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A white-bellied pangolin - © Ellie Stones

Sponsor a pangolin today

Sponsor a pangolin

Your monthly sponsorship fee

A monthly donation of

By doing so, you'll help keep a pangolin safe

Please sponsor a pangolin today. 

Pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal. Each day, hundreds of these poor creatures are torn from the wild. Their fate is to be shipped across the world and killed for their scales and meat. 

If we don’t act now, these innocent creatures are headed towards extinction. 

But there is still time to save them. 

Through your support, we can equip rangers and get the crucial resources like camera traps out into the field, helping us to protect these precious animals.

It might sound simple, but, when placed in a poaching hotspot, a camera trap could be a lifeline for a pangolin, acting as a watchful eye in the wild and allowing us to understand more about these secretive creatures and how we can save them. 

We can’t do this without your help. So please, sponsor a pangolin today. Thank you. 

Black-bellied pangolin. © Angiolo / Adobe Stock

Black-bellied pangolin. © Angiolo / Adobe Stock

Millions upon millions of pangolins have been lost to this crisis. We are running out of time to save them - please sponsor one to help save them.

What you'll receive with your sponsorship

A sponsorship welcome pack

A personalised certificate, pangolin fact booklet, postcard and more!

Your very own pangolin pin badge

So you can spread the word about the plight of the pangolin.

Quarterly newsletter © Leon Tolkovsky/Fauna & Flora

Updates about pangolins

You’ll hear how your sponsorship is helping and about other species we work with.

    A sponsorship welcome pack

    A personalised certificate, pangolin fact booklet, postcard and more!

    Your very own pangolin pin badge

    So you can spread the word about the plight of the pangolin.

    Quarterly newsletter © Leon Tolkovsky/Fauna & Flora

    Updates about pangolins

    You’ll hear how your sponsorship is helping and about other species we work with.

How will my sponsorship help pangolins?

Camera-traps protecting pangolins 24/7

You could provide tree cameras to place around pangolin poaching hotspots. Camera traps play a crucial role in deterring poachers, acting as watchful eyes in the wild.

Most pangolin species are predominantly nocturnal, making it especially difficult to protect them at night. With specialist night vision cameras, we can discourage poachers from coming near these areas at night.

These cameras also help us to understand more about these secretive creatures, finding out where they roam and allowing us to determine population estimates, and ultimately how we can save pangolins.

Giant pangolin. © Fauna & Flora

Giant pangolin. © Fauna & Flora

Specialist night vision cameras help us to protect pangolins around the clock.

Equipping rangers is essential

Your sponsorship could help to kit out the rangers with the latest tech and equipment to make them as effective a force as possible.

You could help get more rangers into the field across both Africa and Asia to address the escalating threats to pangolins. You could help supply rangers with boots, machetes, rucksacks, sleeping bags, clothing, tents, rations and wages to allow them to patrol day-in day-out. 

The rangers’ constant presence, along with ever-watchful camera traps, will make it clear that pangolin poaching won’t go under the radar any longer. 

With your support, we can keep these wonderful creatures safe. 

 

The dedication of rangers - almost always recruited from local communities - is heartening. It’s vital we can give them the equipment they need.

What will my sponsorship help buy?

£20

a month could help pay for an expert conservationist to monitor a camera trap, ultimately helping to discover crucial information about pangolins and how best we can help them

£10

a month could help buy boots, rucksacks and patrol gear to equip new rangers and help them stop poaching at its source

£8

a month could help keep a camera trap running, helping us make sure that sponsored pangolins are safe and threats are kept at bay

£5

a month could help buy rations and subsistence for rangers on patrol

Why Fauna & Flora? 

Fauna & Flora has a proven track record in helping combat poaching and illegal wildlife trade across the globe. Over the decades, our work has helped put criminals behind bars, break up trafficking networks, improve law enforcement, change behaviour and save countless animals from a cruel fate. 

Successful pangolin conservation will take all of that – and more – but with donations from people like you, there’s still time to save these marvellous animals. 

Pangolin threats are at an all-time high, but rest assured that – through people like you – we’re bringing our protective work to the highest level it’s ever been. 

Donate today