Your donation will help:

•  Create homes for endangered species by building and conserving local habitat
•  Ensure long term research and monitoring of local species at risk 
•  Provide educational opportunities for community members 
•  Empower local residents to become stewards of the land they own or use
•  Build capacity within the community by creating jobs and volunteer opportunities
 
Learn more about Aquatic Species at Risk in the Thames watershed.
 
Watch the video of Scott Gillingwater, Species at Risk Biologist, Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, helping Spiny Softshell Turtles along the Thames River.

Tax receipts will be issued for all donations over $20.00.   Administration fee is only 1.9% per donation

Scott’s Story

Scott has a huge passion for protecting endangered species along the Thames River. His life’s work has revolved around reptiles at risk – he began studying turtles in a pond behind his home when he was only six years old! Today, Scott is one of Canada’s preeminent reptile researchers. When he’s not out on the Thames River protecting local species at risk, he is involved with several national committees for the recovery of species at risk in Canada.