"IN THE END WE WILL CONSERVE ONLY WHAT WE LOVE. WE WILL LOVE ONLY WHAT WE UNDERSTAND. WE WILL UNDERSTAND ONLY WHAT WE ARE TAUGHT."
- Baba Dioum

The primary goals of the G.W Exotic Animal Foundation are:

  • To provide information relating to the tiger's uncertain future in across the world.
  • To seek support from all people who wish to help conserve this cultural icon and charismatic symbol of ecological welfare.
  • To help educate and advise the public the means by which such rare animals can be protected for the benefit of present and future generations.
  • To bring advanced conservation ideas and models from abroad and to seek the support of the international community in developing partnerships with dedicated organizations across the globe.
  • To find methods to resolve potential human-tiger conflicts by pursuing amicable accommodations.
  • To deliver focused and accountable financial support for valuable conservation and education work.
  • To promote networking between all interested parties; public, educational, commercial, scientific and governmental; both within and across national boundaries.
  • To work together with existing and future organizsations to maximize the benefits that can be gained through combined efforts.

Through our work, our refuge, and educational programs, donations can be raised to help fund wildlife preserves in some of the following ways:

Rainforest located in Central Indonesian Borneo as part ofan ongoing forestry restoration programs. We also support projects to hire patrols to protect national park sites against the effects of illegal logging and gold mining. These projects maintain 12 police officers in guard posts and on five chartered boats, along with food, salaries, boat drivers, fuel, equipment, administration, and supplies.

The illegal loggers and miners now plundering the planet's rain forests are simply being driven by old-fashioned greed and that is why we will ultimately decide the orangutans' fate - and why we will ultimately hold the key to their future on this planet.

Our funding has helped T.I.G.E.R.S. transport seven tigers from the Myrtle Beach , South Carolina preserve to the Samutprakarn Wildlife Preserve, south of Bangkok . This unique group included the four remaining color variations of the tiger making it the first of its kind in Asia .

These magnificent animal ambassadors are working to create public awareness of the plight of the several thousand remaining wild tigers in Southeast Asia. A healthy and thriving litter of cubs just heralded the first success of this groundbreaking program.

With our support and donations, The Rare Species Fund supports the Khao Yai project by providing in country teams with the means to purchase equipment and anti-poaching techniques. The project focuses on training and capacity-building efforts with The Carnivore Conservation Project in Northern Thailand to secure the population of wild tigers in the Khao Yai National Park .

With money raised, it also helps our staff travel into the field to help assist with tracking and monitoring black-footed cats, the rarest and smallest feline in Africa . In addition, the RSF has provided important research equipment including camera traps and a specially designed research trailer to the Black-footed Cat Working Group.

The Rare Species Fund provides funding and equipment to the Cat Conservation Trust. This facility is one of the few successful black-footed cat-breeding centers, providing a stable captive population and specimens for wild reintroduction. Significant measures are employed to educate the local public about the role of these predators and the importance of conserving bio-diversity.

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