1,756,964 people have helped raise more than $4,656,698 for 222 projects

Projects for Wildlife Conservation Network

About this charity

The Wildlife Conservation Network protects endangered species and preserves their natural habitats by supporting entrepreneurial conservationists who pursue innovative strategies for people and wildlife to co-exist and thrive.

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Protect endangered pangolins in southern Africa South Africa

South Africa This project will protect pangolins – the most trafficked animal on earth – from accidental electrocution by designing wildlife-friendly electric fences in southern Africa.

Project cost

0USD 10,000

3,377

Raised from 1,455 people

Latest donation: AUD 2.00

19 minutes ago from a WorldNomads Australia customer


Support Cheetah Conservation in Botswana Botswana

Botswana This project will lessen the risk of retaliatory killing of cheetahs, Africa's most threatened big cat, by local farmers through improving their livelihoods with better livestock management and protection.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 20,008

Raised from 8,861 people


Protect Sharks and Rays in Belize Belize

Belize This project will engage the public and visitors in Belize’s first citizen science project to change perceptions, document populations, and support conservation efforts for sharks and rays.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 24,002

Raised from 10,242 people


Restore Forests to Protect Cotton-Top Tamarins in Colombia Colombia

Colombia This project will support local landowners to restore forest corridors in northern Colombia in order to connect forest fragments and thus increase available habitat for the critically endangered cotton-top tamarin.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 20,008

Raised from 8,251 people


Protect Magellanic Penguins in Patagonia Argentina

Argentina This project will support the continued protection of a relatively new colony of magellanic penguins in Peurto Madryn, a major tourist destination in Argentina. The project activities will include research, monitoring and community conservation outreach activities.

This project is 100% Funded

 

  

USD 20,002

Raised from 8,290 people