Many wild animals are needlessly killed by trophy hunters every day.
Animals belong in the wild, not on a wall. Will you help us campaign for an end to the practice, work with airlines and shipping companies to ban the transportation of trophies, and put pressure on the UK and other governments to introduce a ban on the import of hunting trophies?
Since 1984, we have been working tirelessly to ensure that all wild animals, whether living in captivity or in the wild, are treated with compassion and respect. We work across the world to preserve and protect wildlife in its natural habitat – finding Compassionate Conservation solutions so that humans and wildlife can co-exist peacefully. #KeepWildlifeInTheWild
This is Iman, a young, orphaned lioness who was confiscated in Eastern Somaliland.
Taken from the wild from Ethiopia for a buyer in the Middle East, Iman is now safe and has just arrived at our Ensessa Kotteh sanctuary in Ethiopia.
Will you help fund her lifetime care?
To commemorate our 35th anniversary, we are proud to share details of our forthcoming gala dinner. The Wind of Change will take place on Friday 6th September at The Landmark Hotel, London’s historic five star venue in Marylebone.
The evening will include a drinks reception on the Landmark's spectacular Garden Terrace, a three course vegetarian dinner with wine in the Grand Ballroom, live entertainment and celebrity auction.
WHERE OUR WORK TAKES PLACE
As an international animal welfare and conservation charity, we are involved in projects all over the world.TAKE A LOOK