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Double your donations on Giving Tuesday December 1 2020

Read some highlights of our work so far this year, plus instructions about how you can double your donation to us. Read more

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The potential to reduce the suffering of animals in the wild using eDNA sampling

eDNA sampling is a noninvasive research technique that can be used to learn more about animals in the wild, such as whether they’re suffering from a particular disease. Read more

Introduction to the legal consideration of wild animals in the United States

The legalities of helping and harming animals in the wild are shaped by many variables, such as the animals’ species, where the animals live, and the nature of the activity. Read more

Introducing our website in Hindi

This new milestone complements the outreach in India that we began earlier this year. Our website is now available in nine languages, including English, Spanish, German, Portuguese, French, Polish, Italian, Chinese, and now Hindi. Read more

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Wild animal suffering video course

This course includes 28 videos that explain the situation of animals in the wild, why and how to help, and how to promote academic work on this fied. Read more

What animals are sentient, and why it matters

Evidence indicates that vertebrates and many invertebrates are sentient. Sentience is the capacity to feel and have experiences such as pain. Read more

Introduction to wild animal suffering ebook

Most animals suffer in the wild and die prematurely, but it’s possible to help them. This book explains the reasons and the different ways to do it. Read more

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