There are hundreds of conservation groups working in the field in Australia and overseas. We value and appreciate our relationship with them, enormously. Here are the ones we work most closely with.
Our closest relationships are with ZAA, the Australasian Zoo and Aquarium Association (who we are a member of), the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the Pan-African Association of Zoos and Aquaria (who we partner with on our work in Madagascar).
We provide funding and/or support and assistance through our Wildlife Conservation Action Fund to:
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Australian Wildlife Conservancy is an independent, non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of Australia’s threatened wildlife and ecosystems.
Frankfurt Zoological Society
FZS is an international conservation organisation based in Frankfurt (Germany). Founded by Prof. Bernhard Grzimek, FZS is now committed to preserving wildlands and biological diversity in our planet’s last remaining wilderness areas.
Komodo Survival Program
Komodo Survival Program aims to develop capacity and reliable knowledge to conserve Komodo Dragons and their environment.
Tenkile Conservation Alliance
The Tenkile Conservation Alliance (TCA), aims to protect the unique biodiversity of Papua New Guinea’s Torricelli Mountain Range. The Alliance uses tree kangaroos as flagship species for achieving broad forest conservation outcomes with a main objective to establish this mountain range as a legislated Conservation Area.
Free the Bears
Dedicated to protecting, preserving and enriching the lives of bears. They are working to stop abuse, neglect and illegal trading.
Painted Dog Conservation Inc
Painted Dog Conservation Inc. aims to advance conservation of the African Painted Dog through education, promoting and disseminating research into their conservation, and seeking to achieve sustainable management of the species.
Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group
A consortium of international zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens and universities, the MFG works in partnership with the Malagasy Government to conserve its rich biodiversity.
The wildlife trade monitoring network is the leading non-governmental organisation working globally on trade in wild animals and plants in the context of both biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots
Roots and Shoots is a youth-led action program that is currently making a difference in more than 140 countries.
Project Numbat Inc. promotes and assists Numbat Recovery Program objectives including habitat management, population monitoring, feral predator control, education and awareness programs, and fundraising for Numbat conservation.
Black Cockatoo Preservation Society is a not-for-profit, independent conservation organisation working to conserve black cockatoos by rehabilitating injured birds for release back into the wild, revegetating areas of degraded bushland and educating the community.
Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to wildlife conservation. They care for sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife; breed threatened species; conduct training and research; and educate schools and community.
Fauna & Flora International
Fauna & Flora International’s work spans across the globe, with over 140 projects in 40 countries, mostly in the developing world. Their mission is to act to conserve threatened species and ecosystems worldwide, choosing solutions that are sustainable, based on sound science and take into account human needs.
Friends of the Western Swamp Tortoise
The FoWST group is an initiative of the Threatened Species Network, formed in July 2004 to aid local, national and international awareness of the critically endangered status of Australia’s rarest reptile, the Western Swamp Tortoise, by providing information and educational resources.
SAVE African Rhino
The foundation is committed to saving the endangered species of Africa from extinction. Founded in 1987, the organisation has a broad range of activities, with a particular focus on the African black rhinoceros and Zimbabwe. All funds raised are committed to the action on the ground, for instance to support anti-poaching units.
Red Panda Network
Since 2007, Red Panda Network (RPN) has been working to protect red pandas and their habitat in the Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung corridor in the Himalayas. RPN use an integrated, landscape level approach to red panda conservation which includes research and monitoring, education and outreach, habitat protection and restoration, and sustainable development initiatives.