About Us

Science for Wildlife is a not-for-profit wildlife conservation organisation based out of Sydney, Australia.

We work to make sure that the best available science and technology is applied on the ground where it counts, to conserve wildlife. We were established to meet a well-recognised need – to bridge the gap between research and wildlife conservation. Far too often the best science gets published in a journal paper but it stops there and is never applied to real-life wildlife management problems. Critical knowledge is therefore not available for use where it is needed most.

To bridge the implementation gap we work together with researchers and university staff and students, land managers, community groups and volunteers, making sure that experience and know-how are shared and wildlife conservation is as effective as it can possibly be.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create and share scientific knowledge to empower wildlife conservation.

Our Promise

To contribute to effective wildlife conservation by developing innovative solutions based on science, and through genuine collaboration and community involvement.


Our Goals

To achieve effective and enduring wildlife conservation through:

  • Developing creative solutions and undertaking innovative research
  • Building partnerships between scientists, land managers and communities
  • Sharing knowledge with communities to inspire them to action
  • Inviting participation in conservation

 

Our Values

  • Innovation
    We strive to develop and deliver creative solutions to meet the challenges faced by the world's wildlife.
  • Collaboration
    We value the involvement of others to ensure we deliver the highest quality conservation outcomes, connect communities to wildlife and apply our research to on-ground conservation action.
  • Objectivity
    We will always rely on evidence to support and drive our research, work and advice.
  • Integrity
    We will be transparent, reliable and accountable for the quality of the things we do.
  • Accessibility
    We will communicate effectively to make our work and knowledge accessible and to bridge the gap between scientific research and the community.
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