An elephant herd under the watchful gaze of Mount Kilimanjaro. Image Courtesy of Hannah Kunst.


Seattle is our global HQ but our team members are located and deployed all over the world, willing and able to conduct our operations and join our partners at our target sites and program locations.

The bottom line is this: 

We fight where the herd, the tower, or the crash needs us to go. Even where public policy is debated—to abolish wildlife exploitation, terrorism, and violence worldwide. 

No exceptions.

Wildlife Conservation, with its many intricate micro-challenges like poaching and trophy hunting, is a global macro-cause. Therefore, collaboration and partnerships between NGOs, private enterprises, and government agencies are essential to implement best practices. According to our analysis, wildlife terrorism occurs primarily in Africa and Asia. We have chosen to primarily focus on alleviating the poaching crisis in conflict areas in Africa and Asia due to its catastrophic rise in sophisticated slaughter of wildlife by militarized groups affiliated with the major terrorist organizations from the Middle East and beyond.

We target areas where we can provide direct or in-direct resources to partner organizations and affiliates on the ground with a focus on aiding anti-poaching programs. Key target areas may include high conflict areas between humans and wildlife all over the world in Africa (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe) and Asia (Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and The Philippines). The Philippines is a unique area of concern for it holds the world’s biggest wildlife reserve of African wildlife outside of Africa and it may easily be susceptible to poaching due to its close proximity to markets that demand wildlife parts.

In our target sites and program locations, we honor and respect each culture and history like it is our own. We learn and speak their language and give all credit to their people. We are ambassadors of our cause and guests in their countries, at all times.

We collaborate with our coalition partners—individuals, private companies, governments, non-government organizations, transnational agencies, and academic organizations—to make sure that those deployed on the ground are protected too and optimally outfitted as they protect wildlife in those those areas. 




In our program target sites, Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) has either been approved or are pending with NGOs and government agencies, as listed. MoUs are necessary for organizations—public and private—to collaborate and partner towards the same goal. We send resources for program implementation to our partners and collaborators in target sites on a quarterly basis in January, April, July, and October.

If you or your organization would like to collaborate and partner with us, please fill out the form below and one of our operations specialists will get back to you.

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