Delta Waterfowl Foundation
Delta Waterfowl Foundation is a non-profit organization operating in both Canada and in the United States whose mission is to provide knowledge, leaders and science-based solutions that efficiently conserve waterfowl and secure the future for waterfowl hunting.
Wild Sheep Foundation
Founded in 1977 and then known as the Foundation for North American Wild Sheep (FNAWS), the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) is THE conservation organization dedicated to restoring wild sheep populations that dwindled to historical lows in North America in the 1950s and ‘60s. With private funding from its members and proceeds from an annual convention known as “The Sheep Show®,” the Wild Sheep Foundation and its Chapters and Affiliates actively fund initiatives throughout North America and beyond to accomplish its purpose and mission. WSF’s overarching strategic goal is to ensure that wild sheep populations and their habitats worldwide are effectively managed, accessible, utilized and supported
Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway
The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway (ODCMG) is an education and conservation organization that was founded in the year 2000. Our purpose is to connect people with nature through outdoor education for the benefit of wildlife and the conservation of the natural world. We provide services in West Michigan and other communities as part of our Outdoor Discovery Network. Since 2000, the organization has served more than 200,000 children and adults through outdoor education and recreation programs. More than 75,000 people annually visit ODCMG sites to walk the trails and view the wildlife.
Wildlife Habitat Council
Silver Spring, MD
The Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) promotes and certifies habitat conservation and management on working lands through partnerships and education.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary
"To conserve birds of prey worldwide by providing leadership in raptor conservation science and education, and by maintaining Hawk Mountain Sanctuary as a model observation, research, and education facility." Hawk Mountain is a leading voice for raptor conservation globally and operates a 2,500-acre Appalachian wildlife Sanctuary, open to the public, year round. The Sanctuary connects people to nature and the annual autumn raptor migration, and by association, raptors globally. Endowment, grants, bequests, admission fees, and membership dues support local-to-international scientific research, training, and education programs. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is best known for its annual autumn hawkwatch, the longest-running raptor migration count in the world and, more recently, its international Conservation Science Training Program. The current strategic plan calls for a new focus on growing the conservation education program to a similar leadership level.
Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife
The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife is a teaching hospital and visitor education center dedicated to saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine. CROW's Visitor Education Center (VEC) offers behind-the-scenes views into CROW's animal care through live camera feeds, interactive displays and daily presentations by students, staff and volunteers. Each year, CROW cares for approximately 3,500 wildlife patients including more than 200 species of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in its veterinary hospital, which is one of the nation's leading rehabilitation facilities for native and migratory wildlife. CROW offers educational fellowships and externship programs for undergraduate students, and internship programs for veterinarian graduates.
Conservation Through Public Health
Holly Springs, NC
Conservation Through Public Health is a non-profit organization based in Uganda and the USA that conducts programs to protect gorillas and other wildlife from human and livestock disease risk; to reduce ...
Wildlife in Need Center
The Wildlife In Need Center (WINC) was founded by Nancy Frank. The Center officially opened its doors to the public in January 1994.
The Cougar Fund was founded in 2001 by writer Cara Blessley Lowe and photographer Tom Mangelsen after a first-hand experience observing a lion and her three cubs on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Africa Network for Animal Welfare
Josphat Ngonyo established ANAW in 2006. David established ANAW-USA with Jos as co-founder in 2007. The US program received its 501(c )(3) in 2008. ANAW-USA and ANAW in Nairobi, simply referred to as ANAW, work together to raise awareness and funding for animal programs in Africa.