Illegal Poaching

We provide training, equipment and resources to established organizations throughout Africa and Asia to combat illegal poaching.

Wildlife crime is sweeping the planet. The illegal trafficking of wildlife is now one of the world’s largest criminal industries, with repeated links to terrorism networks. The United Nations and Interpol estimate that the illicit trade of global wildlife and natural resources is worth nearly $213 billion, fueling vulnerable species’ extinction.


Properly outfitted and trained anti-poaching teams are safer, more effective, and more efficient.


Our primary mission is to provide the most comprehensive and effective training in protection strategies.


identify and unify anti-poaching organizations and assets worldwide and create a centralized hub of resources.


We partner with organizations and governments to develop and sponsor outreach programs.


We provide organizations that focus on child trafficking with the resources needed to help their mission success.


Identify, infiltrate and disrupt illegal poaching networks online and protect non-profit organizations from infiltration.

Mission: Anti-Poaching

Wildlife crime is sweeping the planet.

High target species such as elephants and rhinos are being hunted to extinction. These animals are the most difficult to protect, as poachers go to the most extreme lengths to kill them. If we can safeguard these animals, then we will preserve entire ecosystems.

Mission: Anti-Poaching

Poaching across Asia is reaching critical levels.

This unrelenting poaching crisis has been underway for well over a decade. It’s stimulated by the greatly expanding demand for animals, plants, and wildlife products, particularly in China, East Asia, and among East Asian nations.

Mission: Anti-Poaching

Poaching is one of the worlds largest criminal industries.

Illegal poaching produces an estimated $213 billion a year in revenue a financing machine for malicious, criminal syndicate, and extremist groups pushing exploited species to the brink of extinction.

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