A snapshot of our conservation efforts
Here in New Zealand, The Nest Te Kōhanga provides veterinary care for hundreds of injured native animals every year so they can return to the wild. We help look after Wellington’s Kororā Little Blue Penguin population, help recover New Zealand’s Grand and Otago Skink populations, and support the protection of Kea in Nelson Lakes and Arthur’s Pass.
We’re involved in a number of projects all over the world that aim to save or protect animals and their endangered environments. These projects include wild Tiger conservation in seven different countries, saving the Golden Lion Tamarin and its native Atlantic forest habitat, protecting wild Cheetahs in South Africa, critically endangured Lemurs in Madagascar, Red Pandas in Nepal, Cotton Top Tamarins in Colombia, and Malayan Sun Bears in South East Asia. We support the rehabilitation of Chimpanzees in the Republic of Congo, White Cheeked Gibbons in Vietnam,, the reduction of illegal wildlife trade in South-East Asia, and the Australasian campaign for mandatory labelling of palm oil.
Find out more about our conservation efforts in the wild.
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