We're All Ears

Helping to fund 3 painted dog projects through TUSK
<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> We're All Ears - Helping to fund 3 painted dog projects through TUSK | Charlotte Williams
I am absolutely delighted to be able to donate to this extraordinary organisation.   I will be donating 40% of the proceeds of the original drawing 'We're All Ears' and 15% of the150 limited edition prints. 'We're All Ears'​ Original: £7500 Drawn using polychromos colour pencils 62 x 85cm unframed 92 x 115cm framed (using museum glass) Offered both framed or unframed Limited Edition Prints of 150 : £250 Giclee prints on Platinum paper 50 x 68 cm Unframed ​ Wild dogs or Painted Wolves are critically endangered due to severe habitat loss and habitat fragmentation, snaring, conflict with humans and conflict with other predators. Tusk has several projects on the go supporting Wild Dogs Tusk | The Ruaha Carnivore Project Tusk | Zambian Carnivore Programme Tusk | Painted Dog Conservation About TUSK: ​"For thirty years, Tusk has supported forward-thinking and successful conservation intervention in Africa. From the plains of the Serengeti to the rainforests of the Congo Basin, we’re working towards a future in which people and wildlife can both thrive across the African continent. Poaching, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict are having a devastating impact on Africa’s wildlife. We believe local people and organisations are best positioned to address these threats, but are often under-resourced and lack the recognition they deserve. By partnering with leading and emerging conservationists across Africa, Tusk secures donor funding to invest in the best grassroots conservation initiatives – helping to increase their profile and maximise their impact.   We work with successful local organisations, encouraging and enabling local African leadership, and supporting and nurturing their conservation programmes to accelerate growth from an innovative idea to a scalable solution.  We believe strategic conservation can empower local communities and improve livelihoods. We support and promote effective environmental education designed to provide a more sustainable future for the next generation.   It’s an approach that works. Through our partnerships, we continue to witness very significant progress, providing greater protection for over 70 million hectares of land and more than 40 different threatened species, while benefitting more than 7,500,000 people. At Tusk we build long lasting relationships with our donors and seek to invest in long-term solutions because sustainable conservation needs sustained funding.  With your generous support, Tusk can, and will, continue to have a positive impact in Africa." ​ ​ ​
Saturday, 20 March, 2021

Protecting Africa Wild Dogs through supporting communities, environmental education, habitat protection and human-wildlife co-existence initiatives.