The American Bear Association - Orr - MN - USA (click for project page)
The American Bear Association, was formed to manage the Sanctuary and to promote a better understanding of the black bear through education, observation, and experience. The organizations ultimate goal and Vince Shute’s final wish has become a reality â€“ peaceful coexistence between humans and bears. All of the sanctuary bears are free-roaming. They come and go at will through clover meadows, cool cedar swamps and pine forest.
American Conservation Experience (ACE) - Santa Cruz - CA - USA - (click for project page)
ACE believes that the opportunity to restore America’s natural wonders should not be limited by nationality or confined by racial or ethnic divisions. ACE’s Conservation Volunteer participants come from throughout the United States and from nations around the world to volunteer for 8-12 weeks in exchange for food, dormitory style housing, and the chance to contribute to vital ecological restoration and recreation management projects.
Bimini Biological Field Station - Bimini - Bahamas - (click for project page)
The Sharklab offers subsidized internships to persons 18 or older who wish to learn field research skills. Our approach is to integrate students with active marine scientists from around the globe. We thus support about ten international interns monthly, for periods up to 12 months. Interns experience a unique opportunity to take part in our intense field research, learning practical and theoretical skills that will enhance their prospects as future scientists.
California Wildlife Center - California - USA - (click for project page)
California Wildlife Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife. Since 1998 CWC has responded to over 10,000 wildlife emergencies in Los Angeles County for a variety of species: from raptors and songbirds to pelicans, sea lions, coyotes, and deer’s.
Dolphin Research Center - Grassy Key - Florida - (click for project page)
Dolphin Research Center is a non-profit organisation dedicated to marine mammal research and education. It offers volunteers unique opportunities for learning about dolphins and various aspects of the daily operations of a marine mammal care facility.
Forest Animal Rescue - Silver Springs, FL - USA - (click for project page)
A non-profit wild animal sanctuary, fully licensed and accredited by the American Sanctuary Association. The sanctuary is dedicated to the lifetime care of abused, neglected or confiscated wild animals to prevent them from being destroyed. The volunteers & staff ensure that their medical, nutritional, and emotional needs are well met.
International Conservation Volunteer Exchange - Reno - USA - (click for project page)
ICVE is a volunteer and internship program for international participants who wish to collaborate with American environmental professionals on natural resource projects on public lands throughout the American West. Each of GBI’s programs uniquely contributes to helping promote environmental outreach and awareness.
Marine Mammal Center (TMMC)- Sausalito, USA - (click for project page)
At The Marine Mammal Center, we are guided and inspired by a shared vision of a healthy ocean for marine mammals and humans alike. Our mission is to advance global ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education.
Student Conservation Association New Hampshire, USA- (click for project page)
SCA is the conservation service partner of choice in the public and private sectors, largely because of our unique ability to bridge these two areas to leverage available support and maximize impact. We connect resource management agencies, philanthropic foundations, individual donors and sustainable businesses to benefit our land, our youth and our future.
American Museum of Natural History's Southwestern Research Station - Portal, AZ, USA - (click for project page)
The Southwestern Research Station (SWRS) is a year-round field station owned and operated by the American Museum of Natural. Since 1955, it has served biologists, geologists, and anthropologists interested in studying the diverse environments and biotas of the Chiricahua Mountains in south-eastern Arizona. The SWRS welcomes scientists and advanced students from all parts of the country and from abroad to carry out their research projects. The SWRS is located at an elevation of 5,400 feet in riparian habitat, surrounded by oak-juniper-pinyon pine woodlands.
Whale Center of New England, Inc. - Gloucester, MA, USA - (click for project page)
The Whale Center of New England is a non-profit organization focusing on research, conservation, and education of marine mammals. The Whale Center of New England was founded in 1979 and is now highly respected in its field.
Wildlife In Crisis - Weston, CT, USA - (click for project page)
Wildlife in Crisis is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, founded in 1989 to care for injured and orphaned wildlife. Our facility in Weston, Connecticut was donated to us by an anonymous benefactor in 1990, and in the years since we've received an average of 10,000 calls about wildlife every year.
Wolf Education and Research Center (WERC) - Winchester, Idaho, USA - (click for project page)
WERC cares for a captive pack of wolves: “The Sawtooth Pack: Wolves of the Nez Perce”. WERC is in partnership with the Nez Perce Tribe, which currently handles the wolf management and reintroduction for Idaho. The Wolf Education and Research Center is dedicated to providing public education and scientific research concerning the gray wolf and its habitat in the Northern Rocky Mountains.