'Conservation is Just a Conversation Unless We Take Some Action'
While people know many species are vulnerable or facing extinction, they are often unaware of the challenges those animals face or how to help. An important part of our work is to help children, young people and adults understand the threats to wildlife and show how they can take some action.
By purchasing a t-shirt you will be taking some action by making a donation to wildlife conservation, showing people how much you care about nature, beginning conversations about conservation and helping to spread the word of how important conservation efforts are.
Our range of 100% cotton, unisex t-shirts currently feature, the following range of animals:
and are available in size S to 4XL.
Free Certificate of Recognition with Every Purchase:
When purchasing a t-shirt, you’ll receive a certificate which will also let you know how donated funds are currently aiding conservation. This could be anything from assisting a field study to vital tracking equipment..!
Automatic Enrollment in the Conservation Club:
By purchasing a t-shirt you'll join the AWT Conservation Club.
The aim of the Conservation Club is to raise funds for the conservation of vulnerable African wildlife species through the sale of kit and clothing.
You will not be asked to pay a monthly subscription but please do if you can..!
Go One Step Further:
Come out to Africa and get involved with one of our conservation field study projects: They are open to all...
Nile Crocodile Field Study
Cape Giraffe Field Study
Projects You'll Be Helping:
AWT Giraffe Conservation
AWT's core work is the planning and delivery of wildlife conservation fieldwork, providing funding for conservation related kit and projects as well as delivering expeditions and diverse ventures for multiple groups of young people and adults.
Wild Tomorrow Fund
The Wild Tomorrow Fund is dedicated to the protection of threatened and endangered species and the habitats they depend on for survival. They want to ensure that the world that comes after us is a world in which a wild tomorrow is possible.
AWT's Giraffe Conservation Updates:
Technology has enabled many conveniences that help us in our daily lives. One of these innovations that has many applications is drone technology. But do you know that drones could also be used to support wildlife conservation efforts? What is a Drone? A drone is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle or UAV. It is also referred…
The giraffe is one of the most breathtaking animals to ever walk planet Earth. Its graceful long neck, slender legs and distinctive spotted coat lend it a majestic presence. Being one of the more familiar large mammals, it is then quite surprising to hear that the giraffe population is now threatened. So, are giraffes considered…
The South African Giraffe Monitoring and Research Expedition 2018 was the first SES Endorsed Expedition. Read Angus’s talk about the project at February’s SES@GauchoCity for SES Members. Zingela’s Giraffe The Methodology and Importance of Identifying Individuals in Conservation Zingela is a 500,000 HA reserve located in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. It is debated as to the…
Ideal for Bioscience, Conservation and Photography students, giving you vital skills collecting data in the field, increasing your knowledge base, choices and employability. Dates: 18.07.2019 – 31.07.2019 Location: South Africa Synopsis: This scientific field project focuses on gathering information on the movement patterns, habitat use and foraging behaviour of the Giraffe in the remote area…
The loss of 30% of the world’s Giraffe population in the last 30 years has resulted in the species being classified as ‘vulnerable’ on the ICUN Red List. During the next six months, Angus Wingfield (Expedition Leader and Africa Wild Trails founder) will be touring the UK delivering free talks to students on Giraffe conservation…
Giraffes are vulnerable species due to hunting, poaching and habitat loss.Become involved and help the ‘Giraffe’ conservation… Download our PDF and find out more about our Giraffe Research Project – August 2018 For further information and the booking request form please email email@example.com
INTRODUCTION The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has assessed Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) as Vulnerable following a population decline of 36-40% over the last three decades. The factors causing this decline (levels of exploitation and decline in area of occupancy and habitat quality) have not ceased and may not be reversible throughout the…
UPDATE: The August Giraffe research project is now full. The SES (Scientific Exploration Society) are keen to run one this June (1st-12th) – more information to follow. We currently have 10 confirmed on each of the following research projects: Nile Crocodile Research Project South African Giraffe Research Project We have a total 15 places available on each…
The plight of the Giraffe is a little-known issue in the wider world yet Giraffe conservation has never been more important than is is today. All 8 subspecies face threats from habitat loss and poaching; the Nubian Giraffe, Masai Giraffe, Rothchild’s Giraffe, South African Giraffe, West African Giraffe, Kordofan Giraffe, Angolan Giraffe and the Rhodesian…
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In the age of #YOLO and #FOMO, travel has become one of the most sought after experiences by so many people. But while the rich and famous can jet set in private planes and house themselves in luxury hotels, many of us mere mortals need to save up for an economy plane ticket. If…
When you think about deadly, dangerous snakes, the first thing that might come to your mind is their venom. However, many people are unaware that there are non-venomous snakes that are equally dangerous. One example is the African Rock Python (Python sebae), notorious for its nasty temperament. The African rock python is the…