The Wild Nature Institute Conducts Scientific Research on At-Risk Wildlife Species and Their Habitats, Advocates for Their Protection, and Educates the Public About the Need to Preserve Wild Nature.
View a Video About the Beauty of Burned Forests
A New Message For Smokey
Videos About Our African Wildlife Conservation Work
The Maasai Giraffe - Describes our Giraffe Conservation Research Program
Inspiring Giraffe Conservation Through Education
The Forgotten Migration - A story about the Tarangire Wildebeest Migration
The Wild Nature Institute's scientists conduct original field research, analyze existing available data, and synthesize primary scientific literature. Our main projects include Masai giraffe research and conservation, saving the Tarangire wildebeest migration, Spotted Owl habitat protection, and environmental education to teach children and adults the value of preserving wild nature. We disseminate our results in reports and peer-reviewed publications, presentations at scientific and management conferences, articles and editorials in the media, meetings with decision-makers, comments on land-management plans, and other innovative outlets such as the videos on this website.