Fauna & Flora International
Fauna & Flora International’s work spans across the globe, with over 100 projects in nearly 40 countries, mostly in the developing world. We proudly stand up for biodiversity and aim to show just how relevant it is to all of those who share the planet.
Established over a century ago, Fauna & Flora International was the world’s first international conservation organization. The pioneering work of its founders in Africa led to the creation of numerous protected areas, including Kruger and Serengeti National Parks.
FFI has always been a groundbreaker; it is renowned for its innovative, landmark programmes, many of which have come to be regarded as classic examples of conservation practice.
Mountain gorillas. Sumatran tigers. Hawksbill turtles. All owe their survival to the dedicated rangers who put their lives on the line to protect them. Today, we salute these stalwarts of conservation.
The Kerinci Seblat Tiger Programme in Sumatra, Indonesia, holds an annual competition that rewards Tiger Protection and Conservation Unit teams for putting in extra effort to protect tigers and other Sumatran wildlife during a peak poaching season. The results of the 2014 Great Kerinci Snare Sweep are now in, as team leader Debbie Martyr reports…
Scotland’s first community-led marine protected area is among the new designations, thanks to the hard work of Fauna & Flora International’s partner, the Community of Arran Seabed Trust.Read More
We work on over 100 projects, in over 40 countries, on over 5 continents.