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Care for the Wild International’s unique wildlife adoption programmes are a great way to make a personal connection with individual wild animals. We care for animals that have become orphaned through poaching, illegal trade or other human interventions. By adopting an animal you not only support their day to day care for at least 12 months, you also help protect individuals of that species in the wild.

Adoptions make wonderful presents and all our programmes come with individual gift packs for you to choose from. Packs will be despatched within 10 working days of receipt of order. Click on the links below to find out more…

Adopt a Brown Bear
Adopt a Brown Bear
Dancing bears are routinely ill-treated, malnourished and neglected – all in the name of so-called entertainment. The ARCTUROS sanctuary established in northern Greece provides a safe haven for .. Read more ...
Adopt a Badger
Adopt a Badger
Badgers are probably one of the best-loved British mammals. They are shy nocturnal animals which share our countryside, although many of us have never even seen one. Sadly, our ever increasing .. Read more ...
Adopt a Dolphin
Adopt a Dolphin
Stardance is a lively male bottlenose dolphin, living in Scotland’s Moray Firth. In common with dolphins worldwide he faces a multitude of threats including marine pollution, fisheries bycatch .. Read more ...
Adopt a Chimp
Adopt a Chimp
Chimpanzees are threatened by the bushmeat trade, which represents a perpetual serious threat to African wildlife and primates in particular. Wildlife is now snatched from the forests in .. Read more ...
Adopt a Gibbon
Adopt a Gibbon
After orangutans, chimpanzees, bonobos and gorillas, gibbons are often the fifth forgotten ape. Wild gibbon populations, including those of white-handed gibbons like Cosmo, Bridget and their .. Read more ...
Adopt an Elephant
Adopt an Elephant
* * * As featured in the BBC's Elephant Diaries programme* * * Care for the Wild International runs an adoption programme for orphaned elephants in Kenya in conjunction with the David .. Read more ...
Adopt a Penguin
Adopt a Penguin
Yellow-eyed penguins live only in New Zealand, on the SE coast of the South Island and a few offshore islands. These amazing penguins, distinguished by the yellow band around their eyes, are the .. Read more ...
Adopt an Orangutan
Adopt an Orangutan
Forest clearance for logging, mining and palm plantations has led to a consistent decline in orangutan numbers over the last ten years. The species is now only found in relic populations on the .. Read more ...
Adopt a Rhino
Adopt a Rhino
Black rhinos are critically endangered. Populations plummeted by 97% between 1970 and 1992 to just 2,300 as a result of rampant poaching for their horn. Rhino horn is used in traditional Asian .. Read more ...
Adopt a Polar Bear
Adopt a Polar Bear
Like all polar bears today, Nura, our polar bear ambassador desperately needs our help. During the winter, the frozen sea ice of Canada’s Hudson Bay is Nura’s home and hunting ground to provide food .. Read more ...
Adopt a Tiger
Adopt a Tiger
It is a fact that poaching of tigers and illegal trade in tiger bones and parts is on the increase. CWI are dedicated to halting this vile practice. If poaching continues at its present rate of .. Read more ...
 


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