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International Biodiversity


International Fund for Animal Welfare
www.ifaw.org
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) was founded in 1969 to stop the cruel commercial slaughter of harp and hood seals. Since then, we have expanded our campaigns to embrace all animals and have been recognized as "one of the most effective organizations for animal welfare in the world." Our work is focused on three critical areas: preventing commercial exploitation and trade of wild animals; rescuing animals in distress (from cruelty and natural or man-made disasters); and protecting the few remaining wild spaces where so many animals live.

Conservation International
www.conservation.org
Conservation International (CI) is a field-based, non-profit organization that protects the Earth's biologically richest areas and helps the people who live there improve their quality of life. CI uses science, economics, policy, and community involvement to promote biodiversity conservation in tropical rain forests and other endangered ecosystems worldwide. Through CI's environmentally sensitive and economically sound approach, resource protection is good business for everyone.

World Conservation Monitoring center
www.wcmc.org.uk
WCMC is internationally recognized as a center of excellence in the location and management of information on the conservation and sustainable use of the world's living resources. These pages will guide you to global data on biodiversity and information relating to WCMC's activities in this field.

Africa/Middle East

African Bird Club
www.africanbirdclub.org
The African Bird Club was established to provide a worldwide focus for African ornithology, to encourage an interest in the conservation of the birds of the region, to liaise with and promote the work of existing regional societies, to publish a twice-yearly colour bulletin, to encourage observers to visit lesser known areas of the region, and search actively for globally threatened and near-threatened species to develop a Conservation Fund.

African Wildlife Foundation
www.awf.org/home.html
The African Wildlife Foundation has been working with the people of Africa to protect their invaluable natural resources since 1961. Most of AWF's staff is based in Africa, working at the grass roots with park managers and communities to safeguard wildlife and wilderness areas. AWF keeps the big picture in mind helping African nations design long-term strategies for conserving their magnificent natural treasures for all the world to enjoy.

AfriCat Foundation (Namibia)
www.africat.org
The AfriCat Foundation, based in the southern African country of Namibia, is a non-profit organization with a mission to conserve the big cats of Africa by working on short, medium and long term solutions to allow for the coexistence of these predators with man.

Birdlife South Africa
www.birdlife.org.za
BirdLife South Africa exists to help the public understand and enjoy birds. We are dedicated to the study and protection of birds and their environments. The Society is a strong and respected voice campaigning for the survival of indigenous birds and their habitats.

East African Wildlife Society
www.cheetah.demon.nl/eawls.html
The East African Wild Life Society was formed in 1961 to safeguard wildlife and its habitat in all forms as a regional and international resource. A non-profit making organization, the Society plays a leading role in promoting conservation and the sustainable use of wildlife and the environment throughout East Africa. Over the past 40 years the East African Wild Life Society has invested more than US $2 million on over 1,000 environmental, wildlife and conservation education projects. The Society sponsors regular seminars and workshops and publishes Swara, East Africa's leading wildlife magazine, six times a year.

Endangered Wildlife Trust
www.ewt.org.za
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is dedicated to conserving the diversity of species in southern Africa by initiating and funding projects that make a significant contribution to the maintenance of biodiversity. We aim to prevent species extinction, promote sustainable management of species and link action to conserve species with the conservation of their habitats.

International Rhinos Foundation
www.rhinos-irf.org
The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) is a non-profit corporation of institutions and individuals worldwide whose sole purpose is dedicated to the conservation of Black, White, Sumatran, Javan and Indian rhinos; the five species of rhinoceros.

Kenya Wildlife Service
www.safariweb.com/kws/index.htm
On behalf of the Government of Kenya, Kenya Wildlife Service holds in trust for present and future generations locally, nationally and globally the biological diversity represented by its extraordinary variety of animals, plants and ecosystems ranging from coral reefs to alpine moorlands and from deserts to forests. Special emphasis is placed on conservation of large mammals found in few other places on earth.

Mpala Research center (Kenya)
www.nasm.edu/ceps/mpala
The Mpala Research center, located near Nanyuki, Kenya, is a unique collaboration of five leading Kenyan and US institutions. At Mpala, researchers from many nations, ranging from senior scientists to undergraduate students, cooperate to advance understanding of sustainable development for East Africa's savanna and semi-arid woodland habitats.

Okavango Wildlife Society
www.stud.unit.no/~skjetnep/owls.html
In co-operation with the relevant national authorities the aims of the Okavango Wildlife Society (OWLS) are: conservation and species preservation.

Okavango Peoples Wildlife Trust
www.stud.unit.no/~skjetnep/opwt
OPWT is a community conservation NGO based in Maun, Botswana. It works to protect the dwindling natural resources of the Okavango region and promote the sustainable development of local communities through wise use of ecosystems and active participation of local people in the wildlife industry.

Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa
www.atol.co.za/wildlife.htm
Founded in 1926, the Wildlife Society is South Africa's oldest and largest non-government, membership-based environmental organization. It is a non-racial, non-party political society which works towards achieving the conservation of the Earth's limited resources, through lobbying, environmental education and conservation campaigns. The Wildlife Society maintains a watchful eye on the South African environment through its large network of branches, centers and members, and will act in the interest of the public to negotiate on conservation issues.

Wildlife Society of Zimbabwe
www.stud.unit.no/~skjetnep/wlsz.html
The Wildlife Society of Zimbabwe (a registered welfare organization, founded in 1927) aims to encourage all Zimbabweans, especially the young, to take an active interest in their wildlife heritage through conservation- oriented educational and research projects, co-operation with Government, local authorities and other local and overseas Organizations as well as operating a Wildlife Emergency Fund for times of national emergency.

 



The Conservancy Association (Hong Kong)
home.netvigator.com/~cahk

Conservation Resource center (Papua New Guinea)
ww3.datec.com.pg/crc/default.html
The Conservation Resource center CRC is a program of the Papua New Guinea - Department of Environment and Conservation, funded by the Global Environment Facility and administered by the United Nations Development program. Its goals are to establish two new conservation areas in Papua New Guinea, increase capacity within the Department of Environment and Conservation to deliver conservation by providing training and infrastructure and determine the feasibility of establishing a conservation trust fund for future funding of conservation initiatives.

Earth Care (Hong Kong)
www.earth.org.hk
EarthCare is an independent, non-profit founded in Hong Kong in February 1993 by a group of local Chinese enthusiasts. Our members combine considerable experience in animal welfare, ecology, education and administration.

Forest and Bird Society (New Zealand)
www.nzwwa.com/education/conservation/forest-bird/index.htm
The Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand is one of New Zealand's largest national conservation Organizations. The society's mission is to preserve and protect the native plants and animals and natural features of New Zealand. Forest & Bird is active in a wide range of environmental issues from native forests, tussocklands, wetlands, coastlines, and marine ecosystems, to campaigns on energy conservation and sustainable resource management. Forest and Bird's strength as an organization comes from over 40,000 members in 56 branches throughout the country. The society is one of the largest environmental groups per capita of population in the world.

Indonesian Nature Conservation Database
www.bart.nl/~edcolijn/index.html
This site is dedicated to all protected areas of Indonesia. It not only describes the various National Parks (Taman Nasional), but also the many Nature Reserves (Cagar Alam), Game or Wildlife Reserves (Suaka Margasatwa) and several of the many Recreation Parks (Taman Wisata) in Indonesia.

ORRCA
www.orrca.org.au
Orrca is a volunteer organization caring for whales, dolphins, seals and dugongs in Australian waters.

Resource Management Law Association (New Zealand)
www.rmla.org.nz
The Association was established in October 1992 and now has over 850 members. The Association is multi-disciplinary and membership includes architects, engineers, environmental managers, judges, planners, scientists, barristers and solicitors, valuers and surveyors, as well as other professionals and Councillors of both regional councils and territorial authorities. The object of the Association shall be to promote within New Zealand an understanding of resource management law and its implementation and multi-disciplinary framework.

Taiwan Environmental Protection Union
tepu.yam.org.tw
TEPU is the leading environmental organization in Taiwan. She has about one thousand members. Her members include university professors, school teachers, medical doctors, homemakers, student, workers, farmers, etc. Besides the headquarters in Taipei, she has ten local chapters stretching all over the country.

Wild Bird Society of Japan
www.kt.rim.or.jp/~birdinfo/japan
The Wild Bird Society of Japan (WBSJ) is a private conservation organization founded in 1934. Its purpose is to protect birds and their habitats, to encourage more people to enjoy bird watching, and to carry on research concerning the status and habitat of birds in Japan.

Wild India
www.allindia.com/wild
The site's primary aim is to help spread awareness of the need for wildlife conservation in India; to influence decision-makers in the Indian government on wildlife conservation; to encourage and influence innovative debate, constructive discussion, and consensus-building; to fight misinformation, and through advocacy to build a wider consensus against exploitation and destruction of India's wilderness and wildlife.

 



AMIGRANSA (Sociedad de Amigos en Defensa de la Gran Sabana)
amigrans@ccs.internet.ve

AVVA (Venezuela)
anaponte@ven.net
AVVA works on biodiversity issues related to southern Venezuela.

Belize Audubon Society
www.belizeaudubon.org
The Belize Audubon Society is a non-profit, non-governmental, membership organization dedicated to the promotion of the sustainable use and preservation of our natural resources in order to maintain a balance between people and the environment.

Birdlife International Americas Division
www.birdlife1.org.ec

BirdLife International protects birds and their habitats and through this promotes conservation of the world's biological diversity and the sustainable use of the world's natural resources.

Committee for the Defense of the Flora & Fauna of the Gulf of Fonseca
This organization works on the Pacific coast of Honduras.
Apartado Postal 3663
Ed. Fiallos Soto #204
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Contacts: Jorge Varela Marquez and Bonificio Sanchez
Phone: (504) 238-0415

Fundacion Ecocultura (Paraguay)
www.quanta.net/ecocultura
Fundacion Ecocultura works to preserve virgin places in the jungles of Paraguay. They also endeavor to preserve ancient cultures, and petrogliphs.

Fundacion Moises Bertoni (Paraguay)
www.mbertoni.org.py

Fundacion Vida Silvestre Argentina
www.vidasilvestre.org.ar
Es una organización de bien público, privada e independiente, con más de 20 años de labor en nuestro pa’s. La Fundacion Vida Silvestre Argentina trabaja para conservar la diversidad de la vida y construir un futuro en que el Hombre viv en armonia con la naturaleza.

FUDENA (Venezuela)
www.fudena.org
in 1975 a group of Venezuelans created the Fundación para la Defensa de la Naturaleza (Foundation for the Defense of Nature) - FUDENA, to promote, to nurture, and to assure the conservation of natural resources of Venezuela and internationally as well, when necessary. For 23 years FUDENA has conducted a large number of research projects to advance conservation. FUDENA has coordinated action plans at the national level and formed working groups to preserve endangered species.

Fundacion Natura (Ecuador)
wwwpub2.ecua.net.ec/fnatura
Es misión de Fundación Natura la protección del medio ambiente, la preservación de la biodiversidad y el manejo sustentable de los recursos naturales para mejorar la calidad de vida de las presentes y futuras generaciones, mediante la transformación de hábitos y comportamientos, la formación de una conciencia ambiental en la población y el establecimiento de una nueva ética social.

International Wildlife Coalition Brazil
www.via-rs.com.br/iwcbr
Coalisão Internacional da Vida Silvestre - IWC/BRASIL, established in 1986, is the Brazilian section of the International Wildlife Coalition, a non- profit, non-governmental institution dedicated to the protection of wildlife and natural environments throughout the world. Directed by native Brazilian environmentalists who pursue an agenda suited for local conservation needs, IWC/BRASIL develops practical activities, aimed at concrete results. As a way to publicize and strengthen these activities we are presenting this site in cooperation with PROCERGS/VIA-RS, hoping to gain support from other friends of Nature through the products and services we offer in an effort to fund the continuation of our work.

Jatun Sacha Foundation (Ecuador)
www.ecuadorexplorer.com/jatunsacha
A private, non-profit Ecuadorian foundation, Jatun Sacha is now one of the two largest non-profit conservation organizations in Ecuador. The foundation owns and manages three biological field stations and through these promotes biological conservation, research, education, community extension, and ecotourism in Ecuador.

Naturalia, A.C. (Mexico)
nturalia@servidor.unam.mx
Eje Central Lazaro Cardenas #409-101
Col. Portales, Mexico 03300, D.F.
Mexico
PH: 525 674-66-78
Fax: 525 674-38-76

Program for Belize
pfbel@btl.net
Two South Park Street
P.O. Box 749
Belize City, Belize
Central America
Ph: 501-2-75616
Fax: 501-2-75635

Venezuelan Audubon Society
crodner@reacciun.ve

Europe

BirdLife Finland
www.birdlife.fi
Birdlife Finland is the Finnish chapter of BirdLife International, which aims to conserve all bird species on earth and their habitats, and through this, to work for the world's biological diversity and sustainability of human use of natural resources. BirdLife International is a global partnership of conservation Organizations working for the diversity of all life through the conservation of birds and their habitats. 11% of the world's birds Ð 1,111 species Ð are threatened. Of these, 168 species will almost certainly be extinct within 20 years unless action is taken.

British Association of Nature Conservationists
www.greenchannel.com/banc
BANC aims to advance nature conservation in the United Kingdom. It acts as a network for conservationists and people who care about the natural world. BANC is a voluntary, membership-based charity which is overseen by an elected executive committee. Members can contribute ideas and viewpoints through working groups, study tours and regional meetings.

The Society for the Protection of Nature (DHKD) (Turkey)
www.dhkd.org
The Society for the Protection of Nature is a non- profit, non-governmental and non-party political organization based in Istanbul, Turkey. It aims to protect natural ecosystems such as forests, wetlands and coastal sand dunes throughout Turkey, together with the rich diversity of life that depends on these habitats. In all of its work, DHKD promotes the sustainable use of Turkey's natural resources, and wherever possible it seeks to work with national and international institutions and other organizations.

North America

Defenders of Wildlife
www.defenders.org
Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction. Long known for our leadership on endangered species issues, Defenders of Wildlife also advocates new approaches to wildlife conservation that will help keep species from becoming endangered. Our programs encourage protection of entire ecosystems and interconnected habitats while protecting predators that serve as indicator species for ecosystem health.

National Audubon
www.audubon.org
Founded in 1905, the mission of the National Audubon Society is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity.

National Wildlife Federation
www.nwf.org
NWF focuses its efforts on five core issue areas (Endangered Habitat, Water Quality, Land Stewardship, Wetlands, and Sustainable Communities), and pursues a range of educational projects, and activist, advocacy, and litigation initiatives, within these core areas.

 

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