Follow the Endangered Species Foundation's journey in setting up a conservation fund for New Zealand's rarest of the rare - critically endangered fauna and flora on the brink of extinction. The future of New Zealand's most vulnerable is uncertain - nearly 4,000 indigenous species are in danger of being lost. We we have a chance to pledge our commitment and support to protect our extraordinary species and unique habitats, now and into the future. We are committed to preserving the rarest of the rare, by funding results orientated conservation projects, with the support of New Zealanders like you.
Friday, 7 July 2017
The Ambassadors strategy is a brief, practical and to the point two-pager designed for busy professionals who kindly wish to help when they can. It focuses on three objectives:
1. Grow Ambassador Club membership
2. Raise public awareness of ESF
All our Ambassadors should have received their strategy by email. (If you haven't received yours, perhaps we don't have your current email address.)
Please contact Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy (or to update your contact details), or if you are thinking of becoming an Ambassador.
The ESF team was delighted to receive the following endorsement from conservation's own godmother. Dame Jane Goodall has long been one of the world's greatest conservation advocates, and, no doubt, an inspiration to us all.
"The Endangered Species Foundation is working very hard to prevent any further extinctions in New Zealand, a place where so much has already been lost, and where nearly 4,000 species found nowhere else remain in some danger of extinction. I applaud the attention they give to all species - not just the large charismatic birds and mammals, but also the less well known species of invertebrates, fungi, lichens, lizards, plants, amphibians, and even seaweeds. Their endeavour to provide sustainable support to essential conservation programmes is particularly important in a world where resources for conservation are scarce and all too often are available only for too-short a time. I wish them, and the species they support, all the success they deserve in this innovative project.” Dame Jane Goodall
Wednesday, 7 September 2016
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Sunday, 19 June 2016
10. Dune swale daphne (Pimelea act)