Partnerships to
Protect the Wild
Our mission is to help protect endangered species from extinction through their physical protection, the conservation of their habitats & by helping local communities benefit from their presence. Learn More
Wildlife & Wild Spaces
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Slide Illustrations, Cartoons, Photographs & Celebrity Auction now LIVE Click Here All original artworks
All donated by the artists
Visit our online art gallery and buy some wonderful wildlife art at affordable prices, donated to us by artists from over 30 countries. Find Out More
Our 2020 Projects Learn more about the Conservation Projects we are supporting in 2020 in Vietnam, Zambia and Central Africa Learn More

Explorers Against Extinction is a wildlife conservation campaign organised by registered UK charity the Real World Conservation Trust (UK charity No 1177505).

The primary aims of the campaign are to raise awareness about the threats facing the world’s most iconic species and their habitats while also raising significant funds for nominated projects pivotal in the battle to protect them.

Our Campaigns

Wildlife Art Exhibition & Online Charity Auction

Wildlife Photography Exhibition & Online Auction

Support tree-planting and re-wilding schemes while also helping to establish/maintain vital habitats

Our Art Competition supporting Conservation

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Educating the next generation of young Conservationists about species extinction & habitat loss

Our Photography Competition supporting Conservation

Sketch For Survival Auction 2020

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Earth is moving towards its Sixth Mass Extinction – when over 75% of lifeforms become extinct. This will be the first mass extinction caused by human activity, and not natural events.

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The reduction in the number of wild Orangutans in the last 60 years.
The number of species currently known to be threatened with extinction.
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The decline in African elephants since 1930.