Project field-leader Dudi during the parrot census Project field-leader Dudi during the parrot census Wild-living Goffin's Cockatoos in the Malukus. Interview with local environmentalists

Wildlife Messengers

Org #72117
Vetted since 2020
2017
year founded
$1,632
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Wildlife Messengers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the purpose of making scientific and educational films, photographs, and audio recordings to promote nature conservation, mainly in countries with lower industrial bases, and to distribute them to national and international audiences. The targeted audiences include government authorities, elementary and middle schools, local indigenous communities, and non-governmental organizations. We will evaluate and publish the impact of such conservation films. We also will establish an online archive of amateur, semi-professional, and professional nature conservation films, photographs, and audio recordings to make them available for the p... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
George Olah
George Olah
Cintia Garai
Cintia Garai
Organization Information
5645 Hard Rock Pl
Richmond, VA 23230
United States
+36308864026
Organization Information
5645 Hard Rock Pl
Richmond, VA 23230
United States
+36308864026

Project Reports

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Sep 27, 2021
Rewildings to the Aru archipelago | 2021 September
Dear Supporters, We are still going through some difficult times due to COVID an its after-effects in Indonesia. Nevertheless, we try our best not only to keep on going with our lives but also to look...
Jun 1, 2021
The Indonesian parrot trade | 2021 May
Dear Supporters, We have some great updates from various aspects of our project focusing on the parrot trade in Indonesia. In collaboration with the Indonesian Parrot Project, the Department of...
Feb 1, 2021
Update from Indonesia | 2021 Feb
Dear Supporters, First of all, we would like to express our gratitude for supporting our collaborative conservation campaign during these challenging times. As George described in the previous report,...
 
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