Felidae Conservation Fund (FCF)

Building 1062, Fort Cronkhite
CA 94965 Sausalito
Vereinigte Staaten

Ansprechpartner: Zara McDonald, Ally C. Nauer

+1 415.272.7351; +1 415.229.9335
+1 415.366.1756


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Über uns

Felidae Conservation Fund (FCF) is a California-based non-profit organization dedicated to preserving wild cats and their habitats. The organization supports and promotes international wild cat research and conservation by collaborating on field research projects, partnering with other environmental organizations, and developing community outreach and education programs Felidae Conservation Fund was founded in 2006 by entrepreneur and conservationist Zara McDonald.

Felidae supports and collaborates in scientific research projects in nine countries, promotes community-level education and outreach programs, and fosters international cooperation among scientists, conservationists, governments, and environmental NGOs.

Our mission is ambitious: to advance the conservation of the world´s 37 felidae species and their habitats through a combination of pioneering research, compelling education and state-of-the-art technology.

Its model is to collaborate on research studies that examine human impact on wild cats and their habitats, then disseminate the results in outreach and education programs designed to convince people of the importance of preserving the natural environment. Felidae collaborates with scientists, educators, communities and lawmakers with the goal of protecting ecosystems, staving off further extinctions, and promoting healthy ways for humans to coexist with wild cats and their habitats.

Felidae currently collaborates on research projects in field locations around the globe, including the United States, Malaysia, Mongolia, Chile, Peru, Iran, Namibia and Pakistan.

Felidae provides strategic guidance, funding, field support, supplies and equipment to its project partners to help them achieve their research goals.

• Research and Conservation Projects
• Education Projects: Information and facts on all felid species; Online Initiatives
• Events and Lectures

Ally Nauer is the Development Manager of the Felidae Conservation Fund.

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.