£12.90 feeds Badongo, our silverback gorilla for one day
£10.50 pays for a week’s antibiotic treatment for a Jamaican boa
£9.40 feeds a baby pygmy hog for 6 weeks in our breeding centre in Assam, NE India
£10.50 produces one training manual for our international students in Endangered Species Management
£39.95 pays for a field assistant to monitor iguana nest sites in St Lucia for 3 days
£100.00 buys a Global Positioning System for field workers in Madagascar
£10 to cover the cost of feeding and keeping a Mallorcan midwife toad healthy in Jersey
£24 to buy native Indian grasses in order to create a natural environment in our exterior pygmy hog enclosures in Assam
£370 to purchase computer equipment enabling our overseas teams to keep in touch with HQ in Jersey
£9,000 to fund a scholarship, enabling a young conservationist working in the wild to attend a course at our International Training Centre
£10 - a UV light bulb for our work with amphibians
£20 to pay for veterinary swabs and specimen tubes for health checking pink pigeons for the next breeding season
£50 - Data loggers or Infra red temperature readers
£75 per week to hire a member of staff to provide round the clock care for echo parakeet chicks rescued from the wild
£150 - a GPS receiver for monitoring the wildlife and habitat in Assam
£300 - a fibre glass canoe for our work in the Western Wetlands of Madagascar
£2,000 - Renovation of our vivariums (reptile tanks)
£6,000 - Solar panel installation and maintenance at our ploughshare tortoise breeding centre in Western Madagascar
£7,000 - The Alison Jolly Madagascar Scholarship will pay for a field biologist from Madagascar to attend the prestigious ‘Endangered Species Recovery’ course offered by Durrell Conservation Academy in Mauritius, which leads to a Post-Graduate Diploma validated by the University of Kent. To read more about Dr Alison Jolly, in whose memory the Scholarship is awarded, click here. To read more about the course in Mauritius, click here.
£15,000 for a four-wheel drive vehicle, for our pygmy hog team to gain access to the remote areas in which they are working
'Durrell' is an international charity dedicated to 'Saving Species From Extinction'. Founded by author and naturalist Gerald Durrell, we've been saving some of the world's most endangered animals for over half a century. Through our Wildlife Park in Jersey, conservation academies in Mauritius and Jersey, and 45 field projects worldwide, our unique approach tackles conservation from all angles.
Durrell animal adoptions feed directly into our vital conservation work, so in supporting your favourite animal, you also know that you are joining us in our mission of saving species from extinction. Thank you!