Saving endangered species requires professionals with a broad appreciation and understanding of relevant scientific theory, technical knowledge and hands-on practical training and experience. We’re in the trenches every day, helping species both in Canada and abroad through hands-on interventions that are guided by scientific research and field data.
A special priority of Wildlife Preservation Canada is training young scientists to build conservation capacity and create a network of skilled professionals who will drive conservation efforts in Canada and around the world for decades to come. Through our Canada’s New Noahs training program, and the Canadian Collection – a granting program for dedicated Canadian conservation graduate students undertaking applied research with endangered species – we equip conservation scientists with the tools they need. Participants of these programs have gone on to be leaders in the field of conservation.