Supporting Conservation
Initiatives

We are proud to support and empower conservation initiatives through partnerships. Below are some of the projects we have been able to support with the help of our partners.

CONNOISSEUR RAINFOREST PROJECT - WildArk

New Britain, Papua New Guinea
CONNOISSEUR RAINFOREST PROJECT

Focus:
Community
Education
Rainforest Conservation

About: Connoisseur has partnered with WildArk to help support the Tuke Community living in the Nakanai Mountains of New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea protect their rainforest from illegal logging.

 

NSW, Australia
DEVIL COMEBACK

Focus:
Species Reintroduction
Wildlife Conservation
Ecosystem Balance

About: Aussie Ark in partnership with WildArk and Global Wildlife Conservation has released Tasmanian devils back into the wild on mainland Australia as part of a bold plan to rewild Australia. 26 Tasmanian devils have been released into a 400-hectare (nearly 1,000 acres) wildlife sanctuary on Barrington Tops on NSW, Australia.

 

Australia
KOALA COMEBACK

Focus:
Bushfire Recovery
Wildlife Rehabilitation
Habitat Restoration

About: The #KoalaComeback in partnership with David Yarrow and Global Wildlife Conservation aims to support bushfire recovery efforts on the ground in Australia. The 2019/ 2020 bushfires were some of the worst on record, with more than a billion animals killed, including up to 30 percent of the koala population living in New South Wales.

 

NUII P.E.A.C.E. Project - WildArk

Erongo Region, Namibia
NUII PEACE PROJECT

Focus:
Wildlife Conservation
Community Upliftment
Education

About: The NUII P.E.A.C.E Project in partnership with NUII Ice Cream and Elephant Human Relations Aid aims to foster a peaceful co-existence between critically endangered desert-adapted elephants and the communities that live alongside them.

 

Photo of Tortoise in nature

Atlanta, USA
Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative  

Focus:
Habitat Protection
Species Protection

About: The Gopher Tortoise  Conservation Initiative seeks to permanently protect at least 65 viable gopher tortoise populations by 2020. To do this they are raising funds to protect 100,000 acres of gopher tortoise habitat in Georgia, Atlanta, USA.