• Ghana Wildlife Society, P. O. Box 13252, Accra.
  • Contact Us: (+233) 0302 665197
                         (+233) 0508 250500
  • Mon-Fri: 8.00 - 17.00 GMT

GWS was first formed in the early 1970s but functioned for few years and became dormant. Not until 1991, when it was revived by the 'Save the Seashore Birds Project - Ghana (SSBP-G), a project that aimed at protecting the sea, shore birds and their coastal wetland habitats in Ghana. When the SSBP-G ended in June 1994, the Society took over and continued the conservation activities initiated by the project.

In August, 1970

GWS was launched but functioned for a few years and became defunct.

In 1991
GWS was revived by Save the Seashore Birds Project - Ghana (SSBP-G), a project that aimed at protecting the sea, shore birds and their coastal wetland habitats in Ghana.
June, 1994

Ghana WildLIfe Society

Our work is firmly rooted in partnerships, and relies on science that inspires positive conservation actions in collaboration with communities, civil society groups, businesses, universities and the government.

Contact

Ghana Wildlife Society.
P.O. Box 13252,
Accra-Ghana.

(+233) 0302 665197

(+233) 0508 250500

info@ghanawildlifesociety.org

08:00-17:00 GMT, excludes
weekends and public holidays