— National Wildlife Federation Wildlife Guide
Learn about our nation’s wildlife, the threats they face, and the conservation efforts that can help.
— Why Save Species?
Endangered and threatened species of wildlife and plants are of esthetic, ecological, educational, historical, recreational, and scientific value to the Nation and its people.
— Earth's Endangered Creatures
Endangered animals of the world captured in photos, videos, and more.
— Protecting Wildlife Species
World Wildlife Fund is committed to endangered species protection. See how we are ensuring that the world our children inherit will be home to the same species we enjoy today.
— Beyond Yellowstone
National Geographic is using a science-based approach to support wildlife-compatible landscapes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and central Montana.
— Big Cats Initiative
The National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative supports scientists and conservationists working to save big cats in the wild.
The National Geographic Labs position the Society as a global leader in harnessing technologies and driving innovation to create a planet in balance.
— Last Wild Places
Our goal is to help protect 30 percent of the planet’s major biomes by 2030. This includes not only preserving areas that are intact, but also restoring areas that may have suffered some human impacts. To address this existential crisis, the National
— Okavango Wilderness Project
The Okavango Delta is one of Earth's wildest areas. This team is exploring its sources to help keep it that way.
— Photo Ark
Photo Ark is a multiyear effort with Joel Sartore to photograph all captive species and inspire people to save these animals before they disappear forever.