The Herpetological Conservation Trust



The Herpetological Conservation Trust Related

Bat Conservation Trust:: The UK's only organisation solely devoted to the conservation of bats and their habitats. It is a highly respected and established organisation combining the strengths of professionals and amateur experts.

UK Wolf Conservation Trust:: Aims to enhance the conservation, scientific knowledge and public awareness of wolves, to improve the survival of wolves in the wild and to provide education programmes for schools, conservation and other organisations.

Vechur Conservation Trust:: A trust formed to save the Vechur, the smallest cow in the world, from the brink of extinction.

Tasmanian Conservation Trust:: Working to protect the State's forest, oceans, and wilderness.

African Elephant Conservation Trust:: The goal of the African Elephant Conservation Trust is the successful conservation of Africa's elephants within the context of human needs and pressures.

International Trust for Nature Conservation:: A UK charity working mainly in Nepal and India. Gives information on species and habitat protection, monitoring, reforestation and environmental education.

John Sinclair Trust for Conservation:: News and information about John Sinclair and his environmental work.

Biodiversity Conservation & Research Trust:: Rainforests are among the most important places on earth; although rainforests occupy less than 10% of the landmass, they harbor nearly 50% of the global biodiversity, bring rainfall and sustain livelihood in the tropical regions. The rainforests of Western Ghats in India are one of the biodiversity hotspots; however, over three-fourth of this habitat is deforested due to human activities.To counteract deforestation-driven problems and to rescue

Wilton Land Conservation Trust:: The Wilton Land Conservation Trust is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of open space in Wilton. Founded in 1964 by Wilton residents Morris Earle, Augustus W. Merlin, Lawrason Riggs III, and George W.D. Symonds, these farsighted founders anticipated the adverse impact of population increase and housing development on the natural resources and wildlife habitats in the Town. The mission of the Wilton Land Conservation

Wildlife Conservation Network: Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Program:: Presents the program with the latest news and photographs. Includes information about Claudio Sillero-Zubiri's work with conservationists and the local Ethiopian communities.

  • New Additions: Reptiles and Amphibians
Sea Turtle Preservation Society (STPS)
Amphibian Specialist Group
Bog Frog
Patuxent Wildlife Research Center: Amphibians and Reptiles