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Together, we can fight to erase extinction.

Conservation Nation funds Smithsonian scientists' research to save threatened species in the wild. But, we do much more than that. We're a nation of supporters, including you, that are passionate about wildlife conservation in North America and around the world.

Wildlife conservation isn't easy, but together we can fight to erase extinction.

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Our Impact

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Tracking Asian Elephants to Save Them

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Monitoring Once-Extinct Oryx

With your fundraising support and donations, Conservation Nation has provided more than $60,000 in funding to Smithsonian scientists for projects including tracking Asian elephants in Myanmar and monitoring once-extinct oryx in Chad.

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Our Priorities

Join the Nation today and help support our current conservation priorities: Funding nest boxes for African penguins; providing critical healthcare to the last two rhino species in Africa; tracking vulnerable Andean flamingos in South America; monitoring the declining wild cheetah population of Namibia; and using thermal imaging to monitor joint health in endangered Asian elephants in Thailand.

Funding Safe Nests for African Penguins

Providing Healthcare for Endangered Rhinos

Tracking Andean Flamingos

Stopping the Decline of the Wild Cheetah

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