"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."  Margaret Mead, American anthropologist, 1901-1978

Around the world, there are many groups of committed people who are making sure wildlife have the space they need to survive and thrive.  Please find a group to join so that you can be a part of their journey to help wildlife. If we all pull together, we can really power through change for the better.  The more of us who help create, protect, care for and save existing and new spaces, the better. 

The book "Earthshot" says that you and I can be part of the problem facing the planet - or we can be part of the solution.  Two things we can do is to protect the natural world and to reduce our impact.  "Urgency + Optimism = Action."

Wildlife need space to survive and thrive
Reduce our impact
Find out about Wetlands and how you can help

There are lots of committed groups around the world working to help wildlife, the natural world and conservation.  Join in their efforts! 

Wildlife need space to survive and thrive

From ponds and rivers to mountains and deserts, wildlife need space to survive and thrive.  You and I can help save, protect and care for this habitat, and help create more space for wildlife.  We share the planet with them.

Search Take Action for Wildlife Conservation

The SumOfUs have an urgent appeal to raise funds so that the local conservancy can create the longest wildlife corridor in East Africa.  If the conservancy can't secure the funds, investors are ready to buy up instead.  Find out more...

Please help the SumOfUs help the Maasai help wildlife

The International Fund for Animal Welfare have a petition to the New South Wales Government in Australia to raise the conservation status of the koala from vulnerable to endangered.  Please find out more, act, and share!  Thank you!

The 3rd May is Wild Koala Day - you can find out more here.

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Please help koalas!
Find out more about this new resource here

There's a website aiming to educate people into why you shouldn't poison bats you find in your home - it's a wonderful resource.  Find out more here