In partnership with government, industry and the global community, Falklands Conservation will engage and empower the people of the Falkland Islands to take action with us to conserve biodiversity and manage landscapes and seascapes for the benefit of nature and people.
Partnering with the local and international community to conserve the Falkland Islands’ natural environment.
We are the largest membership based conservation charity in the Islands, since 1979. We work on behalf of our members and in partnership with the local and international community to conserve the Falklands natural environment through community outreach, practical conservation research and delivery.
Understand and represent the Falklands community in Falklands Conservation’s programmes, including the junior membership, the Watch Group.
Effective conservation of habitats and species.
Influence decisions within society for the benefit of the natural environment.
Strengthening bio-security and invasive species policies and procedures, ensuring best practice for offshore and onshore developments, terrestrial habitat restoration and enhancing marine management.
The project aims to improve knowledge of sei whales in the Falkland Islands, increase awareness and provide information on the potential for interaction between whales and human activities.
Fundraising for our new building campaign. Our vision is to construct a purpose built facility comprising of; a large environmental education hall, housing for the Falklands National Herbarium, and complimentary offices. If you would like to donate, please go to our donations page.