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  • Oceana

    Oceana is the largest international advocacy organization focused solely on ocean conservation. Oceana's mission is to protect and restore our oceans. They focus on influencing specific policy decisions on the national level to preserve and restore the world's oceans.

  • Xerces Society

    The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation is a non-profit environmental organization that focuses on the conservation of invertebrates considered to be essential to biological diversity and ecosystem health. It is named in honor of an extinct California butterfly, the Xerces blue.

  • Defenders of Wildlife

    Defenders of Wildlife works on the ground, in the courts, and on Capitol Hill to protect and restore imperiled wildlife and habitats across North America. Although its work has broadened to include wildlife habitat and biodiversity, protecting wild animals—especially large carnivores—remains a central goal.

  • American Bird Conservancy

    American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is a non-profit membership organization with the mission of conserving wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas. Its focus is on threats to birds in the Western Hemisphere – threats which include overuse of pesticides, urban sprawl, habitat destruction, and invasive species.

  • Wolf Conservation Center

    The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) promotes wolf conservation by teaching about wolves, their relationship to the environment, and the human role in protecting their future. They promote wolf conservation, support wolf reintroduction in federally designated areas, and are the preeminent facility in the eastern United States for captive breeding and pre-release.

  • Grizzly Bear Foundation

    Grizzly Bear Foundation is a registered Canadian charitable organization dedicated solely to the welfare of grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) across North America. They work to conserve the grizzly bear -- a vulnerable apex species with a keystone role in enriching resilient biodiverse ecosystems.

  • Beluga Whale Alliance

    The Beluga Whale Alliance establishes new ways to connect people to belugas and supporting research that actively contributes to endangered beluga recovery. They are currently focusing on the recovery of critically endangered Cook Inlet belugas!

  • Global Penguin Society

    The Global Penguin Society (GPS) promotes penguin conservation and advocates for solutions to sustainable healthy activities in the ocean. They work with penguin researchers and conservationists worldwide to protect all 18 species of penguins in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • Polar Bears International

    Polar Bears International (PBI) is an environmental non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of the polar bear and the sea ice they depend on through research and education. They even created Arctic Sea Ice day (July 15) to raise awareness for the loss of sea ice!

  • Snow Leopard Trust

    The Snow Leopard Trust first began working in Kyrgyzstan in 2001. They are working in the country with the Snow Leopard Foundation Kyrgyzstan (SLFK), a local organization. The focus of this work is on education, monitoring, anti-poaching initiatives, snow leopard enterprises, and protecting snow leopard habitat.

  • Orca Conservancy

    Orca Conservancy is currently working on a variety of projects aimed to address the multiple threats facing the critically endangered Southern Resident killer whales. From innovative technology to restoring critical habitats, we take pride in knowing that we are doing tangible actions that matter.

  • BirdLife International

    BirdLife Int. is a worldwide alliance over 115 national partners covering all continents, landscapes and seascapes. Their mission is to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people toward sustainability in the use of natural resources.

  • National Audubon Society

    The National Audubon Society protects birds and the places they need, today and tomorrow, throughout the Americas using science, advocacy, education, and on-the-ground conservation. Audubon's mission is to restore and conserve natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

  • Finnish Association for Nature Conservation

    The Finnish Association for Nature Conservation (FANC) is the largest non-governmental organization for environmental protection in Finland. As the sole country where the Saimaa Ringed Seal is found, the FANC's broad range of conservation activities include efforts to protect the world's most endangered seal.

  • Whale and Dolphin Conservation

    The Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of all whales and dolphins. Their work includes campaigns, conservation projects, field research, educational outreach, and advising governments.

  • Monterey Bay Aquarium (Sea Otter Program)

    Monterey Bay Aquarium is a nonprofit public aquarium in Monterey, California. Known for its regional focus on the marine habitats of Monterey Bay, it was the first to exhibit a living kelp forest! They are the only institution in the world with a sea otter surrogacy program that pairs orphaned pups with female exhibit animals that provide maternal care and teach them the skills they need so they can be released back into the wild!

  • Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition

    The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition is a global coalition of environmental groups, with members in 20 countries worldwide. ASOC works to ensure that the Antarctic region survives as the world's last unspoiled wilderness, a global commons and scientific reserve for the heritage of future generations. ASOC is the only organization working full-time on Antarctic and Southern Ocean conservation, and is a respected, collective force for keeping these important regions intact for generations to come.

  • World Wildlife Fund - Canada

    As the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species WWF is actively engaging with numerous local, national and regional institutions responsible for governing various activities in the Arctic. This work includes the Arctic Council, the high-level intergovernmental forum on Arctic conservation and sustainable development. Their Arctic Global Programme works for a well-managed, biodiverse and resilient Arctic.

  • Saving The Blue

    Saving the Blue is committed to marine conservation, focusing on protecting the world's oceans and marine life through education and advocacy. They strive to raise awareness about the importance of preserving ocean ecosystems and work towards sustainable solutions for ocean conservation. Saving the Blue conducts research projects and collaborates with local communities to implement conservation initiatives aimed at safeguarding shark populations, including habitat protection, reducing bycatch, and promoting responsible ecotourism practices.

  • Atlantic White Shark Conservancy

    Atlantic White Shark Conservancy is dedicated to studying and conserving white sharks in the Atlantic Ocean. Through scientific research, education, and community outreach, they aim to increase understanding and promote coexistence between white sharks and coastal communities, ensuring the long-term survival of these apex predators. The organization's research efforts involve satellite tagging and tracking studies to better understand white shark movements and behavior, while their educational programs provide outreach to schools and communities to dispel myths and promote shark conservation.

  • Galapagos Whale Shark Project

    The Galapagos Whale Shark Project is dedicated to the research and conservation of whale sharks in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. With a focus on understanding the behavior, ecology, and conservation status of these iconic marine giants, the project conducts scientific studies to gather data on whale shark populations, movements, and habitat use in the Galapagos archipelago. Through collaborative research efforts with local stakeholders, the project aims to promote the sustainable management of marine resources and raise awareness about the importance of protecting whale sharks and their critical habitats.

  • The Shark Trust

    The Shark Trust is a leading voice in shark conservation, working to safeguard the future of sharks through science-based initiatives, research, and policy advocacy. By promoting sustainable fishing practices and habitat protection, they strive to protect shark species worldwide and promote healthy marine ecosystems. The Shark Trust conducts scientific research to gather data on shark populations, advocates for stronger conservation measures and policies, and engages with stakeholders to raise awareness about the importance of sharks in maintaining ocean health.

  • Shark Stewards

    Shark Stewards is dedicated to shark conservation through science, education, and advocacy. Their initiatives focus on protecting sharks from overfishing and habitat destruction, promoting sustainable fisheries management, and raising awareness about the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems. Shark Stewards conducts research expeditions to study shark populations and their habitats, collaborates with local communities and governments to establish marine protected areas, and advocates for stronger regulations to prevent shark finning and bycatch.

  • Shark Angels

    Shark Angels is a global nonprofit organization empowering individuals to take action for shark conservation. Through education, media campaigns, and grassroots initiatives, they work to raise awareness about the threats facing sharks and advocate for policies that protect these vital apex predators and their habitats. Shark Angels supports shark conservation projects around the world, conducts outreach programs to educate the public about the importance of sharks in marine ecosystems, and engages with policymakers to promote legislation that safeguards shark populations from exploitation and habitat degradation.