Issue Area: Wildlife Habitat Conservation

10,000 Trees for the Rouge Valley

Mission:10,000 Trees for the Rouge Valley, a volunteer- driven, non-profit organization, has planted more than 100,000 trees and shrubs and restored over 100 acres of the Rouge watershed to natural cover, protecting creeks and streams from soil erosion, helping to link existing islands of forest and extending wildlife corridors. Together …

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21st Century Tiger

About 21st Century Tiger21st Century Tiger was established in 1997 as a unique fundraising initiative for wild tiger conservation. The current members are of the initiative are the Zoological Society of London and Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation. Since its inception, 21st Century Tiger has become one of the ten most significant …

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444S Foundation

Our Purpose and activities: Giving to support environmental, wildlands and wildlife protection efforts.Our Fields of interest: – Animals/wildlife, preservation/protection; – Canada; – Environment, natural resources.Our Geographic focus: International

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a Refuge for Saving the Wildlife, Inc.

First and foremost, to work together with other parrot groups to eliminate the need for rescues. Until then, we will: Provide temporary housing and care for any and all Psittacine birds (not including those with fatal and/or contagious diseases). Educate the public about the proper care of exotic birds. Locate …

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A Rocha Ghana

A Rocha is a Christian nature conservation organisation, our name coming from the Portuguese for the Rock”

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A.E. Howell Wildlife Conservation Center and Spruce Acres Refuge

The Conservation Center is a non-profit organization established for the purpose of preserving Maine’s natural resources and environment and providing basic educational programs to all people to encourage proper wildlife and natural resource management. Programs include the raptor education program, for which Mr. Howell visits schools throughout the greater Maine …

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Aaranyak Nature Club [ANC]

Large scale destruction of primary forest, loss of habitat, unabated poaching of precious wildlife, lack of peoples awareness and initiatives in this “Biodiversity Hotspot” obliged few young minds to initiate the inception of Aaranyak, a society for biodiversity conservation in September 1989. Aaranyak is now a leading organization in the …

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