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Sumatran tiger. © Evan Bowen-Jones / Fauna & Flora

Sumatran tiger. © Evan Bowen-Jones / Fauna & Flora

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As a member, you’ll help give countless species a future. Every penny goes directly to protecting the natural world, and has done for over a century.

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    Welcome pack © Leon Tolkovsky/Fauna & Flora

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    Quarterly newsletter © Leon Tolkovsky/Fauna & Flora

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Joining Fauna & Flora as a member is the most effective way to save species. Every single penny of your membership will be spent directly on the projects that need it most.

You’ll also become part of a community that dates back to 1903, and has included prominent scientists, US presidents, celebrities of all kinds and thousands of people who want to make a genuine difference for their planet.

Where membership actually saved species:

    Mountain gorilla. © photocech / Adobe Stock

    Mountain gorilla. © photocech / Adobe Stock

    Bringing Mountain gorillas back from the brink

    Decades of ranger patrols, careful monitoring and community engagement have seen mountain gorillas taken off the critically endangered list, with numbers having increased more than fourfold to over 1,000.

    © whitcomberd/Adobe Stock

    © whitcomberd/Adobe Stock

    Banning harmful plastics

    In 2018, Fauna & Flora and coalition partners were able to secure a ban on plastic microbeads by the UK government, helping stem the flow of damaging plastics into our oceans. 

    Creating protected areas for endangered species

    One of our first successes was helping to establish Kruger National Park in South Africa – which today is home to a significant number of southern white rhinos. Since then, we’ve helped establish protected areas all across the globe.  

    Baby chameleon on student's hand, Chimanimani. © Millie Kerr / Fauna & Flora

    Baby chameleon on student's hand, Chimanimani. © Millie Kerr / Fauna & Flora

    Championing the little guys

    At Fauna & Flora, we stand up for the unloved, the unknown and the persecuted. Through innovative campaigns aimed at increasing awareness among the general public, we completely changed public attitudes toward bats, snakes, newts, and toads. 

    Arabian oryx. © Staffan Widstrand / Getty Images

    Arabian oryx. © Staffan Widstrand / Getty Images

    Operation Oryx

    In 1962 we launched ‘Operation Oryx’ to save the Arabian oryx – the first ever example of an animal being successfully reintroduced into its original habitat after being declared extinct in the wild. 

    Antiguan racer. © Fauna & Flora

    Antiguan racer. © Fauna & Flora

    Saving the world’s rarest snake

    We rescued the world’s rarest snake from extinction, taking the Antiguan racer population from a mere 50 on a single tiny islet to over 1,100 on four islands in less than 25 years.

    Sumatran tiger. © Brian Mckay/Flickr.com/tiger_feet

    Sumatran tiger. © Brian Mckay/Flickr.com/tiger_feet

    Holding the line for tigers

    In the early 2000s, the black market price of tiger prices skyrocketed. A wave of poachers flooded the forests, and many experts thought it could spell the end. But rangers held the line and – in the areas they were deployed – tiger numbers actually increased.

    Siamese crocodile. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

    Siamese crocodile. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

    Rediscovering Siamese crocodiles

    Until 2000, people thought every one of these creatures had perished, but spurred on by reports of local people, Fauna & Flora refused to give up hope. We rediscovered them and have since ensured they could thrive.

    Jaguar. © Lucas Bustamante / Nature Picture Library

    Jaguar. © Lucas Bustamante / Nature Picture Library

    Saved Boden Creek

    In 2020, the vital area of Boden Creek in Belize was about to be turned into a banana plantation. For the birds, big cats and primates who live there, it would have been fatal. Fauna & Flora’s members enabled our local partner to buy the land, and protect it from profiteering in perpetuity.

I've been a supporter for several years now, and know that it gets things done and can be trusted.

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We were impressed by the vision, expertise and global reach and trust Fauna & Flora to use our donations wisely.

Jill & Paul Atha

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“Fauna & Flora saves endangered species and habitats around the world. I'm proud to have been a member for over 50 years.”

Sir David Attenborough

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I've been a supporter for several years now, and know that it gets things done and can be trusted.

Annette Barsby

Member

We were impressed by the vision, expertise and global reach and trust Fauna & Flora to use our donations wisely.

Jill & Paul Atha

Members

“Fauna & Flora saves endangered species and habitats around the world. I'm proud to have been a member for over 50 years.”

Sir David Attenborough

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