SAVE EVERYTHING

CONSERVING BIODIVERSITY

by ensuring the persistence of imperiled species and their habitats with an emphasis on private land

The Turner Endangered Species Fund and Biodiversity Divisions are dedicated to conserving biological diversity by ensuring the persistence of imperiled species and their habitats with an emphasis on private land.

We aim to use the best science to effectively conserve biodiversity and establish a new level of effectiveness for private-public efforts to redress the extinction crisis.

Much of the wonder of nature can be saved for future generations if conservation activities are more frequently and successfully applied on private working landscapes like those owned by Ted Turner.

Mike Phillips

Executive Director, Turner Endangered Species Fund

Much of the wonder of nature can be saved for future generations if conservation activities are more frequently and successfully applied on private working landscapes like those owned by Ted Turner.

Mike Phillips, Executive Director

INSPIRING

a new generation of young scientists and policy makers to improve the balance between conservation and commerce

The Future of Funding for Wildlife Conservation

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Mexican wolves released near Chihuahua, Mexico

Mexican wolves released near Chihuahua, Mexico

On November 5, two adult Mexican wolves and four pups were released in suitable habitat near Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Prior to release the wolves had been removed from the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona and placed for a few months at the...

A prescribed burn at our Z Bar Ranch in Kansas

A prescribed burn at our Z Bar Ranch in Kansas

A 2020 prescribed fire treatment on the mixed grass prairie at our Z Bar Ranch in Kansas controls eastern redcedar encroachment and restores prairie health for lesser prairie chickens.

A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun

A Chiricahua leopard frog soaks up some sun

A threatened Chiricahua leopard frog sunning its self on an artificial island in a stock tank. Stock tanks on the Ladder Ranch not only provide water for livestock and wildlife but are great refugia for frogs.