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Wild Photography is happy to recommend the following organisations doing great work to protect wild animals and their habitats

Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organization. It fights to defend, conserve and protect our oceans. They use direct action to defend marine wildlife and protect their habitat in our world’s oceans. Their aim is to safeguard the biodiversity of our delicately-balanced marine ecosystems. Sea Shepherd ships embrace the mandate of the United Nations World Charter For Nature to uphold international conservation laws when nations can’t or won’t. It has formed partnerships with governments and INTERPOL to help stop illegal activities that threaten marine life and marine habitats. Their campaigns have been instrumental in producing vital change globally.

David Attenborough, in his documentary A Life On This Planet, said that the most effective way to help restore the health of our planet and minimize the effects of global warming, is to protect and restore biodiversity to our oceans.

Greenpeace is the leading independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative confrontation to investigate and expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future. They ‘bear witness’ to environmental destruction in a peaceful, non-violent manner. They use non-violent confrontation to raise the level and quality of public debate. In exposing threats to the environment and finding solutions, they ensure financial independence from political or commercial interests. Their campaigns have been instrumental in producing vital change globally.

Aussie Ark’s mission is to protect Australia’s threatened species with robust insurance populations to create healthy ecosystems within Aussie Ark Sanctuaries and through rewilding. Rewilding means returning habitats to their natural state with full biodiversity. Biodiversity is the key to restoring the health of our planet. Aussie Ark’s long-term tangible outcomes for the species in their care, achieve real and measurable results. Their projects focus on breeding of threatened species for rewilding, and protection of rewilded areas.

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre is an independent non-profit research station dedicated to understanding and sustaining the northern habitat and its animals, particularly polar bears.

Dean, owner of Knight Inlet Lodge,accepts donations to help purchase the hunting rights to Knight Inlet each year, thereby preventing the shooting of the bears of Knight Inlet.

The Killer Whale Adoption Program is an initiative of the Vancouver Aquarium for the research and monitoring of resident orca pods around Vancouver Island.


The World Wildlife Australia works tirelessly to protect endangered species and their habitats in Australia. It is one of the world's most highly respected organisations and has great scope and power to make a real difference. Their projects will make the difference between the survival or extinction of our native flora and fauna.

Orangutan Appeal UK rehabilitates orphaned orangutans for eventual release back into the wild. Orangutans are facing two major threats; the destruction of their habitat. and poaching. Babies become orphans when their jungle is burned to make way for palm oil plantations. Other babies are captured to be sold as pets ( and their mothers are killed by the poachers).

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