Tracking monkeys in the field First monkey leaving release enclosure Enjoying early morning sunshine Release site camp

Wildtracks

Org #46478
Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1996
year founded
$8,123
raised on GlobalGiving
8
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Wildtracks is a well established conservation organization working towards the sustainable future of the natural resources of Belize, through conservation of ecosystems and species, building engagement and strengthening capacity towards effective environmental stewardship at all levels. The organization was established in 1990, and registered as a Belize non-profit organization in 1996. In collaboration with its partners, Wildtracks has made critical contributions towards conservation in Belize, and has demonstrated high cost effectiveness, effective project and strategy implementation, with built-in evaluation, and with a demonstrable, consistent success record. Wildtracks is recognised a... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Zoe Walker
Zoe Walker
Alysha McGrattan
Alysha McGrattan
Team
Paul Walker, Alysha M McGrattan, Rudy J Castellanos
Organization Information
La Isla
Sarteneja, 0
Belize
501-650 6578

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3174652926
Organization Information
La Isla
Sarteneja, 0
Belize
501-650 6578

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #3174652926

Project Reports

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Apr 16, 2019
It has happened!!!
THE FIRST GROUP OF WILDTRACKS SPIDER  MONKEYS ARE  NOW IN THE WILD! FREE! Join us as we watch the moment when they leave the enclosure for the first time...a very emotional moment for all...
Feb 5, 2019
Life at the Pre-Release Site
This is it…the spider monkeys are now down at the release site before their final release in March! January has been a month of intense emotions as we prepared the first group of...
Nov 5, 2018
Why is rehabbing spider monkeys so difficult?
Why is rehabbing spider monkeys such a long, difficult process? Throughout this campaign, we’ve referred to the spider monkey rehabilitation process as being long, arduous, and emotional....
 
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