Wild Ark

Conservationists Mark and Sophie Hutchinson founded Wild Arc to protect nature and its inhabitants. One of their mission goals is to inspire others to reconnect with nature in order to protect it from destruction and the wildlife form extinction. Therefore, their team to include Ambassadors of the Wild work together not only to generate awareness of the disappearing habitats causing the extinction of animals, but, also protecting these habitats or green belts. The land is not the only habitat endangering the lives of many species, but, also the waters. “We are altering ecosystems, decimating biodiversity and polluting our waters,” stated an environmentalist in the Treehugger Conservation article in June 2017. Learn more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2016/10/20/mick-fanning-the-conservationist-first-look-at-his-expedition-t/


Scientist Jennifer McGowan heads the union with Macquarie University to identify and protect the lands of the 100 “umbrella” species in the remote areas of Australia. Many would consider the destruction of these remote lands abuse of the animal’s environment. Neglect of these animal’s homes causes their species to eventually become extinct.


Abuse of animal’s and their habitat is prevalent in all areas of the world. One of the key ways to resolve the abuse of animal’s and their habitat is educating people not to abuse animals in their wild habitat as well as in their own backyard. Then, people as a society will understand the severity of abuse both in their homes and in the animal’s backyard, their habitat in the wild.


The Wild Ark is proud to announce affiliations with other conservancy programs to save wildlife and the endangered species, such as


Jane Hutchinson

2016 Tasmanian Australian of the Year

Tasmanian Land Conservancy

Website: http://tasland.org.au/



Saving Australia’s Unique Animals

with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Website: http://www.australianwildlife.org/


For more information about the exciting scientific research and other educational programs about Wild Arc, please email us by visiting http://wildark.com/get-in-touch/

To learn more about the various programs and research of Wild Arc, visit http://wildark.com/