Rangers learning to use a spotting scope Rangers counting parrots from a local soccer field Kalebaskreek Village's Parrot Rangers Indigenous Parrot Conservation in Suriname

One Earth Conservation, Inc.

Org #75057
Vetted since 2020
2016
year founded
$10,433
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

One Earth Conservation's mission is to promote parrot well-being in the Americas by conducting transformative parrot conservation, taking action to end the wildlife trade, and encouraging in people a strong sense of human connection to all life that results in the well-being of all.

Project Leaders
Gail Koelln
Gail Koelln
Team
LoraKim Joyner, Gail Koelln
Organization Information
C/O Gail Koelln
82-52 211 Street
Hollis Hills, NY 11427
United States
7187767284
Organization Information
C/O Gail Koelln
82-52 211 Street
Hollis Hills, NY 11427
United States
7187767284

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

#3: Indigenous Parrot Conservation in Suriname

By Gail Koelln | Co-director

The Parrot Rangers of Kalebaskreek Village in Suriname have worked steadily protecting and monitoring their parrot populations. Every week parrot counts are performed. They are doing three land-based... Read the full report ›

2023 Report #2

By Gail Koelln | Co-director

The parakeet rangers in Suriname have continued their hard work through the rainy season, which is what they call the “parrot season.” This is a time of the year when many parrots come to... Read the full report ›

2023 Report #1 Indigenous Parrot Conservation in Suriname

By Gail Koelln | Co-director

Since November 2022, 12 parrot rangers have been working on monitoring parrot nests and conducting population surveys near Kalebaskreek Village in Suriname and also along the rivers and creeks in the... Read the full report ›
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