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WildLandscapes International


 

 

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WildLandscapes International


 

 

 

WildLandscapes International works with diverse stakeholders and communities to conserve big wild places for wildlife.

 
 

WildLandscapes International is dedicated to conserving large and connected land and seascapes that are globally significant to wildlife. Our strategy is to empower communities, conservationists, indigenous peoples, ranchers and government agencies to protect habitat for wide-ranging wildlife. To meet the challenges of scale and complexity, WildLandscapes is science-based, collaborative, efficient and entrepreneurial. We bring more than 30 years of land conservation experience and a proven track record of securing public and private capital to protect wildlife, place, and ways of life. 

 

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Our Landscapes


Our Landscapes


WildLandscapes is working with partners to create a large and connected Greater Everglades to recover endangered Florida panthers.

WildLandscapes is working with partners to create a large and connected Greater Everglades to recover endangered Florida panthers.

Everglades

In the World Heritage Site, the Greater Everglades Ecosystem, we are working with ranchers, sportsmen, local communities and conservationists to establish two national conservation areas that will protect Florida ranches, restore endangered species such as the Florida panther, improve the water quality and quantity of the Everglades for the benefit of 8.5 million people, and to develop climate change resiliency.

Muskox require a vast and connected landscape in the Alaskan Arctic.

Muskox require a vast and connected landscape in the Alaskan Arctic.

Alaskan Arctic

In the Alaskan Arctic, we are working with Native people, sportsmen, conservationists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges, to build an Alaska public land and conservation constituency. Our focus is to invest in sustainable Alaskan economies such as ecotourism to bolster the standing of National Wildlife Refuges and empower diverse stakeholders to take action to protect their public lands.

The 3.2-million-acre Sheldon-Hart Landscape is one of the most important areas for pronghorn antelope.

The 3.2-million-acre Sheldon-Hart Landscape is one of the most important areas for pronghorn antelope.

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We are working with ranchers, communities, the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the ranching way of life, invest in local rural economies, and restore wildlife populations of the greater sage-grouse, pygmy rabbit, cut-throat trout, and pronghorn antelope.

 
Jarvis Atoll, protected by the National Wildlife Refuge System, holds the world's most diverse coral reefs.

Jarvis Atoll, protected by the National Wildlife Refuge System, holds the world's most diverse coral reefs.

Pacific Remote Refuges and monuments

We are working to protect, develop climate change resiliency strategies, increase management capacity, and to build a diverse stake holder constituency for the 600 million acres of Pacific Remote National Wildlife Refuges and Monuments. These protected areas conserve some of the most diverse and healthy reefs on planet earth, and support 29 million sea birds, as well as globally important populations of sharks, pelagic fish, and marine mammals.

Northeast India has the highest density of tigers in the world, though sightings of this top predator are elusive due to the park's 10-foot-tall elephant grass. 

Northeast India has the highest density of tigers in the world, though sightings of this top predator are elusive due to the park's 10-foot-tall elephant grass. 

Northeast India

 In Northeast India, we are developing the science and strategy to establish and implement a comprehensive protected area network with wildlife corridors. This biological hotspot has the world’s largest populations of tigers, Asian elephants, and one-horned rhinos, with stunning bird diversity. Conserving this region is key to the watershed of the mighty Brahmaputra River that drains into the mangrove forests of the Sundurbans. We work in partnership with the University of Florida, the Wildlife Conservation Society, Aaranyak, and the Forest Departments of Assam, Nagaland, and Arunachal Pradesh.

 
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Our Team


 

 

 

 

 

Our Team


 

 

 

 

 

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David Houghton

dhoughton@wildlandscapes.org
+1 603 831 0920

Over his career, David has contributed to expanding the National Wildlife Refuge System by 314 million acres. He partnered with diverse stakeholders to conserve the globally important landscapes of the Everglades, Great Basin, Alaska, Hawaii, New England, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, the Russian Far East and Northeast India. He helped to lead the efforts to conserve more than 6 million acres of habitat for the New England cottontail and sage-grouse in the Great Basin and Rocky Mountains, which prevented the need to list them as endangered species. 

David has extensive experience in raising public and private capital, having secured $100 million in private capital and $9.5 billion in public funds. His work led to the protection of $642 million worth of land in the U.S. and across the globe. David is the proud recipient of the Wilburforce Foundation's Conservation Leadership Award for 2017.

 
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Anya Tokar

atokar@wildlandscapes.org

Anya’s has worked to conserve the iconic landscapes of the Everglades, Yellowstone, Alaska and the Pacific reefs and atolls. Her background is in fundraising, international relations, economics and ecology.

Anya has a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in International Relations from Syracuse University. She is originally from Kiev, Ukraine and speaks Russian fluently. 

Previously, Anya worked at the National Wildlife Refuge Association where her responsibilities included landscape conservation projects and fundraising, and at the Eurasia Foundation where she coordinated exchanges between U.S. and Russian wildlife managers.


 

WildLandscapes International contracts the best talent in conservation biology, GIS mapping, and government affairs.

 
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Contact Us


Contact Us


 

Your opinions, energy, and passion are important to us. 

Connect with WildLandscapes by completing the form below, or at info@wildlandscapes.org

 
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Our Offices

 

Florida
2620 66th Street SW
Naples, FL 24105
+1 (603) 831 0920

Washington, D.C.
718 Otis Place NW
Washington, DC 20010

 
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Invest in wild places


Invest in wild places


 

Elephants, grizzly bears, yellowfin tuna, tigers, and sage-grouse all need large conserved landscapes, and they need your help.

Your support enables WildLandscapes to work with diverse partners, including local communities, ranchers, conservation organizations, and the U.S. Department of Interior, to protect wild places for wild things.

Please donate.

 
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