ECUADOR WILDLIFE FOUNDATION
TAKE CARE OF THE WILD ANIMALS AND ENDEMIC FLORA OF ECUADOR, THIS IS THE REASON WHY ECUADOR WILDLIFE FOUNDATION EXISTS.
We count on a multidisciplinary team of people who tend to the needs of these species in different areas: veterinary attention and rehabilitation of wild fauna; handling and propagation of native and endemic flora; education and training in conservation; and community development. We aim to overcome the problems that exist in the ecosystem in a comprehensive fashion, hoping to facilitate the coexistence between humans with animal and floral species.
Ecuador’s wild fauna are permanent victims of trafficking, illegal hunting and accidents incited by urban development. Our team takes care of these animals!
In the capital city of Ecuador: Quito, 300 endemic species of plants exist. In the country, around 80% of the floral endemic species are found as threatened or endangered.
Ecuador is a megadiverse country, where the flora and fauna coexist with people. Kids, also cohabit with these species, therefore, they must also exist as part of the equilibrium between urban areas and respect towards nature.
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With your help, we will build the first Wildlife Hospital in Ecuador. This 300 m2 center counts with areas for veterinary attention, areas for handling and open enclosures for a variety of species.
Hectares of protected forests
Wild animals cared for since 2012
Endangered Native Plants Saved
Lets save dogs and cats in Galapagos!
We have come up with a project to create a refuge center for domestic dogs and cats that are affecting the endemic species in areas of conservation, with the goal to give them a second opportunity at a good life under responsible care.
Native Plan Nursery
Approximately 80% of the endemic plants in Ecuador are found to be threatened or endangered. To try to reverse this process…
Thanks to the altruistic help of people and companies, the first wildlife hospital in the country is built in the city of Tumbaco…
El Edén Reserve in Mindo
Located in the northern region of the province of Pichincha, the city of Mindo counts on great biodiversity of flora and fauna…