Conservation without Borders

Connecting Science, People & Planet

Whoever you are, we hope you are here for an adventure into nature...

Our projects involve global journeys, told through the eyes of some of the most threatened animals on the planet - our migrating species - who live in a wonderful world without borders.

Our expeditions into the world of conservation, bring scientists, industry, and communities together to discover why our species are declining, or struggling to make a comeback, and how we can all help.

We share everything online for anyone to join in, and we support the people that are making a difference on the ground - using local efforts for global impact.

We bridge the gaps between science and people. Scientists can't save species on their own, but if we inspire enough people to join us and help, then we all can.

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“If you take care of birds, you take care of most of the environmental problems in the world.”

Thomas Lovejoy, eminent biologist and inventor of the term ‘biodiversity’:

Why migratory species?

Migratory species rely on both habitats and the protection of people, in many different countries.

As a result they are some of the most vulnerable to human impacts, and the most threatened species on the planet.

They also have some of the most amazing journeys to share.

What our patrons are saying

Dame Judi Dench

“I couldn’t be more enthusiastic about this – I think it is admirable & what a fantastic example at this time, when we are all so concerned about climate change, that Sacha is yet again drawing attention to its consequence.”

Dame Judi Dench
Patron, Ann Daniels, polar explorer

“Truly admirable in both its conception and its ambitions. There will no doubt be gruelling moments for Sacha! However, she’s dedicated to the cause and fully committed and I have every confidence that the project will be a great success – both in generating a lot of public attention but also helping the communities along the flyway to protect these beautiful and iconic birds”

Patron, Ann Daniels, polar explorer
Sir David Attenborough

“This expedition is marvellously imaginative and adventurous. Peter Scott did similar in his day and inspired the world.”

Sir David Attenborough

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