We would like to share information from conervation projects as widely as possible. This part of our website will be updated regularly with other projects.
Gorilla Rescue Centre
Gorilla Rescue Centre is a non-profit organization. Its main goal is to raise awareness of the extinction of the great apes and their habitat. In order to do this, the association organizes various events, such as stalls in zoos, animations in schools, and the implementation of ‘World Great Apes Day’
The Organization would like to represent and assist via an in situ conservation project, both terms physically and financially.
Southern Corroboree Frog
The Southern Corroboree Frogs is one of Australia’s most threatened species, with less than 50 adults estimated left in the wild. The decline is primarily due to the amphibian chytrid fungus. To prevent the extinction of this species, an insurance colony has been established at four institutions. Captive breeding techniques have been established and reintroductions have been taking place for up to seven years. These include releasing eggs into artificial pools, assisted translocation to new sites and release into disease-free, fenced areas.
Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated
The mission of this association is:
– The provision of resources and facilities to support research into the African Painted Dog (Lycaon pictus), also referred to as Wild Dog
– The conservation of the African Painted dog with particular emphasis on threat prevention
– The education of the wider community on Painted dogs and related wildlife issues
– The treatment and care of sick or injured Painted dogs and the rehabilitation of such dogs back into their natural environment
– The increasing in the range states the population of the African Painted Dog
Its goals are:
-To advance conservation for the public benefit of the African Painted Dog, through education promoting and disseminating research into such conservation and seeking to achieve their sustainable management.
-To establish and maintain a public fund to be called, “Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated, Public Fund” for the specific purpose supporting the environmental objects/purposes of Painted Dog Conservation Incorporated.
Jaguar Rescue Center
The Jaguar Rescue Center (JRC) is a temporary or permanent home for ill, injured and orphaned animals. With a focus on birds, reptiles, amphibians and small primates, the JRC provides veterinary services, round-the-clock care and comfort to animals that would otherwise be unable to survive in the rainforest or the sea of the Caribbean. One of the biggest issue that the JRC is facing right now are the ongoing electrocutions from the powerlines. The JRC has created the “Shock Free Zone” Campaign to help make the area safer for the local wildlife!