Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is proud to be affiliated and work in partnership with several conservation organisations around the world.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI)
Founded over 100 years ago, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world's longest established international conservation body. FFI are pioneers of sustainable conservation work that provides solutions to aid wildlife, humans and the environment.
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is working with FFI in Sumatra on tiger conservation and in Cambodia on Asian Elephant conservation programs. The focus of these projects is to create and expand pockets of protected land, facilitate anti-poaching patrols, assist and educate local people and farmers to coexist peacefully with these creatures and to stop the illegal wildlife trade.
Generation Nature is all about kids; their world, their passion, and their ability to make a real difference in conserving wildlife and their homes. With Bindi Irwin as their guide, kids will meet amazing animals, play interactive games, and learn how they can do something to protect nature. They will challenge themselves, and others, with real life solutions, inspirational actions and exciting ideas. There’s even a way to turn these positive actions into conservation donations!
Generation Nature is a movement that’s all about youth, energy, fun and becoming a true Game Changer for nature!
Endangered Wildlife Trust
The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) is a non-profit organisation that has been operating throughout southern Africa since 1973.
The EWT conserves threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa by initiating research and conservation programs, and implementing projects which mitigate threats facing species diversity.
Wildlife Warriors has recently partnered with the EWT to address human-wildlife conflict.
In January 1997, founder Annie Beckhelling, launched Cheetah Outreach with one hectare of land. Cheetah Outreach then set out to introduce Cheetah to the South African community through visits to community clubs, hotels, malls and various public events to assist them with their efforts of raising awareness for the plight of the cheetah. The facility is continually evolving and growing, taking on more challenges than ever before.
Cheetah Outreach is actively involved in cub rearing and partners with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors and the De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust in the Anatolian Shepherd Dog programme in South Africa.