We're working around the globe to protect wild animals – and to keep wild animals in the wild, where they belong.
Wild animals aren't entertainers, pets, photo props or medicine.
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic sweeping across the globe, we can no longer ignore the dangers of exploiting wild animals.
We join the 18th Conference of Parties this August to push for change for the most vulnerable wild animals
Our houses are no home for a wild animal. Learn how we’re tackling it
Stop 'ghost' fishing gear threatening sea life
See our work with farmers in elephant habitats
Sold as a luxury, caged civet coffee causes huge suffering
Alternatives exist – so help us fight the bear bile industry
Help tackle bear baiting and bear dancing
Make sure you don't harm animals on holiday
Help provide homes for bears rescued from grim daily suffering
We work in partnership with others to protect sea life around the world.
Stopping the suffering of wild animals
From the seas to the deserts, wild animals face the ongoing threat of cruelty and abuse. Bears are captured and forced to fight dogs. Marine mammals, such as whales and dolphins, get trapped in discarded fishing gear. Wild animals are traded as exotic pets. But long-lasting, genuine change is possible, so we move governments and communities worldwide to protect wild animals – and by supporting our campaigns, you can help to keep wild animals safe and wild.