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Wildlife Conservation Partners

Current wildlife conservation partners receiving 10% of Wendy Barnes Design proceeds:

1. Lemur (ring tailed), Radiated Tortoise, Aye Aye - Conservation Fusion


Mission: Engaging young generations and communities in education about uniquely diverse ecosystems and endangered biodiversity to instill awareness, understanding and compassion leading to responsible action for a sustainable future. Conservation Fusion empowers kids to be change, both locally and globally.

2.  Horseshoe Crab - Marine Discovery Center


Mission: To protect and restore Florida’s coastal and Indian River Lagoon ecosystems through education, research and community stewardship.

3. Tapir, Oncilla - Costa Rica Wildlife Foundation


Mission:  To ensure the prevalence of wildlife and its habitat through interdisciplinary and stable conservation initiatives that promote coexistence with communities and improve decision-making


4.  Rhino - International Rhino Foundation


The International Rhino Foundation is dedicated to the survival of the world’s rhino species through conservation and research. At the heart of IRF’s vision is the belief that these magnificent species should endure for future generations, and that protecting rhinos ensures that many other species that share their habitat also survive, including people.

5.  Tiger Shark, Great Blue Heron, Red-Cockaded Woodpecker, Largemouth Bass - One Hundred Miles


The mission of One Hundred Miles is to preserve, protect, and enhance Georgia’s 100-mile coast.

6.  Sea Turtle, Sargassum Seaweed - UCF Marine Turtle Research Group

The UCF Marine Turtle Research Group (MTRG) research program focuses on sea turtle biology, ecology, behavior, and conservation across all sea turtle life stages—from eggs to adults.

7.  Hatchling Sea Turtle - Inwater Research Group

Inwater Research Group Inc. was formed in 2001 by a small group of biologists to fill the need for basic population studies of wildlife in coastal habitats throughout Florida. This organization is committed to coastal conservation through research on key coastal species and their habitats.

8. Leatherback Sea Turtle, Seahorse, Sea Star - Sea Turtle Conservancy


It is the mission of Sea Turtle Conservancy to ensure the survival of sea turtles within the Caribbean, Atlantic and Pacific through research, education, training, advocacy and protection of the natural habitats upon which they depend.

9. Snow Leopard - Snow Leopard Trust

The Snow Leopard Trust aims to better understand the endangered snow leopard, and to protect the cat in partnership with the communities that share its habitat.

10. Chimpanzee, Drill (primate) - P.A.S.A (Pan African Sanctuary Alliance)

The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. With 23 member organizations in 13 countries, they secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat. The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.

11. Macaw - Macaw Recovery Network

Here is more information from the MRN website:  'Many parrot species are on the brink of extinction and it is a pivotal time to band together. The Network brings together organizations that are interested in the development and sharing of practical knowledge. This collective of wildlife professionals encourages increased capacity through research, training and open communication among conservationists.'

12. Roseate Spoonbill, Swallow-tailed Kite, Pine Cone, Sea Oats - Coastal Wildscapes

Mission: To connect residents to the habitats of coastal Georgia and empower them to be stewards of their natural environment.

13. Gorilla - GRACE- Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education Center- Gracegorillas.org

Mission: To provide excellent care for rescued Grauer’s gorillas and work alongside Congolese communities to promote the conservation of wild gorillas and their habitat.

14. Giraffe Collection - Giraffe Conservation Foundation

The Giraffe Conservation Foundation (GCF) is the only NGO in the world that concentrates solely on the conservation and management of giraffe in the wild throughout Africa.

15. Red Ruffed Lemur, Indri - Lemur Conservation Foundation


The Lemur Conservation Foundation is dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the primates of Madagascar through managed breeding, scientific research, education, and art.

16. Otter, Humpback Whale, Argonaut, Right Whale, Spotted Eagle Ray - Blue World Research Institute

17. Live Oak Tree, Oyster - St. Simons Land Trust


Mission: Preserving our island's natural and scenic character and enhancing the quality of life in our community for present and future generations.

18. Piping Plover, Inca Tern, Black-necked Stilt, Tufted Puffin- Shorebird TAG: 

The Charadriiformes Taxon Advisory Group, also called the Shorebird TAG, develops action plans, leads scientific investigations, and champions conservation initiatives needed to best serve ex situ and in situ populations. Managed programs in the Chardiiformes TAG include three families: Alcidae, puffins, murres, and guillemots; Lariidae, gulls and terns; and Charadiidae, plovers, lapwings, stilts, oystercatchers, avocets, and thick-knees.

19. Cassowary, Ostrich, Kiwi, Emu - Ratite TAG

The vision of the Struthioniformes Taxon Advisory Group is to engender appreciation of ratites and tinamous by raising awareness of conservation threats and helping zoo visitors and the zoo community better understand actions they can take to help conserve these species in the wild.

20. Sawfish - Sawfish Conservation Society

21. Flamingo, Palm Tree - Coastal Connections


Close to home, Coastal Connections, Inc. is making waves in Indian River County, FL and beyond! Wendy Barnes Design proudly supports their mission by donating 10% for the flamingo 2020 pattern.

Through education, awareness and powerful connections, Coastal Connections is an organization we salute!

22. Bee, Gopher Tortoise, Halloween - Hundred Acre Hollows

Support one of our local Brevard County non-profits pulling out all the stops for our native wildlife residents! The American Bumble Bee pattern pollinates their efforts via 10% of every sale!

From their website: 'Our vision is to use this land to discover, study, and teach about Florida’s plants and animals to help sustain and enrich lives.'

23. Manatee - Save the Manatee Club

Mission: To protect manatees and their aquatic habitat for future generations.

24. Ring-billed Gull - Recycle Brevard and their plastic six-pack ring education initiative.

25. Sand Dollar, Saw Palmetto - Wild Cumberland, GA

26. Orangutan - Save Wild Orangutans

27. Coati - World Coati Day

28. Black and White Colobus Monkey - Kasiisi Project

Founded in 1997, The Kasiisi Project is a nonprofit organization with the mission to help conserve Kibale National Park in Uganda by supporting communities dedicated to protecting the park and its wildlife. 


Wildlife conservation causes are the backbone of Wendy Barnes Design. With the intention of creating a better world for our animals, the artwork is an expression of the truly amazing work of conservation professionals worldwide.

By bringing together vetted and respected causes in a portfolio representing social and environmental good, we are able to demonstrate the breadth of impact capable through art and design.


Partnership, donation and fellow entrepreneurs looking for guidance (happy to help you on your path of giving through your own brand!) inquiries: service@wendybarnesdesign.com

Thank you to everyone helping the animals of our world!