All Creatures: Working for a peaceful world for humans, animals and the environment.
American Bird Conservancy: American Bird Conservancy is the only U.S.-based group with a major focus on bird habitat conservation throughout the entire Americas. ABC acts across the full spectrum of threats to birds to safeguard the rarest bird species, restore habitats, and reduce threats, unifying and strengthening the bird conservation movement.
Autry National Center of the American West: Museum devoted to preserving and interpreting the history and traditions of the American West.
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation: Nonprofit public benefit corporation dedicated to international Nature conservation,global Nature education.
Conservation International: Through science, policy and field work, Conservation International works to apply smart solutions to protect the resources that all life depends on. The organization helps communities, countries and societies protect tropical forests, lush grasslands, rivers, wetlands, abundant lakes and the sea. Through properly valuing the essential services these ecosystems provide, Conservation International strives to create a sustainable development path that will benefit all people for generations to come.
Dancing Star Foundation Fellows:
Dr. Marc Bekoff
Dr. Biruté Galdikas
Dr. Ugyen Tshewang http://www.raonline.ch/pages/bt/nat/bt_areas01.html
Dr. Tarun Chhabra
Dancing Star Foundation Overview: Good overall look at the history, purpose, and some of the vital missions of the Dancing Star Foundation.
Elephant Voices: Collaborative Effort Elephant Voices and DSF (Download PDF)
Mad Cowboy: A documentary that is a deeply emotional odyssey that follows the life of Howard Lyman, a 4th generation Montana cattle rancher, turned vegan.
No Vacancy: Global Responses to the Human Population Explosion: A film that is a chronicle of sobering optimism in a world more accustomed to thinking about population as a dilemma with little hope of positive reversal.
Orangutan Foundation International: A national park and scientific reserve in Indonesia to help protect the remaining orangutans and hopes to increase the size of that park, and adjoining conservation areas in the near future.
Penguin Adoption: Help save penguins by adopting and naming your very own penguin! Your penguin's home (nest) will be given a special marker with the name you have chosen for your penguin, and they will follow the progress of your penguin, and send you news and pictures of your penguin, its home, some of its friends, and its chicks when they hatch.
Ulva Island Charitable Trust: New Zealand's Ulva Island Charitable Trust was formed in1999 by a group of dedicated Stewart Islanders with the objective of raising money for a one-off project to upgrade walking tracks and facilities on Ulva Island. Inspired by this achievement, more than a decade later the Trust continues to raise funds and, in conjunction with the New Zealand Department of Conservation, strives to keep Ulva Island free of introduced pests and predators where native plants and birds can thrive.
Wild Foundation: The Wild Foundation's vision is to protect at least half of the planet, land and water, in an interconnected way because wild-areas provide essential social, spiritual, biological and economic benefits — Nature Needs Half™. The Foundation envisions a planet with ample clean water, fresh air and natural resources to support all life and believes that intact wilderness areas are an essential core element of a healthy modern human society.
World Animal Net: World Animal Net is the world's largest network of animal protection societies with consultative status at the UN. Working to improve the status and welfare of animals with over 3,000 affiliates in more than 100 countries.
World Land Trust: Save an acre of rainforest with the World Land Trust - an international conservation organisation
Yellow-Eyed Penguin Trust: The Yellow-Eyed Penguin Trust was formed in 1987 to protect New Zealand's Yellow-Eyed Penguin, now considered to be an endangered species. This unique penguin is found only along New Zealand's south islands' eastern coastline, as far north as Banks Peninsula and as far south as Stewart Island, and beyond to Campbell Island. The Trust works to protect this endangered species by restoring coastal forest and controlling predators.
Al Areen Wildlife Park
New Botanic Garden for Bhutan
Convention on Biological Diversity/Bhutan
World Wildlife Fund/Bhutan
The Royal Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (RSPCA)
Royal Society for Protection of Nature
Happiness and Hazelnuts
Bhutan Hazelnut Project
National Biodiversity Centre (NBC)
Ulu Temburong National Park/Brunei
Ecuador Yasuni ITT
England & Scotland
Brigitte Bardot Foundation
Ghana & Nigeria
Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC)
Edhkwehlynawd Botanical Refuge
Family Planning Association/India
Edhkwehlynawd Botanical Refuge (EBR)
Temples of Pushkar
Orangutan Foundation International
National Population and Family Planning Board/Indonesia
Ministry of Health and Medical Education (MOHME)
Department of Demography, Faculty of Social Science, University of Tehran
Family Planning Association of the Islamic republic of Iran
The Butterflies of Kuala Lumpur: A Rare Sanctuary in Malaysia
El Consejo Nacional de Población (CONAPO)
Secretaria de Salud
Institute Mexicano Del Seguro Social
Mexican Family Planning Association
Tambopata Research Center
Bialowieza National Park
Bukit Timah National Park
National Biodiversity Centre
Howard Graham Buffett
Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Temple of the Emerald Buddha
United Arab Emirates
Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Wildlife Middle East News