wpsApps

As part of its non-profit mission, WPS has developed free educational apps for mobile device users. The use of this technology is offered without charge to endangered species enthusiasts and those who share a love of nature and a passion for wildlife protection and conservation.

To access the apps featuring mammal and bird species in a number of geographic zones and countries, click on the links below from a mobile device. They can also be viewed from a computer, but please keep in mind that they are best viewed from a device with a smaller screen area. Shrink the size of the browser window on larger screens to emulate the look on a mobile device.

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ENDANGERED

MAMMALS

SOUTH AFRICAN

MAMMALS

INDONESIAN

MAMMALS

ANTARCTIC

BIRDS

ANTARCTIC BIRDS

AND MAMMALS

CAMERA TRAP

BEST PRACTICES

If you have any questions, feedback, or would like to use the apps in your organization, please contact us. We also have a number of apps in development and take requests for apps that cover additional geographic areas.


 

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Let’s stop species extinction once and for all

On behalf of the entire team of dedicated staff here at Wildlife Protection Solutions, and the innumerable wildlife species that we have the privilege protect, we hope that you will join us in growing our programs around the world.

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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:

  • Without the support of organizations like Wildlife Protection Solutions, the anti-poaching program won’t be a success.

    Mongena Game Lodge
  • We are privileged to be able to use our technological expertise in the service of wildlife conservation and specifically to the development and support of technological solutions to support wildlife trafficking investigation and prosecution.

    Four Winds Interactive
  • The information we received from the wpsWatch System was invaluable and certainly saved rhino lives. When I left this morning, there were three rhino on the plains in the reserve. They could have been dead if we weren’t able to act expeditiously the past few days.

    Dinokeng Game Reserve