21st Century Tiger
A partnership between the Zoological Society of London and Global Tiger Patrol which raises funds for wild tiger conservation projects.
"...21st Century Tiger supports projects in many of the 13 tiger range countries. Core projects receiving long-term support are in Russia, India and Sumatra...Almost 100 grants have been awarded since 1997, and more are currently being assessed by our advisors..." Anima Naturalis
The dissemination of information necessary for a change of consciousness that allows peaceful coexistence between humans and nonhumans; protection of animal rights.
"...We believe that animals deserve fundamental rights including the right to life, liberty, not to be tortured and not be considered property. The idea of rights provides protection to beings with interests and animals have at least the interest of their own well being and to avoid painful. Our use of animals in our society infringed those interests, because we only account that can be beneficial for us to use and exploitation..." Animal Defenders International
Working globally for the protection of animals.
Animal Welfare Institute
Since its founding in 1951, AWI has sought to alleviate the suffering inflicted on animals by people. Animal programs include campaigns to prevent commercial exploitation of endangered species.
"...The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) condemns violence directed against all living creatures. There are no exceptions..." Arkive
Promoting the conservation of the world's threatened species through the power of wildlife imagery.
With species extinction now occurring at a faster rate than at any time in Earth's history, effective awareness raising and education programmes are ever more vital. Powerful wildlife imagery is an emotive and effective means of building environmental awareness and engagement, and quick and easy access to this imagery is essential in the digital mass communications society we live in today. However, until now, this valuable imagery has been scattered throughout the world, in a wide variety of private, commercial and specialist collections, with no centralised collection, restricted public access, limited educational use, and no co-ordinated strategy for its long term preservation. ARKive is now putting that right, gathering together the very best films and photographs of the world's species into one centralised digital library, to create a unique audio-visual record of life on Earth, prioritising those species at most risk of extinction. Preserved and maintained for future generations, ARKive is making this key resource accessible to all, from scientists and conservationists to the general public and school children, via its award-winning website. ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity
ACB champions biodiversity conservation in the region and enhances its global standing as a center of excellence for biodiversity conservation.
Big Cat Conservation
UK organization for and on behalf of registered Wildlife Rescue Shelters and Charities in the UK and overseas.
The Born Free Foundation is a dynamic international wildlife charity, devoted to compassionate conservation and animal welfare. Born Free takes action worldwide to protect threatened species and stop individual animal suffering.
Bushmeat Crisis Task Force
A consortium of conservation organizations and scientists dedicated to the conservation of wildlife populations threatened by commercial hunting for sale as meat.
Care for the Wild
International wildlife conservation organization. Care for the Wild International (CWI) works with the Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand (WFFT) to care for the rescued tiger, Meow. and the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre in Cambodia.
Cheetah and Wild Dog
Rangewide conservation planning for cheetah and African wild dog.
Cheetah Conservation Fund
Worldwide conservation of cheetahs and their ecosystem.
The Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF)was founded in 1990 by Dr. Laurie Marker. As Namibia has the largest and healthiest population of cheetahs left in the world, CCF's International Research and Education Centre is based in Namibia, near Otjiwarongo. CCF works to: •create and manage long-term conservation strategies for the cheetah throughout their range •develop and implement better livestock management practices, eliminating the need for ranchers to kill so many cheetah •conduct conservation education programs for local villagers, ranchers and school children •continue intensive scientific research in cheetah genetics, biology and species survival Conservation International
Conservation through innovative approaches, science, partnerships and field work.
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation is an adaptable and flexible, non-bureaucratic organisation responding promptly to conservation threats by supporting trusted, reputable individuals and organisations operating in the field.
"...David Shepherd is known internationally as an artist and ambassador for wildlife. In 1960 he become a conservationist overnight when he came across 255 zebra lying dead around a poisoned waterhole in Tanzania. David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) has given away over £4million in grants to save critically endangered mammals in their wild habitat and benefit the local people who share their environment...(the) foundation supports a range of innovative, vital and far-reaching projects throughout Africa and Asia, achieving real results for wildlife survival..." Earth Law Center
Earth Law Center is a “think, share and do” organization that promotes the intrinsic value, interdependence, and legal rights of all Earth’s inhabitants and ecosystems.
Environmental Investigation Agency
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent campaigning organisation committed to bringing about change that protects the natural world from environmental crime and abuse. Our vision is a future where humanity respects, protects and ce
George Wright Society
Dedicated to the protection, preservation, and management of cultural and natural parks and reserves through research and education.
Global Tiger Initiative
A global alliance of governments, international organizations, civil society, the conservation and scientific community, and the private sector committed to working together toward a common agenda to save wild tigers from extinction.
Launched in 2008 by founding partners the World Bank, Global Environment Facility, Smithsonian Institution, Save the Tiger Fund, and International Tiger Coalition (representing more than 40 non-government organizations), the GTI is led by the 13 tiger range countries (TRCs). Global White Lion Protection Trust
The Global White Lion Protection Trust was established in 2002 by researcher and environmentalist, Linda Tucker, for the specific purposes of protecting the White Lions; their endemic habitat; and their cultural heritage in perpetuity.
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The Global White Lion Protection Trust was established in 2002 by researcher and environmentalist, Linda Tucker, for the specific purposes of protecting the White Lions; their endemic habitat; and their cultural heritage in perpetuity. Today, the White Lion Trust enjoys a support base of over 5000 people worldwide, many of whom, as experts in their field, provide skills and expertise in support of our charitable efforts. The White Lion Trust is a registered non-profit Public Benefit Organization [IT 8575/02 ; 048-299 NPO ; 930019129 PBO], with a founding Trust Deed which commits to the protection of the White Lions, and the associated cultural belief and knowledge systems which celebrate and uphold this sacred heritage. The White Lion Trust is governed by its Trustees and has two long-serving Parliamentary advisors on its Advisory Council: MP M.J Mahlangu, Speaker of the Council of Provinces and Adv Nkosi Phathekile Holomisa, President of CONTRALESA, as well as representatives from various global indigenous cultures, including Retired High Chief Francois Paulette (Dene People, Canada); Ilarion Imerculieff (Alleut People, Alaska) Mother Moon (Chippewa People, Ojibwa Nation, Native America) Dr Apela Colerado (Oneida People, Hawaii) Dr E. Richard Atleo (Nuu-chah-nul People, Canada), Cynthia Hart-Button (Hopi-Dakota). The White Lion Trust’s Patron is the world’s premier conservation figure, Dr Ian Player. At the present time, the White Lions are not protected by any law, regionally nationally or internationally. Instead, these rare animals may be shot in enclosures as high-income earning trophies (“Canned Hunting” READ MORE…) or hunted in the wild of their endemic habitat. For many years, the White Lion Trust has campaigned to have the White Lions protected as a national – and indeed global - heritage, and ensure that they are listed under international CITES and IUCN RED DATA legislation. Global Wildlife Conservation
Founded on a strong scientific base with a focus on protecting the world's threatened wildlife and habitats.
The Houston Zoo has been supporting the work of Cheetah Conservation Botswana since 2008, offering funding for operating support and educational programming.
HyTiCoS - Hyderabad Tiger Conservation Society
Dedicated towards conservation of Tigers and Biodiversity of protected areas.
International Fund for Animals
The rescue of individual animals, protection of entire populations and preservation of precious habitat; securing habitats for tigers, stopping poachers and ending tiger trade.
"...With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW provides hands-on assistance to animals in need, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters..." International Society for Endangered Cats (ISEC) Canada
A 100% volunteer organization specializing in small wild cat conservation with an extensive online database of wild cat information.
International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Helps the world find pragmatic solutions to our most pressing environment and development challenges
IUCN African Lion Working Group
The African Lion Working Group (ALWG) is dedicated to all aspects of conservation, research, and management of free-ranging lion populations in Africa.
IUCN/SSC Small Carnivore Specialist Group
Small carnivore research and conservation.
IUCN/SSC: Cat Specialist Group
Advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species.
"...The IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group brings together more than 200 of the world’s leading cat experts, including scientists, wildlife managers and conservationists from 50 countries who are dedicated to advancing the understanding and conservation of the world’s 36 wild living cat species...The Cat Specialist Group is active in many of its own initiatives as well, focusing on the development of tools for the assessment of the species’ status, for the compilation and distribution of intelligence and for supporting the work of its members..." John Ball Zoo Society
Funds projects to conserve wildlife and wild places in more than 30 countries.
The task of the program KORA is to work out on current issues related to conservation or management of predators, the scientific basis for workable solutions.
Lion Conservation Fund
The Lion Conservation Fund (LCF) supports projects that esatblish the distribution and abundance of African lions in areas of great global conservation importance.
MAVA Fondation Pour La Nature
Engage in strong partnerships to conserve biodiversity for future generations.
National Geographic: Big Cat's Initiative
National Geographic's Big Cat's Initiative includes the "Cause an Uproar" educational campaign to raise awareness on the plight of wild cats; big cats facts database; kids program.
Natural Resources Defense Council
International organization working on a broad range of issues, including defending endangered wildlife and wild places.
Supports numerous conservation researchers and organizations worldwide.
The California-based Oakland Zoo provides support for the Bay Area Puma Project, The Budongo Snare Removal Project, Africa Matters, Wildlife Conservation Society (Asia), Animals Asia, ARCAS and the Bushmeat Crisis Task Force. Panthera
Panthera focuses its conservation efforts on imperiled cats, including tigers, lions, jaguars snow leopards and several small wild cats; dwnloadable maps and data.
People's Trust for Endangered Species
Helping to ensure a future for many endangered species throughout the world.
Carnivore conservation and management; jaguar, ocelot, puma and cohabitating wildlife.
Roots and Shoots
International conservation organization for youth from the Jane Goodall Institute. "On the Edge: Hope for Animals and their World" endgangered species campaign.
The group's "Campaign for Endangered Species and Biodiversity" includes education projects and exercises for children that can be done at home. Royal Zoological Society of Scotland
Our mission is 'to excite and inspire our visitors with the wonder of living animals, and so to promote the conservation of threatened species and habitats.
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Conservancy
San Diego Zoo Global is an international conservation organization species for over 95 years; experts in scientifically based breeding, conservation, and reintroduction programs for endangered species.
Projects include "Helping Wild Cats Live All Nine Lives"; research and conservation of the black-footed cat, "the smallest cat in Africa and the second smallest cat in the world." Save Tigers Now
A global campaign organized by the World Wildlife Fund and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Save Wild Tigers is a coaltion between three international organizations who have joined forces and are working together to end the tiger trade and protect wild tigets. We are the Born Free Foundation, the Environmental Investigation Agency and WildAid.
Saving Wild Tigers
A project of the Sierra Club Volunteers with a focus on tiger conservation in India.
Grassroots environmental organization working to create resilient habitats where plants, animals and people can survive and thrive.
Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation
The mission of the Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation is to ensure the survival of small wild cats and their natural habitats worldwide.
Smithsonian: National Zoological Park
The National Zoological Park is a part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex; Cat Conservation Project (cheetahs, clouded leopard and fishing cats).
The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute '"...serves as an umbrella for the Smithsonian’s global effort to conserve species and train future generations of conservationists. The SCBI is headquartered in Front Royal, Virginia, at the facility previously known as the National Zoo’s Conservation and Research Center." The National Zoo's Cat Conservation Project "studies reproduction of cats to create scholarly knowledge and to facilitate management and conservation of cheetahs, clouded leopards, and fishing cats." Society for Conservation Biology
An international professional organization dedicated to promoting the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity.
SOS - Save Our Species
A global coalition founded by the IUCN, GEF and World Bank to build the largest species conservation funding supporting on-the-ground projects worldwide.
Has funded various wild cat conservation projects involving several different species and subspecies, including the African lion, Bengal tiger, snow leopard, Sumatran tiger and tiger. Texas A & M: Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute - Feline Research Center
Dedicated to conducting research on felids to gain understanding of felid ecology and genetics, and apply knowledge gained to conservation and management of wild populations.
"...North African Cats Project: The African lion and leopard status in the wild is not well known. This project expands upon our previous work on leopards in Tanzania and examines population abundance and habitat use by the lion and leopard..." The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization
International environmental and conservation group working on degraded ecosystem and habitat issues.
Founder Lawrence Anthony is an internationally recognized conservationist known for his wartime rescue of animals at the Baghdad Zoo and his work with elephants at his Thula Thula game reserve in Zululand, home to a diverse group of wildlife, including wild cats. The Nature Conservancy
A conservation organization with a focus on protecting ecologically important lands, waters and habitats.
The Snow Leopard Conservancy
Advances community-bsed stewardship of the snow leopard through education, research and grassroots conservation actions.
Dedicated to the survival of the Amur tiger and leopard in the wild.
United Kingdom: Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs - Darwin Initiative
Assits countries with poor financial resources to meet their objectives under the three major biodiversity conventions; Bornean and Clouded Leopard Project
University of Arizona: Wild Cat Research and Conservation
Conserving the 36 species of wild cats, their prey, and their habitat in perpetuity and to promote vibrant human communities nested within biologically rich, life-supporting ecosystems.
In the U.S., the University of Arizona is involved in mountain lion population studies. International group activities include the Ocelot Recovery Team, the Northern Jaguar Project, small wild cat conservation projects, conservation of the Nambian caracal and Hyderabad Tiger Conservation Society. University of Oxford: Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU)
WildCRU was founded by David Macdonald, Oxford‘s first Professor of Wildlife Conservation. It is part of the University of Oxford, withinthe Department of Zoology.
Tackling "the emerging biodiversity crisis and wider environmental issues by bridging the gap between academic theory and practical problem solving..." Works in collaboration with Panthera Foundation. Research projects have involved the snow leopard and cheetah, in addition to big cat conservation. Walking for Lions
Walking for Lions is a (non-profit) organisation that was created for the main purpose to assist wild lions in areas where they need it..
Walking for lions stands for the protection and survival of all wild lions. It is something that we can do that will benefit the Wild lions in the long term, and it stands for something that we do, not gain or take from them, but try and provide it for them. We will walk the path with them during their struggles and we will learn to understand them more and more during all this worldly changes that we face. ABOUT WFL photography_socialmedia One thing that stays consistent in the world is the saying that (knowledge is power, and power is gained by knowledge) and for this reason, we would like to make everybody more aware of the constant struggle that lions face in the 20th century. Wild Felid Research & Management Association
To promote the sound management, conservation, and restoration, where necessary, of wild felids in the Western Hemisphere through science-based management and education. Our intention is to openly share knowledge and expertise by facilitating relationship
"Our Mission: To promote the sound management, conservation, and restoration, where necessary, of wild felids in the Western Hemisphere through science-based management and education. Our intention is to openly share knowledge and expertise by facilitating relationships with and among government entities, non-governmental organizations, universities, and other interested parties." Wildlife Conservation Network
Supports independent, community-based conseration efforts worldwide with a focus on protecting endangered species and preserving their natural habitats.
Wildlife Conservation Society
WCS is dedicated to saving wildlife and wildlife places worldwide through science, global conservation, education and the management of the world's largest system of urban wildlife parks
. World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) | United for Conservation
Our members are leading zoos, aquariums, associations, affiliate organisations and corporate partners from around the world. With more than 700 million visitors annually, together we are 'United for Conservation'.
World Association of Zoos and Aquariums: North African Cheetah Research and Conservation
OGRAN is a network of in and ex-situ cheetah experts, including veterinarians, ethologists, ecologists and conservationists.
World Conservation Monitoring Centre
A collaboration between the United Nations Environment Programme and WCMC, a UK-based charity. UNEP-WCMC is UNEP’s specialist biodiversity assessment arm, with a Species Programme.
World Society for the Protection of Animals
Address animal cruelty issues worldwide; dedicated to ensuring animals are treated with respect and compassion; animal rescue following a disaster.
World Wildlife Fund
International conservation, protection and restoration of species and their habitats. WWF recently announced the establishment of a new national park in Russia to save the Amur leopard.
Zoological Society of London
A charity devoted to the worldwide conservation of animals and their habitats, including big cats.