Falklands Conservation is a non-governmental organisation working to protect the wildlife in the Falkland Islands for future generations. We undertake practical conservation projects, surveys and scientific studies, conduct annual monitoring of seabird populations, rehabilitate oiled penguins, publish guides and information on many aspects of the Falkland Islands environment, and involve Islanders of all ages in our activities. We rely on donations and public support to carry out our work.
We are a small team, with 10 staff based at our head office in Stanley running our main conservation efforts, and 1 staff member based in our UK office. We rely on a number of volunteers and Trustees both in the UK and in the Falklands. They are all vitally important in enabling us to undertake our work.
None of our work would be possible without our members, corporate supporters and penguin adopters, who support our important conservation work with generous donations, ideas, advice, and their belief in the work we undertake.
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