Compassionate Conservation

To combat the belief systems that have led to the Sixth Mass Extinction, we promote animal welfare orientated conservation policies.

Compassionate Conservation believes in four guiding principles.

Do no harm.

The individual matters.

All animals should be intrinsically valued.

Peaceful co-existence.

 

In a world where culling, humane slaughter and killing softly are becoming a normal conservation tool, we seek natural solutions that promote life and a natural balance.  

 

From vaccinating badgers to limit the spread of bovine TB to beehive fences that deter elephants from crops and deflecting hunting foxes away from nesting wading birds by growing long grass that supports small mammals.

 

Instead of going straight to extermination, Compassionate Conservation looks to resolve human wildlife issues in a constructive, humane and natural way.