True Wildlife

Supporting conservation efforts of wildlife

and endangered species.

Ways to Help

There are several ways you can join us in our efforts to protect wildlife. 

What We Do

True Wildlife is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and endangered species through specialized conservation efforts, collaborative partnerships, wildlife sanctuaries, education, and research.

specialized wildlife conservation

We work with on-the-ground organizations to support their work in the conservation of wildlife and endangered species.

collaborative networks

Our collaborative networks consist of individuals, groups, and organizations that share our passion, dedication & vision for wildlife conservation.

wildlife sanctuary support

We support sanctuaries that provide quality, lifelong care to non-releasable wildlife. 

education, outreach & research

We offer educational information & resources about wildlife conservation, species, and ways you can help. 


Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary (LiWiSa) rescues, rehabilitates, and releases wildlife that has been illegally kept as pets or destined to bushmeat.

They also provide lifelong care to wildlife that cannot be released back into the wild.

LiWiSa works with a wide variety of wildlife like; pangolins, civets, genets, monkeys, antelope, raptors, sea turtles and crocodiles.

There are currently 127 animals in their care!

How you can help


Start a Fundraiser

Celebrate any special occasion this year by starting a True Wildlife fundraiser. The funds you raise will protect wildlife and endangered species through our conservation projects.


Make a one-time or monthly donation to any of our conservation projects or to our partners to support wildlife conservation efforts. 

Upcoming Events

Marine Debris Cleanup

Newport, Oregon

March 28, 2020 Postponed

True Wildlife, in cooperation with SOLVE, will be hosting an underwater cleanup event under the Newport public pier.