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About Us

The illegal wildlife trade is a multi-billion-dollar a year ‘industry’ that is destroying our planet. Not only that, but poaching, the logging of forests and other environmental crimes fund a variety of illegal activities and criminal networks including terrorist groups. Poaching of wildlife threatens not only the species involved but whole ecosystems and in some cases the stability of the country where the money is funding criminal or terrorist networks.

Global Guardians Conservation Fund was started to help combat this threat by promoting a range of conservation efforts, from anti-poaching, training people to protect our wildlife on the front line, to a black rhino breeding program in Zimbabwe.

Global Guardians Conservation Fund was founded by Dustin Thompson after he volunteered as an anti-poaching ranger in Africa in 2015.

Our Mission

‘Our mission is to maximise your volunteering experience and impact when you decide to use our services, to increase volunteer numbers worldwide, including anti-poaching operations and provide support by way of funding, equipment and key assets to critical areas of conservation in order to protect the wildlife and local communities.’

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Latest News

  • The pangolin is the world's most illegally traded mammal and is disappearing fast. Eye Of The Pangolin is the story of two men on a mission to share the wonder of all four species of African pangolin on camera for the first time ever.

  • In Kenya, a brave group of rangers are working to protect the last two northern white rhinoceros in the world. Years of widespread poaching and civil war savaged the rhinos’ populations, and the last few who remain are now protected by 24/7 armed guards at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

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