Global Wildlife Conservation protects endangered species and habitats through science-based field action. Preserving the planet's threate...
Global Wildlife Conservation protects endangered species and habitats through science-based field action. Preserving the planet's threatened and dwindling wildlife is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity. There are almost 20,000 species of plants and animals worldwide facing the danger of extinction, including 13 percent of birds, 25 percent of mammals, and 41 percent amphibians. Indeed, the rapid decline of frogs and other amphibians over the past several decades has raised worldwide alarm. We promote greater understanding of the current extinction crisis and global threats to biodiversity and the environment. The organization bases decisions on solid science, and conducts all operations using sound environmental and social ethics. We are conducting innovative and unprecedented field expeditions, scientific research, and wild lands conservation.