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SAVE EVERYTHING

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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A coyote carries dinner.

A coyote carries dinner.

Resourceful coyote carries its catfish catch home. The catfish was likely caught in Elephant Butte reservoir located approximately three miles from where the picture was taken. Photo taken by Turner Biological Team, Dan Martin and Hunter Prude.

Mountain lion ambushes deer at a rain catchment.

Mountain lion ambushes deer at a rain catchment.

In the Fra Cristobal Mountains on the Armendaris Ranch, New Mexico a Mountain a lion is seen on camera ambushing a deer at a rain catchment. Although water sources tend to aggregate many wildlife species during hot and dry season in the Chihuahuan Desert, mountain...

Mike Phillips on MAHB dialogue series

Mike Phillips on MAHB dialogue series

Geoffrey Holland interviews Mike Phillips for the Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB) dialogue series. https://mahb.stanford.edu/blog/mahb-dialogue-with-mike-phillips-executive-director-of-the-turner-endangered-species-fund/