The Lonely Dodo... was created by Durrell to highlight the plight of the dodo, to tell people about what it is doing today to stop the extinctions of other animals around the world, and - if you're ready - to help you to join us in our mission!
Who are Durrell?
Short story... we save species from extinction - and have been for 50 years. In that time, we’ve worked with countless species, with many such as the Mauritius kestrel and pink pigeon that simply would not be here today were it not for us, our partners and especially our fantastic supporters.
Durrell... and you!
We think... it’s simply wonderful that you share our passion for stopping animals from going the way of the dodo. Discover more about how, with your help, we’re preventing precisely this, against all the odds.
"The world is as delicate and as complicated as a spider’s web. If you touch one thread you send shudders running through the other threads. We are not just touching the web we are tearing great holes in it"
Author, naturalist and founder,
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is a member of the Association of Jersey Charities, membership number 69.
Patron: HRH The Princess Royal. Founder: Gerald Durrell, OBE, LHD.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - UK is registered in England and Wales. A charitable company limited by guarantee. Registered charity number: 1121989. Registered company number: 6448493. Registered office: c/o Ogier, 41 Lothbury, London, EC2R 7HF