Biodiversity is the fabric of life

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.”– John Muir.

GWC is a global force for the conservation of wildlife. We work with partners around the world to prevent some of the world’s most threatened species from vanishing forever. Working together, we can all make a difference. So join the movement today.

Biodiversity is the fabric of life

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.”– John Muir.

GWC is a global force for the conservation of wildlife. We work with partners around the world to prevent some of the world’s most threatened species from vanishing forever. Working together, we can all make a difference. So join the movement today.



Here is How You Can Get Involved

Here is How You Can Get Involved



  • Individual Donors

    Power in numbers is especially vital for our planet. Together we can use this power for good. A donation or pledge today will fuel conservation successes for endangered species immediately. Join us and stay updated on GWC’s conservation successes.

  • Major Donors

    GWC is unique. Based in Austin, Texas, USA, GWC is bringing the essential resources to our partners in the field to protect species and their habitats forever. Read about GWC’s latest successes, partnerships and global impact.

  • Corporate Sponsors

    Our donors enable GWC to provide meaningful support to our partners so they can work with their community to address their environmental challenges. GWC works with business partners to ensure that their generous gifts have tangible conservation results.

Spread the Message

Beyond financial contributions, anyone can help spread the conservation message worldwide

Learn how to contribute

Spread the Message

Beyond financial contributions, anyone can help spread the conservation message worldwide

Learn how to contribute

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    Countries


  • 12+

    Land Projects


  • 100+

    Species

    All around the world

    At GWC, we are saving species. We work with amazing conservation leaders around the world to ensure that some of the world’s least understood—but most endangered—species have a shot at survival.

    Learn more about our work and follow our progress as together we make a real, lasting difference.

    Discover Where We Work

  • All around the world

    At GWC, we are saving species. We work with amazing conservation leaders around the world to ensure that some of the world’s least understood—but most endangered—species have a shot at survival.

    Learn more about our work and follow our progress as together we make a real, lasting difference.

    Discover Where We Work

    100+

    Species


  • 12+

    Land Projects


  • 40+

    Countries

GWC In the Wild

 

From the Field

Exciting firsthand accounts about species discoveries, innovative research and ground-breaking conservation initiatives. Read about our work on the frontlines of conservation.

Blog Updates

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ProAves, Rainforest Trust and Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) have announced the creation of the Chamicero de Perijá Nature Reserve, the Read more


Guatemalan Government Creates 47,00-acre Sierra Caral Protected Area

Guatemala’s National Congress created the Sierra Caral National Protected Area yesterday, making it the nation’s first federally protected area to Read more

GWC In the Wild

 

From the Field

Exciting firsthand accounts about species discoveries, innovative research and ground-breaking conservation initiatives. Read about our work on the frontlines of conservation.

Blog Updates

Creation of Reserve Offers First Protection for Threatened Colombian Ecosystem

ProAves, Rainforest Trust and Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) have announced the creation of the Chamicero de Perijá Nature Reserve, the Read more


Guatemalan Government Creates 47,00-acre Sierra Caral Protected Area

Guatemala’s National Congress created the Sierra Caral National Protected Area yesterday, making it the nation’s first federally protected area to Read more