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Trust for Wildlife, since its inception in 1981 and gaining 501©3 non-profit, tax exempt status as a conservation and education organization in 1983, has focused on getting people, you and me, out in the field to experience nature and to preserve it. The best road to nature preservation is where we value it. Certainly we cannot fully appreciate the beauty of our own animal nature if we are not part of it. Sitting at home watching the Discovery channel is not quite the same as walking in the woods and knowing what you are listening to and looking at.

Trust for Wildlife has focused on education and conservation along with some solid research as we provide real programs that get people involved with wildlife in their own communities, and work to reverse the loss of critical habitat and the wildlife who depend on a healthy environment.


Trust for Wildlife Staff

Planting trees in Quito, Ecuador, as part of a global tree planting program, connected to Rotary International, that will benefit neotropical migrant birds as well as offset negative impacts of climate change.

 

 

 

Marshal T. Case

President Emeritus/Advisor
The American Chestnut Foundation (TACF)

President
Trust for Wildlife

408 Ehrich Road
Shaftsbury, VT 05262
marshaltcase@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

~A PROUD MEMBER OF THE EXPLORERS CLUB~

 



Credits

Bird Illustrations by Victor Bakhtin
Victor is an award-winning Siberian-born wildlife artist of international acclaim. He has painted endangered wildlife for the Russian Red Data books and numerous other clients. He presently resides in Wisconsin where he is in high demand as a freelance artist.