Wildlife Community Partnerships
Oceans 2 Earth Foundation conducts research into the impacts of human wildlife conflict. These studies currently centre on the mitigation of conflicts between elephants and wildlife communities as well as the prevalence of wildlife in tourism and as entertainment props.
If you have an interest in field studies or research and would like to become involved in a support capacity or as a field study operative, please contact Oceans 2 Earth Foundation via the Contact Us Form on this website.
Wildlife Shelter, Country Victoria, Australia
Oceans2Earth Foundation are working collaboratively with this wildlife rehabilitation andRead more..
Spider Monkey Sanctuary, Mexico
This wildlife sanctuary is a refuge for the endangered Spider Monkey which provides food, shelter, access to medical care and a lot of love to rescuedRead more..
Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary, Kenya
This farming community clashes daily with the wild elephants in the Sanctuary, often fatally. Whilst the farmers wish the elephants to live andRead more..
The Hope Project
Hope was a stray kitten. She was attacked with a machete for taking a man's food. Hope is not the only domestic animal victim of such cruelRead more..
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