Birds are indicators of the environment. If they are in trouble, we know we'll soon be in trouble.
Roger Tory Peterson
Reverse the losses of forest and wetland habitats that birds, as well as pollinating insects and animals depend on, in order to sustain the health of the planet. We do this through habitat conservation and restoration, education, and advocacy for sustainable practices.
Over the past five decades, our planet has endured increasing pressures and very significant loss of wildlife habitats.
It is the role of Trust for Wildlife to reverse these trends and failings. Our future depends on daily and continuing hard work and our programs do just that.
Trust For Wildlife was formed in 1981 by Marshal Case, at the time Senior Vice President for education for National Audubon Society. Trust For Wildlife has grown to put over $50,000 into conservation projects and partnerships each year.
*BirdLife International scientists
Read about our current conservation projects and those we have teamed up with to make an even bigger environmental impact.