We believe in a future where all wildlife is safe from extinction – and we know you do too.

Since 2001, we’ve contributed over $4 million to protect endangered species in Aotearoa and abroad – made possible by your visits and donations.

With your help, we’ve been able to conserve giraffe in Namibia, protect free-ranging cheetah from conflict in South Africa, train and provide for rangers on the ground in Sumatra (orangutan), Nepal (red panda) and Zimbabwe (rhino), fund a schools awareness programme and GPS monitoring for elephants in Sri Lanka, and help establish the first predator control programme to protect the critically endangered manumea in Samoa, as well as continue vital wildlife research globally.

Help us to increase our Wild Work for wildlife in need with a donation.

Choose your donation


Could pay for the re-baiting of 70 rodent bait stations in a Samoan rainforest to protect rare birds such as the manumea and ma’o


Could train and feed an Anatolian Shepherd dog for one week, reducing human-animal conflict and protecting cheetah in the wild


Could fund a Forest Guardian in Nepal for a week, removing snares and protecting red panda from poachers


Could fund a Sumatran Ranger for a week, letting them patrol the region, remove dangerous traps and support local communities


Could fund Community Game Guards in northwest Namibia protecting giraffe with our partners the Giraffe Conservation Foundation


Could buy a GPS transmitter to track Asian elephants in Sri Lanka, providing data that can influence government conservation policy