Nordens Arks conservations projects
Nordens Ark in Nepal
The red panda is a small carnivore that lives high in the mountain forests of the eastern Himalayas. Like so many other species in this region, the red panda is critically endangered, with possibly as few as 2,500 individuals remaining in the wild. Nordens Ark is working with the Red Panda Network to preserve the red panda and the Eastern Himalayan Broadleaf and Conifer Forest.Red panda
The European Wildcat in Scotland
Scotland has one of the northernmost populations of European wildats. The species is mainly threatened by hybridization with domestic cats and diseases, and the Scottish population today consists of only about a hundred individuals. Nordens Ark collaborates with Saving Wildcats to ensure a future for the Scottish wildcats.European wildcat
Other conservation projects
In Nordens Ark's global conservation work, in addition to the larger projects, we make smaller contributions such as releasing animals into the wild. Read more about our work with European ground squirrel, bald ibis and Persian leopard here.Other conservation efforts
Nature knows no borders ›
The charismatic Pallas's cat is one of the world's many endangered migratory species. This week, world leaders, scientists and experts met at CMS Cop14, a UN meeting on the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species. Happily, a decision was taken to include the Pallas's cat in the Convention.
Vietnamazing – joining forces to save Vietnam's species ›
Vietnam is a biological hotspot with many unique species currently at risk of disappearing. Poaching and habitat destruction are severe threats. The long Vietnam War had devastating consequences for animal and plant life. Vietnamazing is a two-year long campain to change that.