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GWS is dedicated to preserving and protecting Ghana’s rich and diverse wildlife and ecosystem. With a commitment to sustainable practices and community engagement, we play a pivotal role in conserving Ghana’s natural heritage for present and future generations.

What We Do

We believe that nature is the life support system of a planet in which all life can thrive. To ensure the survival of all species, including our own, people and nature must coexist in greater harmony, equity, and sustainability.

To realise this vision, we run conservation programs structured around four strategic themes:

Saving Species
Conserving Sites & Habitats
Empowering People & Communities
Ensuring Ecological Sustainability

What we do

Our Projects

 We believe that nature is the life support system of a fully functional planet and to ensure the survival of all life, including our own; people and nature need to live together in greater harmony, more equitably and sustainably. 

Citizen Science Education

Join our Free Monthly Birdwalks​

Since 2012, we have been organizing monthly birdwalks as part of our activities to promote the conservation of birds and promote the knowledge and conservation of birds through citizen science.

Subscribe to the Bongo Newsletter!

Sign up to get the latest news and receive the Bongo Newsletter twice every year all for free.

Take a stand for
Nature and People

Saving nature is our sole responsibility, not a choice or luxury. Join the many people who support our conservation efforts and take a stand for nature too.

Become a Member

Your membership support will help us conserve sites and species, influence environmental policy, and empower people and communities.

Volunteer with Us

Join our team of nature enthusiasts to support actions to promote the protection of the environment and the conservation of wildlife. ⠀

Make a Donation

Your donations are very important to Ghana Wildlife Society, as we invest them in creating a better world for people and nature.