The Biodiversity Group
Serving underserved places and overlooked species is the goal of this conservation organization.
The Biodiversity Group is an association of nature lovers and scientists based in Tucson, Arizona. One of their goals is to “bridge the gap between real science and real people”. The main goal is to serve the species and areas that fall through the cracks of some of the larger conservation organizations that focus on birds and large mammals. The Biodiversity Group seeks to protect these same creatures, plus insects, reptiles, and other living things that are sometimes overlooked by conservationists.
Here are a few screenshots from The Biodiversity Group website — click to view larger:
If you would like to help this organization, you can contribute funding, volunteer work, or even your photography skills or used cameras! Check the site for more information, and check out the Charity Navigator for verification and financial data.
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