Wildlife Projects We Like
We are still a young company without any profits to donate but here are some of the projects we will support in the future:
Mountain Gorilla Rangers
Democratic Republic of Congo: These people put their lives at risk to save the only 900 remaining mountain gorillas.
Mountain gorillas remain exceedingly endangered and live in only one area—the Virunga Heartland. This landscape spans the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda, and Uganda and is often threatened by civil unrest and violence. As a result, gorillas face threats from not only poaching, habitat loss, and fractured populations, but also from residual upheaval from human conflicts.
Great Fish River Rhino Conservation
South Africa: Creating a poaching-free habitat for the black rhino.
Black rhinos are classified as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List, with the western black rhinoceros declared officially extinct by the IUCN in 2011. Habitat loss and human encroachment only account for a fraction of the decline in rhino population. Instead, poaching remains the biggest threat to the continued survival of this charismatic species.
Amur Leopard & Tiger Alliance
Russia/China: Saving the Amur Leopard from extinction.
With a total wild population of approximately 70 individuals, the Amur leopard is possibly the most endangered big cat on Earth. Along with the Amur tiger they can only be found in the Russian Far East and northern China.