Who / Where / Why
We are a non-profit organization, a group of wildlife veterinarians that provides survival in some of the most difficult conservation areas in the world and works in the process with some of the rarest animals on the planet. Our mission is to provide the best, most professional and effective veterinary care available. During our activities we also train colleagues and future colleagues to become locally future conservationists and develop local veterinary wildlife units, with the main objective of helping treated ecosystems and their respective flora and fauna.
By applying field research to better understand diseases we can use health, especially using “One Health” approach as a means of improving conservation outcomes.
We not only work with some of the rarest single species, but we put more emphasis looking at populations within big landscapes, considering the entire health of the ecosystem, especially when planning re-introductions.
We are equipped for remote fieldwork in a variety of environments. We have a range of wildlife capture, fauna monitoring and safety equipment. We are experts with large-scale data and sample collection and high quality reporting.