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Arctic Fox protection
Arctic Fox protection Already decimated by hunters for its fur, Arctic fox populations are now threatened by global warming and shrinking summer ice. Care for the Wild International is helping to protect this and other .. Read more ...
Asiatic Black Bear Rescue, Laos
Asiatic Black Bear Rescue, Laos Care for the Wild International has recently teamed up with Free the Bears Fund to provide an enclosure for rescued Asiatic Black Bears (Moon) bears in Laos... Read more ...
Badger Sanctuary, United Kingdom
Badger Sanctuary, United Kingdom CWI supports the Folly Wildlife Rescue Centre which is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout the surrounding region. .. Read more ...
Bear sanctuary, Greece
Bear sanctuary, Greece Care for the Wild International works with the ARCTUROS Environmental Centre and Bear Sanctuary in Greece to provide a safe haven from a life of misery for former dancing bears... Read more ...
British wildlife rescue
British wildlife rescue Care for the Wild International works with a wide range of wildlife rescue centres and sanctuaries in the UK to facilitate the rescue, veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and release of injured and .. Read more ...
Chimpanzee Rescue & Rehabilitation, Ken . . .
Chimpanzee Rescue & Rehabilitation, Kenya Care for the Wild International (CWI) works with the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya to offer a safe haven to victims of the exotic pet trade, entertainment and bush meat trades. .. Read more ...
De-snaring teams, Kenya
De-snaring teams, Kenya Wire-snares concealed in the African bush present a deadly threat to wildlife. Care for the Wild International works with the Kenya Wildlife Service and the Ann K. Taylor Fund to conduct .. Read more ...
Dolphin research and rescue
Dolphin research and rescue Care for the Wild International works with the Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit (CRRU) in Scotland to provide immediate rescue and care for stranded whales and dolphins (cetaceans). We also .. Read more ...
Elephant orphan sanctuary, Kenya
Elephant orphan sanctuary, Kenya Care for the Wild International works with the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) in Kenya to care for orphaned elephant calves. We also fund vital anti-poaching and elephant protection work .. Read more ...
Gibbon Rescue and Rehabilitation
Gibbon Rescue and Rehabilitation Care for the Wild International (CWI) began rescue and protection work for gibbons in Thailand in 1991 and in 2008, joined with our conservation partners, Wildlife Friends Foundation of .. Read more ...
Grey Seal Protection
Grey Seal Protection The UK population of the grey seal represents nearly half of the world’s total. Therefore it is of international conservation importance. However, Grey seals face a number of growing .. Read more ...
Minke Whales
Minke Whales Care for the Wild International has teamed up with researchers at the Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit in the north of Scotland, to investigate the behaviour of Minke whales in order to help .. Read more ...
Orangutan orphan sanctuary
Orangutan orphan sanctuary Care for the Wild International works with the Orangutan Foundation to stop the suffering of orangutans caused by poaching and the devastation of their natural habitat... Read more ...
Painted Hunting Dog Conservation
Painted Hunting Dog Conservation With a total population of just over 3000, Africa's endangered African Hunting Dogs desperately need a helping hand. Care for the Wild International has joined forces with the Painted Dog .. Read more ...
Polar bear research and protection
Polar bear research and protection Polar bears are in serious danger. Trophy hunters pay thousands of pounds to kill them and global warming is robbing them of a place to live. Care for the Wild International has teamed up with .. Read more ...
Rescued tiger care, Thailand
Rescued tiger care, Thailand Care for the Wild International (CWI) works with the Wildlife Friends Foundation of Thailand (WFFT) to care for the rescued tiger, Meow. Just three months after the WFFT rescue centre opened, a .. Read more ...
Rhino Rescue and Rehabilitation, Kenya
Rhino Rescue and Rehabilitation, Kenya Rhino are killed for their horn, which is used in traditional Asian medicines as an anti-pyretic and to make ceremonial dagger handles in the Yemen. Between 1960 and 2000, the African black rhino .. Read more ...
Russian Bear Rehabilitation
Russian Bear Rehabilitation Care for the Wild International saves the lives of black and brown bears in the Russian Far East. Orphaned bears whose mothers were killed by poachers and wildlife traffickers now have a safe .. Read more ...
Tiger orphan, Cambodia
Tiger orphan, Cambodia Care for the Wild International works with the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre in Cambodia to care for an orphaned Indochinese tiger, Jasper... Read more ...
Tiger Protection, Thailand
Tiger Protection, Thailand Southeast Asia's wildlife is under immense pressure from a growing illegal wildlife trade. Add to this rapid social and economic development leading to the loss of habitat, the survival of the .. Read more ...
Turtle and Dugong Conservation
Turtle and Dugong Conservation Care for the Wild International has worked with the Tanzanian-based conservation organisation Sea Sense to promote the long term survival of marine turtles and dugongs through research, monitoring .. Read more ...
Yellow-Eyed Penguin Research & Protecti . . .
Yellow-Eyed Penguin Research & Protection The Yellow-eyed penguin is unique to New Zealand and is one of the world’s rarest penguins. The forested coastal habitat where they nest and breed is coming under increasing pressure from .. Read more ...


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