natural, scenic, agricultural and/or historic property.
|Lowry Park Zoo -Tampa|
|Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is today ranked the number one zoo in the U.S. (Parents magazine 2009 & Child magazine 2004) and recognized by the State of Florida as a center for Florida wildlife conservation and biodiversity.|
|Maasiland Preservation Trust|
|Mariamma Charitable Trust|
|MarineBio Conservation Society|
|Marmot Recovery Foundation|
|The Marmot Recovery Foundation is a registered public charity working to save the endangered Vancouver Island marmot from extinction.|
|Mater Natura - Instituto de Estudos Ambientais|
|McKenzie River Trust|
|The McKenzie River Trust is a nonprofit land trust for the protection of critical habitat and scenic lands in the McKenzie basin in western Oregon.|
|Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund|
The Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund supports research, education, habitat protection and habitat restoration.
|The Marine Education, Research and Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. ( MERR ) is a non-profit stranding response and rehabilitation organization dedicated to the conservation of marine mammals and sea turtles.|
|Missouri Prairie Foundation|
The Missouri Prairie Foundation was founded in 1966 by a small group of conservation professionals and volunteers who were concerned about the rapid decline of greater prairie-chickens and the degradation and loss of grassland habitat throughout the state.
|Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre|
Monkey World rehabilitates chimps and other primates.
|Montana Raptor Conservation Center|
|The Montana Raptor Conservation Center in Bozeman, MT. is dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of raptors.|
|Mule Deer Foundation|
|The Mule Deer Foundation helps ensure the conservation of mule deer and black-tailed deer and their habitats.|
|National Parks Conservation Association (USA)|
NPCA plays a role in ensuring that U.S. national parks are protected in perpetuity.
|National Wild Turkey Federation|
The NWTF is a half million member grassroots, nonprofit organization with members in 14 countries supporting wildlife management and wild turkey hunting .
|National Wildlife Federation|
|National Wildlife Federation has been working to protect America's wildlife since 1936.|
|Natural Resources Defence Council|
NRDC is an environmental action organization usieng law, science and the support of more than 1 million members to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.
|Formerly "Canadian Nature Federation", Nature Canada's mission is to conserve and protect nature—Canada's natural diversity of plant and animal species and their environment.|
|Nature Conservancy (International)|
The Nature Conservancy has been working with communities, businesses and individuals to protect more than 117 million acres around the world .
|Nature Conservancy of Canada|
|The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has been working to protect Canada's most threatened natural habitats and the endangered species.|
|Nature Conservation Foundation|
|Nature Trust of British Columbia|
The Nature Trust is dedicated to the conservation of habitats as well as areas of ecological significance and scenic beauty within British Columbia.
|Nature Wildlife Refuge|
|The Back to Nature Wildlife Refuge mission is to rescue, raise, rehabilitate, and release injured or orphaned native species wildlife and to provide education about respecting and preserving the environment
|Norfolk Wildlife Trust|
|Northern Rangelands Trust|
|NRT was established in 2004. Its mission is to develop resilient community conservancies which transform people’s lives, secure peace and conserve natural resources.|
|NorthWest Raptor and Wildlife Center|
|The Northwest Raptor & Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization whose work is the rehabilitation and release of wildlife.|
|Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument|
|Surpassing Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) will form part of a 140,000-square-mile (362,580-square-kilometer) protected area nearly the size of California.|
|O Boticario Foundation for Nature Protection|
The Fundação O Boticário de Proteção à Natureza (O Boticário Foundation for Nature Protection) is a nonprofit institution whose mission is to promote and take actions to conserve nature.
|O.W.L. (Orphaned Wild Life Rehabilitation Society)|
|Ocean Arks International|
Ocean Arks International, is a global leader in the field of ecological water purification.
|Ocean Conservancy promotes healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems and opposes practices that threaten ocean life and human life.|
Oceana campaigns to protect and restore the world's oceans. Their teams of marine scientists, economists, lawyers and advocates win specific and concrete policy changes to reduce pollution and to prevent the irreversible collapse of fish populations, marine mammals and other sea life.
|Ol Pejeta Conservancy|
|Ontario Specialized Species Centre|
|Operation Wildlife (Kansas )|
|Advocates for wildlife with rehabilitation services for injured and orphaned wild animals, and wildlife education in northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri|
|Orang Utan Republik Education Initiative|
|Orangutan Foundation International (OFI)|
The Orangutan Foundation International supports the conservation and understanding of the orangutan and its rain forest habitat while caring for ex-captive individuals.
|Orangutan Protection Foundation|
|Pacific WildLife Foundation|
|Painted Dog Conservation Organisation|
|The Painted Dog Conservation Organisation's mission is to conserve and increase the range and numbers of the painted dog (Lycaon pictus) both in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in Africa.|
|Pakistan Wetlands Programme|
Panthera currently focuses its range-wide conservation strategies on the world's largest, most imperiled cats – tigers, lions, jaguars and snow leopards – and is planning conservation strategies for cheetahs, leopards and mountain lions. Panthera also supports research and conservation activities on populations of other cat species, as well as initiatives to improve felid research techniques and methodology.
|Papua Bird Club|
|PBC is the only organization that specialized its program in bird conservation in West Papua.|
|Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC)|
|Parrot Education & Adoption Center (PEAC) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to educating current and potential bird owners on the proper care of pet birds.|
Parrots International is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, not for profit, organization with the goal of benefiting parrots everywhere by promoting and fostering international cooperation.
|Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)|
|PAWS is dedicated to the protection of performing animals, to providing sanctuary to abused, abandoned and retired captive wildlife, to enforcing the best standards of care for all captive wildlife, to the preservation of wild species and their habitat and to promoting public education about captive wildlife issues.|
|Pheasants Forever is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America.|
|Philippine Eagle Foundation|
The Philippine Eagle Foundation is 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.
|Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center|
|Care for injured and orphaned wild animals. Licensed by PA Game Commission, US Fish & Wildlife Service and US Dept of Agriculture.|
|Pollyanna Pickering Foundation|
|The Pollyanna Pickering Foundation raises funds and campaigns for conservation and animal welfare in the UK and worldwide|
|Potomac Conservancy protects the health, beauty, and enjoyment of the Potomac River and its tributaries.|
|Project Wildlife (San Diego CA )|
Project Wildlife cares for injured, orphaned, and sick native wildlife of San Diego County, and releases rehabilitated animals back into their natural habitats.
|Quail Unlimited works on quail habitat improvement projects.|
|Raincoast Conservation Society|
|Raincoast Conservation Society is a non-profit research and public education organization working to build support for decisions that protect marine and rainforest habitat on B.C.'s central and north coast.|
|Rainforest Action Network (RAN)|
|Rainforest Foundation UK|
The Rainforest Foundation supports indigenous people and traditional populations of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment and fulfil their rights.
|Rainforest Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation that has been protecting and restoring rainforests in Australia and internationally|
|Raptor Education Group|
|Raptor Education Group, is dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured or orphaned native bird species and public education of wildlife issues.|
|Raptor Trust (The)|
|The Raptor Trust is one of the premier, privately funded wild bird rehabilitation centers.|
|Rare and Endangered Species Trust (REST)|
|The REST supports the study of rare and endangered species in Namibia and helps develop and facilitate solutions to community, national and international problems with these species.|
|Rhino Ark seeks solutions in the Aberdare mountain range of Kenya to conserve one of Kenya's finest indigenous forests and to resolve human/wildlife conflict.|
|Rhino Rescue Trust|
The Rhino Rescue Trust's primary aim is to combat the decimation of rhino populations in Kenya. It is also linked to the Tiger Rescue in India.
|Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand|
Formed in 1923, Forest & Bird has about 40,000 members in 50 branches that work on a variety of conservation activities, from re-forestation to lobbying, bird monitoring to weed-busting.
|Royal Society for the Protection of Birds|
The RSPB exists to conserve wild birds and the environment.
|Ruaha Conservation Fund|
|Safari Club International Foundation|
|The SCI Foundation funds and manages worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian services.|
|Safari West Wildlife Foundation|
|Safari West Wildlife Foundation, (SWWF) is a research and educational nonprofit organization educating the local community through seminars, workshops, and wildlife camps for children|
|SAFE For Animals|
|Safe Haven Animal Sanctuary of Sussex County|
|The new sanctuary will be coming to Sussex County, Delaware, USA, in 2006 offering an adoption program, educational outreach programs and safety for animals.|
|Sahara Conservation Fund|
Sahara Conservation Fund's mission: the conservation of the wildlife of the Sahara and its bordering Sahelian grasslands. Their vision is of a Sahara that is well conserved and where ecological processes function naturally.
|Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network|
The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network exists to support the present and future health of wildlife species and communities
|SAVE African Rhino Foundation (Inc.)|
The SAVE FOUNDATION of Australian (Inc), is a Non-Governmental Organisation committed to saving the endangered species of Africa from extinction. Founded in 1987, the organisation has a broad range of activities, with a particular focus on the African black rhinoceros and Zimbabwe.
|Save The Bilby Fund|
|Save The Frogs|
|Save the Manatee Club|
|Save the Manatee Club protects manatees and their aquatic habitats for future generations.|
|Sea Research Foundation, Inc.|
Sea Research Foundation’s mission is to inspire people to care for and protect our ocean planet through education, research and exploration.
|Sea Shepherd Conservation Society|
|SEO / BirdLife|
SEO / BirdLife (Spanish Ornithological Society), is the pioneer organization of nature conservation and biodiversity in Spain.
|Shark Research Institute|
Shark Research Institute (SRI), is a multi-disciplinary non-profit scientific research organization, created conduct research on sharks and promote the conservation of sharks.
The Sierra Club is an advocate for the environment locally and globally. It has been instrumental in preserving wilderness, wildlife and nature's most splendid wild places including Yosemite National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, the Florida Everglades, and the Sequoia National Monument.
|Silvery Gibbon Project|
|The Silvery Gibbon Project raises funds for the conservation of the critically endangered Silvery Gibbon, a primate found only in the jungles of Indonesia.|
|Small Cat Conservation Alliance|
The mission of Small Cat Conservation Alliance is to ensure the survival of small wild cats and their natural habitats worldwide.
|Snow Leopard Trust|
|The ISLT is dedicated to the conservation of the endangered snow leopard and its mountain ecosystem.|
|Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)|
The SPCA is all about protecting animals
There are related societies in many countries
|South Alabama Birding Association|
|Southern African Wildlife College|
|The Southern African Wildlife College ris a regionally recognised centre of excellence in conservation education and training.|
|Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center|
|Southwest Wildlife rescues, rehabilitates, and releases injured, displaced, and orphaned wildlife.|
|Soysambu Conservancy Ltd.|
|The SPVS (Portuguese acronym for the Society for Wildlife Research and Environmental Education) has the mission "works toward the conservation of nature by protecting native areas, by carrying out environmental education programs and by developing models for the rational utilization of natural resources".|
|St - Lawrence Coalition|
|The St. Lawrence Coalition was created to persuade government bodies to issue a moratorium on oil and gas exploration and exploitation in the Gulf of St. Lawrence as soon as possible.|
|Sudbury Elk Restoration Committee|
|The Sudbury Elk Restoration Committee originated years ago as an organization whose mission was to ensure the restoration of elk in our area.|
The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education.
|Tasmanian Land Conservancy|
|Teton Raptor Center|
Teton Raptor Center helps birds of prey through education, conservation and rehabilitation. Teton Raptor Center is located at the Hardeman Ranch in Wilson, Wyoming.
The Brooke is the UK's leading overseas equine welfare charity and their aim is to improve the lives of horses, donkeys and mules working in the poorest parts of the world.
|The African People & Wildlife Fund|
The African People & Wildlife Fund (APW) works to conserve Africa's wildlife, protect their natural habitats, and to promote village development through innovative, multidisciplinary strategies that emphasize coexistence with the natural world.
|The Art of BAS Tiger Project|
|The Art of BAS Tiger Project is raising much needed funds for tiger conservation through the sales of an artwork.|
|The Endangered Wildlife Trust|
|The Endangered Wildlife Trust conserves threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa|
|The Mara Triangle|
|The Owl Foundation|
|The Owl Foundation is a non-profit conservation organization that operates a centre for the rehabilitation to release status of Canadian Owl species.|
|The Peregrine Fund|
|The Peregrine Fund works nationally and internationally, to conserve birds of prey in nature.|
|The Ruffed Grouse Society|
The Ruffed Grouse Society is dedicated to improvingthe environment for Ruffed Grouse, Woodcock, and other forest wildlife.
|Timber Wolf Alliance|
Timber Wolf Alliance (TWA) promotes and assists in achieving a sustainable population of wolves through public education in the western Great Lakes region.
|Trout Unlimited's mission is to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.|
|Trumpeter Swan Society|
|The Trumpeter Swan Society (TTSS) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to assuring the vitality and welfare of wild Trumpeter Swan populations.|
|Tufts Center for Conservation Medicine (Tufts CCM)|
|CCM brings together veterinarians, physicians, ecologists, and conservation professionals to develop education and research activities that explore the relationships among animal, human, and environmental health.|
|Turbary Woods Owl & Bird of Prey Sanctuary|
|Turbary Woods offers a unique collection of over 90 birds of prey including eagles, hawks, falcons, owls and more unusual species.|
|Conserving the wildlife and habitats of Africa|
|U.S. National Arboretum|
|The U.S. National Arboretum is a U.S. Department of Agriculture research and education facility and a living museum.|
|United Waterfowlers of Florida|
|They preserve the waterfowling heritage for future generations of Floridians.|
|Vital Ground Foundation|
Vital Ground seeks to preserve a wildlife legacy for future generations by focussing on grizzly habitat.
|Western Australian Forest Alliance (WAFA)|
|WAFA seeks an immediate halt to the destruction, through logging and frequent burning, of all remaining old growth and high conservation value native forests.|
The Whale Trust is an organization in Maui focusing on the Humpback Whales
|Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation|
|Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre|
|Wild at Heart continues their mission to professionally treat wildlife and educate about human-wildlife interactions. They treat over 600 wild animals annually.|
|Wild Bird Care Centre|
The primary mission of the Wild Bird Care Centre is to assess, treat, and rehabilitate sick, orphaned, or injured wild birds before releasing them back to the wild.
|Wild Bird Rescue|
|Wild Bird Rescue, Inc. works diligently to provide the community with humane solutions to wild bird problems.|
|Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary|
|The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary is located near Gallup, New Mexico and work caring for abandoned wolves and wolf-dogs.|
Wild Wonders, Inc. is a wildlife education organization that travels throughout the United States providing exotic animals and animal trainers for shows, parties, rentals, programs, and exhibits.
|Wildcare Australia Inc.|
|Wilderness Safaris Wildlife Trust|
The goal of the Trust is to make a difference to Africa, her wildlife and her people
|The Wilderness Society brings to bear scientific expertise, analysis and bold advocacy at the highest levels to save, protect and restore America's wilderness areas|
|Wildlife Conservation Network|
|Wildlife Conservation Network supports conservation entrepreneurs to protect endangered flagship species and preserve their natural habitats.|
|Wildlife Conservation Society|
|The Wildlife Conservation Society saves wildlife and wild lands through science, international conservation, education, and the management of the world's largest system of urban wildlife parks, led by the flagship Bronx Zoo.|
|Wildlife Habitat Canada|
Wildlife Habitat Canada (WHC) was established by Environment Canada, provincial wildlife agencies and conservation agencies within the wildlife habitat coalition.
|Wildlife Information and Rescue Service (WIRES)|
|Rehabilitating sick, injured and orphaned native animals.|
|Wildlife Protection Association of Australia|
|conserve, protect and preserve the wildlife of Australia by all lawful means.|
|Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Central Florida|
|Wildlife Science Center|
|The Wildlife Science Center is a nationally recognized education and research facility providing exposure to wild animals and the body of knowledge generated for their conservation|
The Wildlife Society comprises nearly 9,000 wildlife professionals and students from more than 60 countries who are actively engaged in wildlife conservation and management..
|Wildlife SOS India|
Wildlife Trust aims to improve humankind's ability to restore endangered species to healthy population levels, and to provide for long-term biodiversity management.
|Wildlife Direct gives those who care about wildlife the opportunity to follow day-to-day activities on the ground and provides support to initiatives of their choice.|
|Wildling Art Museum|
The Wildling Art Museum is an educational institution presenting art of America's wilderness so participants gain a greater appreciation of the art and for preserving our natural heritage.
|Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary|
|Wings of Wonder|
Wings of Wonder is a non-profit raptor sanctuary located in Empire, Michigan. Active since 1990, our primary mission is education. Wings of Wonder presents more than 150 educational programs annually throughout Michigan, reaching 10,000 people each year.
|Wolf Conservation Center|
|Wolf Haven International|
|Wombat Protection Society of Australia|
|The Wombat Protection Society of Australia funds projects that provide wombats with immediate protection from harm, enhance the quality of life of individuals or groups of wombats and develops or maintains suitable habitat and/or sanctuaries for wombats.|
|World Heritage Convention (UNESCO)|
UNESCO encourages the identification, protection and preservation of cultural and natural heritage around the world considered to be of outstanding value to humanity .
|World Land Trust|
|World Land Trust has helped purchase and protect biologically important and threatened lands, and habitats rich in wildlife, in Asia, Central and South America and the UK.|
|World Parrot Trust|
|The World Parrot Trust works with parrot enthusiasts, researchers, local communities and government leaders to encourage effective solutions that protect parrots.|
|The Xerces Society is an international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting biological diversity through invertebrate conservation.|
|Yukon Conservation Society (YCS)|
|The Yukon Conservation Society (YCS) is a grassroots environmental non-profit organization, whose mandate is to pursue ecosystem well-being throughout the Yukon and beyond.|
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