» Wildlife - Organizations
  • WWF - global environmental conservation organization
  • List of Wildlife Nonprofit Organizations - Many nonprofits advocate for environmental sustainability and wildlife conservation. Some have been around for several decades, while others were started in response to the growing threat
  • Ocean Conservancy - Ocean Conservancy promotes healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems and opposes practices that threaten ocean life and human life
  • Natural Resources Defense Council - Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) uses law, science, and the support of its members to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things
  • National Wildlife Federation - Education, inspiration and assistance for individuals and organizations to conserve wildlife and other natural resources
  • The Nature Conservancy - Environmental organization working towards nature conservation and wildlife preservation. Our work also involves helping conservation groups, endangered species, tropical rain forest conservation and maintaining biodiversity in wildlife habitats
  • Windstar Wildlife Institute - Provides info, ideas and tips on how to landscape for wildlife on urban and rural properties--free e-mail newsletter.
  • North American Wolf Association - Non-Profit Organization focused on Wolf Re-introduction & Wolf Preservation through Education. NAWA believes that Education is the key to long term success of native and reintroduced wolves
  • AAA Wildlife Control - A national wildlife removal organization who's mission is to proactively deal in a humane manner with urban wildlife encounters through education, prevention and hands on removal
  • Fauna Rescue - of Australia - A voluntary organization that rescues rehabilitates and releases native wildlife animal fauna and birds in South Australia
  • Wildlife Rescue League - Wildlife Rescue League members rehabilitate orphaned and injured native Virginia wildlife, provide public education, and encourages individuals to become licensed wildlife rehabilitators
  • Kirshner.org - Nonprofit wildlife educational facility. Home to a variety of animals including Siberian tigers, Bengal tigers, lions, cougars, leopards, ocelots, servals, and more
  • All Species - All Species is "a new organization that is attempting to catalog every living species on earth within one generation (25 years). A complete inventory of all species on our planet will greatly enhance our capacity to conserve essential biodiversity. This survey, which will include microbes, will enlist the support and cooperation of scientific organizations around the world."
  • Wild Chimpanzee Foundation - Learn about chimpanzees and the Wild Chimpanzee Foundation's plan to save them from extinction and save the African forest
  • Arkansas Elephant Sanctuary - A safe haven for all elephants needing sanctuary, Riddle Elephant Sanctuary in Arkansas offers humane, natural habitats for elephants. Adopt an elephant; attend elephant school for care, management and conservation of endangered species
  • Alaska Bird Observatory - Information about the Alaska Bird Observatory, including research and training, conference abstracts, calendar of events, bird links and resources, jobs, a faq, pictures, and more
  • Wildlife Rehabilitation - Committed to the preservation and restoration of Wildlife and its habitat trough education and wildlife rehabilitation
  • The Otter Project - The Otter Project promotes the rapid recovery of the California (southern) sea otter by facilitating research, and communicating research results to the general public and policy makers
  • Prairie Wildlife Research - Prairie Wildlife Research is a tax-exempt non-profit corporation, headquartered in Wall, South Dakota among large expanses of mixed-grass prairie. Established in 2001, the mission of PWR is to conduct and assist with scientific research and surveys of wildlife species of the prairie and their associated habitats
  • WildAid - WildAid's driving goal is simple and specific: to decimate the illegal wildlife trade within our lifetimes, allowing threatened species to recover to safe levels