National Geographic Society is using a science-based approach to support wildlife-compatible landscapes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and in central Montana.
By supporting critical scientific research, fieldwork, and the development and deployment of innovative conservation solutions, we are helping protect and restore some of the last remaining wild landscapes on the planet.
Joel Sartore is on a mission to photograph every species in captivity—inspiring people to see all animals with respect and wonder, and to inspire protection for them all.
In order to tackle plastic pollution we are leading a multi-year initiative to investigate how plastic moves through watersheds and supporting solutions to keep plastics from ever reaching the ocean.
Pristine Seas is an exploration, research, and conservation project that aims to find, survey, and help protect the last healthy, undisturbed places in the ocean.
The Sumatran rhino is on the brink of extinction. But you can help by joining the National Geographic Society and a team of expert conservation organizations to save the species.
Commemorating 100 years of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, nature lovers around the world are joining forces to celebrate the “Year of the Bird” to protecting birds for the next hundred years.