Giving to the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU)
The Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU – part of the Zoology Department) was founded by David Macdonald in 1986, and is now recognised as a leading university-based institute for wildlife conservation research. Our approach is to combine field research with conservation actions rooted in sound science, and our research is used worldwide to advise environmental management and policy. Currently we have around 60 projects – with about half overseas and half in the UK; these extend from the Scottish Highlands to southern Africa, Patagonia and the forests of Borneo. For further information please go the WildCRU website.
If you would prefer to give by post, you can download the WildCRU donation and gift aid form (172 kb)