Tools for Conservationists

This page is full of links for conservationists to find interesting information, conservation networks, funding opportunities, and job openings.

ORGANIZATIONS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN JOINING

NATURE UGANDA

NatureUganda (formerly the East African Natural History Society) is a Ugandan conservation organization that does research and conservation, and through membership offers an opportunity to contribute to conservation of nature and to improve your understanding of Ugandan nature.

NATURE KENYA

Formerly the East African Natural history Society is Kenyas oldest nature organization. Join Nature Kenya today and become part of an active organization that connects nature and people.

PRIMATE SCIENCE

If you want to participate in scientific discussion about monkeys and non human apes, then join Primate science an online discussion forum which promotes communication and resource sharing among scientists engaged in research with nonhuman primates. The Wisconsin Primate Research Center, which manages this list, appreciates your participation and willingness to share information with colleagues. Warning -some content is about biomedical research 🙁

PAN AFRICAN SANCTUARIES ALLIANCE

Friends of PASA

The Pan African Sanctuaries Alliance responds to ape crises in Africa. Become a Friend of PASA today and receive regular updates and help PASA sanctuaries across Africa care for orphaned chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, drills, baboons and other endangered primates. Join today and receive a primate photo, fact sheet, and regular E-updates. For more information, click Friends of PASA.

SOCIETY FOR CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

Join the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB), an international professional organization dedicated to promoting the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. The Society’s membership comprises a wide range of people interested in the conservation and study of biological diversity: resource managers, educators, government and private conservation workers, and students make up the more than 10,000 members world-wide.

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