Protecting Paradise: Birds under threat in the Seychelles

Battling against extinction of unique island wildlife.
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Pine Marten Comeback: Restoring the UK’s native wildlife

Scottish pine martens are welcomed in Wales.
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African wild dog in South Africa. Photocredit Neil Aldridge

African Painted Dogs: Ensuring the survival of an African icon

Getting a handle on disease in HW National Park, Zimbabwe.
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Sumatran Tiger Copyright Phil Mumby 940x477

Tiger Health Programme: Protecting tigers from disease

Our five-point approach to saving a magnificent animal.
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India - Clifford the Black Kite. Photocredit Ben Potter

Indian Celebrations: Essential first aid for birds of prey

Raptors caught up in a killer of a festival.
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Amur leopard Artur - copyright Wildlife Heritage Foundation

Amur Leopards: Saving the world’s most endangered big cat

Conservationists get ready for reintroduction of leopards in Russia.
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Global Tiger Day: Rehab and reintroduction

It is Global Tiger Day on Saturday (29th July).  To celebrate we would like to tell you about the trip Dr John Lewis, our...

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Pine Marten Recovery Programme

The pine marten was once the second most common carnivore in the British Isles. Yet a hundred years ago their numbers..

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Partners in the field

On location organisations play a pivotal role in the conservation of endangered species. learn more about the organisations we work with and endangered animals in general.

Saving some of the planet’s rarest creatures from extinction needs expert help, and WVI can supply that when and where it’s needed.

Steve Leonard, Veterinary Surgeon and TV Presenter


WVI is indebted to the generous individuals and organisations whose ongoing support - financial, moral and in kind - allows us to deliver our conservation objectives.