Reflecting on the Biodiversity Wins of 2023

Reflecting on the Biodiversity Wins of 2023

If we were to sum up 2023 in a single word, it would be growth. Despite being a small (and passionate!) team, we were able to make a substantial impact on biodiversity conservation worldwide, with projects stretching from Latin America to Madagascar, all thanks to your support.


Our commitment to safeguarding biodiversity drives every action we take. The recent soaring inflation rates have significantly affected donations to wildlife, creating a financial hurdle that jeopardizes our efforts to protect and preserve our planet’s diverse ecosystems. With your continued support, we can navigate these turbulent times and ensure a sustainable future for our planet. Your donation, no matter the size, will make a tangible difference in our fight to save the world’s most threatened biodiversity.

12 million

We protect over 12 million acres of natural habitat in Madagascar and Latin America


We support 26 Conservation Partners in the Global South (+ will be expanding in 2024!)


Our board members cover our administrative costs, so 100% of your donation goes to conservation

December 31st is the last day to have your donation doubled by our board members!


Working with 26 Partners, this year’s stories of success are too many to list in a single article, so we’ll start by highlighting a few.

Fikambanana Bongolava Maitso protected the 234-square-mile Bongolava Forest Corridor 

Despite facing intense challenges after Bongolava Forest Corridor was abandoned by its previous sponsor, FBM rose to the occasion and protected this habitat that is so crucial for lemur survival.

(additional Partnered leaders in lemur conservation include Mitsinjo Association and GERP!)

Madagasikara Voakajy is saving the Golden mantella frog from extinction

In 2015, they were successful in making much of the frog’s habitat a legally Protected Area. With continued protection, the Golden mantella frog has begun to recover and is now listed as Endangered (rather than Critically Endangered).

ASITY Madagascar planted 15,649 trees in just 3 months for their reforestation campaign

Plus, they have already cultivated 18,500 more seedling trees to start out 2024 strong.

Fanamby Association brought Menabe Antimena deforestation to its lowest ever

Through intensive community-based conservation, this chronically exploited biodiversity hotspot saw a five-fold decrease in deforestation in 2023, against all odds (read more…).

Your dedication to nature this year made a real impact for biodiversity worldwide. Stay tuned to our email newsletter for our 2023 Impact Report, coming soon!

Thank you for your unwavering support. We sincerely cherish your commitment to wildlife and wish you a fantastic New Year ahead.