The world’s a big place, but all things considered we do quite a good job at getting around. So far, WildLife Foundation has supported projects on every continent except Antarctica (but watch this space!).
We’ve only got one planet and we need to protect it. At WildLife Foundation, we do some pretty cool work with cutting edge scientists and conservationists on climate change and how it is affecting the world’s wildlife.
[WildLife Foundation] generously funded part of the budget for our
environmental education projects in schools in western Mongolia. These schools
are situated near the Wild Camel Protection Foundation Wild Camel
Breeding Centre at Zakhyn Us, the buffer zone of the Great Gobi Area of Special
Protection ‘A’. WCPF has established eco clubs with the teachers at over
ten schools there and distributed the three educational booklets written
by John Hare FRGS about the wild camel an IUCN listed endangered mammal and a
Mongolian Redbook species. Thank you for your support for this incredibly
Kate Rae | Managing Trustee | Wild Camel Protection Foundation
WildLife Foundation has been a long-term supporter of Wild Welfare in the work we do it improve captive wild animal welfare around the globe. From working together to rehome brown bears in Japan to our Partner for Animals programme, where staff from Yorkshire Wildlife Park in the UK and Noboribetsu Bear Park in Japan collaborate to develop better husbandry and care for bears in captivity, WildLife Foundation is committed to improving animal welfare around the world.
Simon Marsh | Director | Wild Welfare