People, Organizations, and Agencies that Help Us
Save Island Species

2018 Donors

Aaron and Marina Killick
Aaron Maizlish
Acacia Conservation Fund
Adela Pickles
Alan and Ashley Dabbiere
Alan and Ruth Keitt
Amber Duncan
Anastasia Nikolis
Andrew Luk
Anne and Paul Ehrlich
Anne Scholten
Anonymous Donors
Anthony Brake
Association of Retired Safeway Employees
Atherton Family Foundation
Balbi Brooks
Baldo Marinovic & Kristen Tibbitts
Barbara West
Bell Laboratories
Bernard Abiero
Beth Summers
Bill Waldman
Blink OnDemand Crisis PR
The Bobolink Foundation
Brenda Worden
Brian and Joyce Bender
Brian Bustoz
Bruce Posthumus
Cabin Fund, Santa Fe Community Foundation
Caren Loebel-Fried
Cathy Granholm
Charitable Gift trust of R. James Macaleer
Chris Dunn and Michele McKinley
Chris Moser
Christina Walker
Christine Sodt
Christopher Martin
Cielo E. Figuerola
Clark Mitchel
Claudio Uribe
Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
Conservation International
Global Environment Facility
Corey Raffel
Cristina Mittermeier
Dan Richards
Dan Simberloff
North Carolina State University
Darwin Initiative
Dave Grant
Dave Kwinter
David Chico Martinez
David Finkelstein
David Hartley
David Hartwell
David Weissman
Deborah Dunn
Devrin Weiss
Discretion Brewing
Don Macnaughtan
Ecoventura
Eduardo Paradis
Electra Foundation
Elizabeth Mayernik
Eric Cleveland
Eric Spagnoli
Facebook
Fletcher Bay Foundation
Fondation Ensemble
Fondo Especies Invasoras Galápagos
Foothill Knolls Elementary School
Frans Lanting
French Foundation
Galápagos Conservancy

Galápagos Conservation Trust
Genevieve Dimmitt
Gibson Reynolds
Glen Tepke
Glenn Skankey
Govert van Drimmelen
Graf-Pulvino Charitable Fund
Graham Mannion
Gretchen Grove
Hawaii Community Foundation
Heath Packard
Hilary Swain
Howard Knudsen
Ian Pirie
Instrumentl
International Galápagos Tour Operators Association
Irving Decatur & Cecile Derouin
J. Bailey and Trudi Green Smith
J. Royden Saah
Jack and Rikki Swenson
James Letts
James Westbrook
Janet Eyre
Janning Kennedy
Jaro Guzinski
Jason Weinstein
Jennifer Lape
Jennifer Rycenga
Jeremy Miles
Jerry & Melba Kooyman
Jerry Alexander
Joe Beek
John and Evelyn Readdie
John Dawson
John Gaffin
John Tuxill
Jon Hoekstra and Jennifer Steele
Karen Poiani
Kathryn Tosney
Kayla Mabery
Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund
Kelly & Denis Marriott
Kenyon Kelly
Kevin and Sabrina McDonald Family Fund
Kevin Keedy
Kirk Elwell
Lara Kilpatrick
Laren Pitcairn
Larisa Stephan
Lawrence Fleischman
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Lesley Franz
Leslie Larson and Michael Bennett
Lew, Robert and Tyler Davies
Libra Foundation
The Love Giving Fund
Lydia Garvey
MacKinnon Family Charitable Foundation
Malcolm Roberts
March Conservation Fund
Mark and Leila Sutherland
Mark Batchelor
Mark Shwartz
Marty Krasney
Mary and John Wegmann
Mary Lou Kaufman
Matt Toenies
Mavis Musitelli
McGreevy and Winer Family Fund
Melissa Greene
Michael Muchmore
Michael Puente
Michael Weinberg
Mike Sweeney
The Miranowski Family Charitable Fund
The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund
Moore Family Foundation
Morrison Foerster
Nathan Giggless
National Fish & Wildlife Foundation
National Geographic Society
National Geographic Lindblad Expeditions Fund
Nicholas George
Nick and Emmalie Hall-Skank
Oliver Glenister
Omar Kurdi
Once Upon a Time…
Patagonia.com
Patrick Rabau
The Pelican House
Peter Schuyler
Phil Doughtie
Phillip Erven
Phoenix Kwan
Rachel Wadsworth
Raphael Aiello
Rene Donaldson
Repass-Rodgers Fund for the Environment
Richard Ellison
Richard Griffiths
Richard Levi
Richard Mack
RJM Foundation
Robert Hansen
Roman Bodinek
Ron Lane
Ryan Brooks
Ryan Kelly
Salesforce.com Foundation
Sally Esposito
Sandler Foundation
Schmitz-Fromherz Family Fund
Scott Anderson
Scott Fox
Scott Miller
Scott Morrison
The Seaver Institute
Sharon Wadsworth
Shawn Grunberger
Shawn Zack
Sheila Baldridge
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Silversea Cruises
Stephanie McAuliffe
Stephen Johnson
Steve and Evelyn Knaebel
Steve Thal
Steven Reneau
Storm Cunningham
Susan Scott and Craig Thomas
Sven Weber
Tanya Atwater
Teresa Beck
Teresa Duncan
Theron Steiner
Tides Foundation, on the recommendation of Ms. Julie Parker Benello
Tim Burnett
Tom Chau
Tony Henderson
Travis Stegmeir
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Ventana Surfboards & Supplies
Warren B. King
Wendy Cohen
Wilson Conservation Trust
Wolf Creek Charitable Foundation

2017/2018 Partners

Agencia de Regulación y Control de la Bioseguridad y Cuarentena para Galápagos
American Bird Conservancy
Angaur State Government
Araceli Samaniego
Aspen Helicopters
Auckland Council
Australian Wildlife Conservancy
Bahamas National Trust
Belau National Museum
Bell Laboratories, Inc
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Bird Studies Canada—BirdLife International
BirdLife International
BirdLife Pacific
Bishop Museum
Center for Conservation and Coastal Ecological Restoration: Vida Marina
Charles Darwin Foundation
Coastal Conservation Action Lab at University of California—Santa Cruz
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia
Conservation International—GEF Agency
Conservation Metrics Inc.
Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Secretariat
Corporación Nacional Forestal, Chile
Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF)
Department of Agriculture, Hawai’i
Department of Land and Natural Resources, Hawai’i
Donald Danforth Center
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Durrell Conservation Training Ltd (Mauritius)
Effective Environmental Restoration Inc.
Emerging Ag
Foundation for the National Institutes of Health
Friends of the Environment—Abaco, Bahamas
Galápagos National Park Directorate, Ecuador
Gene Drive Research Sponsors and Supporters Forum
Gerard Rocamura, Island Restoration Society
Global Wildlife Conservation
Greensboro Science Center
Grupo Ecología de Conservación de Islas
Houston Zoo
International Union for Conservation of Nature Iguana Specialist Group (ISG)
International Union for Conservation of Nature Invasive Species Specialist Group (ISSG)
Invasive Species Council, Australia
Joel Miles
John Parkes
Junta Parroquial “Isla Santa María,” Ecuador
Kaho`olawe Island Reserve Commission
Kaua`i Endangered Species Seabird Recovery Project
Kayangel State Government
Koror State Government and Department of Conservation and Law Enforcement
Landcare Research, Inc.
Madagascar Faunal Group
Massey University, New Zealand, Luis Ortiz-Catedral
Micronesia Regional Invasive Species Council
Ministerio de Agricultura, Ganadería, Acuacultura y Pesca, Ecuador
Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, República Dominicana
Ministerio de Medio Ambiente de Chile.
Ministry of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment and Climate Change and Communication of Tonga
Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, Palau
Morgan Foundation
Municipality of Juan Fernandez
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
National Tropical Botanical Garden
NatureServe
New Zealand Dept. of Conservation
New Zealand Dept. of Conservation—Island Eradication Advisory Group
Ni`ihau Ranch and Robinson Family
North Carolina State University
Northern Illinois University, Department of Biology, Holly Jones
Oceana
Oikonos Ecosytem Knowledge
Outreach Network For Gene Drive Research
Pacific Helicopters
Pacific Invasives Initiative
Pacific Invasives Partnership
Pacific Rim Conservation
Palau Animal Welfare Society
Palau Bureau of Agriculture
Palau Conservation Society
Palau National Invasive Species Council
Palau’s Protected Area Network
Palmyra Atoll Research Consortium
Parks Canada Agency
Pete McClelland
Pohutukawa Trust, NZ
Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources
Revive and Restore
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)
Service de l’Environnement, Wallis et Futuna
Servicio Agrícola y Ganadero, Chile
Société d’Ornithologie de Polynésie (MANU)
SOH Conservación
Sonsorol State Government, Palau
South Australia Genome Editing Facility, University of Adelaide
State University New York, Rebecca Rundell
Texas A&M University
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy—California
The Nature Conservancy—Hawai`i
The Nature Conservancy—Bahamas
The Raptor Center, University of Minnesota
TierraMar Consulting
Time and Tide Foundation
Ulithi Falalop Community Action Program
U.S. Department of Agriculture—Animal and Plant Health Inspection Unit (APHIS), Wildlife Services, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, CO
U.S. Department of Agriculture—Animal and Plant Health Inspection Unit (APHIS), Wildlife Services, National Wildlife Research Center, Hilo, HI
U.S. Department of Interior, Nat’l Invasive Species Council
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Caribbean Ecological Service Field Office
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Carlsbad
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Coastal Program
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Ecological Services Region 4—Southeast
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—International Affairs
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Invasive Species Program
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Migratory Birds
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—National Wildlife Refuge System
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Pacific Islands Fish and Wildlife Office
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Pacific Islands Refuges and Monuments Office
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Region 1 Pacific
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)—Region 8 Pacific Southwest
U.S. Geological Survey Western Ecological Research Center
U.S. National Park Service—Channel Islands National Park
United Nations Environmental Programme—World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC)
Universidad Tecnica de Ambato
University of Adeliade
University of Auckland, James Russell
University of California—Santa Barbara, Hillary Young
University of Hawai’i—Manoa
University of Idaho
University of North Carolina
University of Texas Southwest Medical Center
Vahatra
Vava’u Environmental Protection Association
Western Australia Department of Biodiversity, Conservation, and Attractions
WildAid
Wildlands
World Wildlife Fund
Young Marine Explorers—Bahamas

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