Success stories

• £6,500,000 awarded to research and conservation projects around the world • Over 200 species supported – from anteaters to zebras • Over 60 countries from Argentina to Zimbabwe • Over 2,000 grants

Red squirrels

Red squirrels have made a triumphant return to the Scottish Highlands

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El Rincon frog

Recovering Patagonia’s most critically endangered stream frog

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Protecting vital roosts and safeguarding the future for greater horseshoe bats in Sussex

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    Snow leopards

    An unprecedented study has opened the doors to a new method for counting elusive snow leopards

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    Spider monkeys

    A new National Action Plan in Colombia changes the future of rare black-headed spider monkeys

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  • New insights into rhino horn consumers


    Gaining new insights into rhino horn consumption to reduce demand in Vietnam.

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    Sea turtles

    Working with fishermen to protect sea turtles in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

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    Our highlights

    From reversing the decline of Rothchild's giraffes to returning pine martens to wales, watch some of the highlights of our last 40 years!

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    PTES people

    Meet the people behind PTES. It takes a huge team to bring the wild back to life from incredible volunteers to pioneering grantees

    Meet the PTES people
  • More success stories

    With over 40 years of conservation work around the world we've been able to achieve some incredible conservation successes.

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    Watch more successes

    See the teams live on the ground working across the world to bring species back from the brink in our playlist of Success Stories

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