WILDLIFE CONSERVATION

In 1998, 1102 animal & 
1197 plant species were 
declared endangered. In 
2012, the number stood 
at 3079 animal & 2655 
plant species worldwide.

AN ENDANGERED 
SPECIES IS A SPECIES 
WHICH HAS BEEN 
CATEGORIZED AS VERY 
LIKELY TO BECOME 
EXTINCT.

About 5.2 million square kilometers of the world’s land area is protected which might sound like a lot but is only about 3% of the global total

Thanks to conservation efforts the global wild tiger population has gone up for the first time in 100 years, 3,200 individuals in 2010 to 3,890 in 2016. The population was around 100,000 at the start of the 20th century

Globally deforestation is responsible for the loss of nearly 18 million acres of forests per year. That is an area larger than the entire country of Sri Lanka every year

Hunting, poaching and destruction of natural habitat – all human activities are primarily responsible for the dwindling populations

WE ARE THE CAUSE AND WE ARE THE ONLY SOLUTION!
GET INVOLVED AND BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE.

A wildlife internship is your chance to work alongside expert conservation professionals on real projects

DISCUSS
DEBATE
ENGAGE
CHANGE
&
GROW

Hands-On Experience where the real action is – in the heart of the bush

Learn about the delicate balance between man and the wild from local communities

Our Wildlife Conservation Trips

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