WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN PROTECT OUR UNIQUE SPECIES

To achieve our vision, WWF campaigns for action to protect New Zealand’s endangered animals - like whales, sea lions, dolphins and seabirds - and funds community-based projects.

HELPING COMMUNITIES PROTECT OUR NATIVE SPECIES

We have joined forces with over 100 New Zealand communities to protect and restore habitats for native species.

Through our Community Funding, we fund a diverse mix of local projects, led and staffed by conservation-inspired locals.

Projects range from protecting Kiwi in northland, to returning kōkako to their natural range in Taranaki, to restoring habitat for the endangered Canterbury mudfish.

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Get Involved

You can help WWF-New Zealand save our species in a number of ways.

Become a supporter and play a vital role in helping fund our conservation work.

If you're a budding conservationist, you could start a project to protect the native species in your locality. You can apply for help to get it off the ground through our Community Funding.

If you would like more information about WWF's campaigns to protect species around the world, go to panda.org