Reconnect.

We’re all part of the natural world, but we’ve never been more disconnected from it. Through storytelling, conservation, and technology, we’re reconnecting people with the wonder of all life on earth, and strengthening the connections that keep us alive.

On the Edge announces 3-year commitment to protect biodiversity in India
On the Edge releases second mobile game, Save the Purple Frog, on the App Store and Google Play
NEW EPISODES of Hi I'm Endangered, dropping weekly @ On the Edge YouTube
On the Edge announces 3-year commitment to protect biodiversity in India
On the Edge releases second mobile game, Save the Purple Frog, on the App Store and Google Play
NEW EPISODES of Hi I'm Endangered, dropping weekly @ On the Edge YouTube
On the Edge announces 3-year commitment to protect biodiversity in India
On the Edge releases second mobile game, Save the Purple Frog, on the App Store and Google Play
NEW EPISODES of Hi I'm Endangered, dropping weekly @ On the Edge YouTube

Who we are

We’re storytellers and scientists, working together to change the narrative for nature.

Media projects

Mini Docs

Western Ghats On the Edge

Southwest India is home to a biodiversity mega-hotspot full of birds, mammals, and amphibians that live nowhere else. Unlike the Amazon or Serengeti, the landscape is also full of towns and people. On the Edge's first miniseries is about coexistence, and whether people can make space for nature.

Western Ghats On the Edge

Southwest India is home to a biodiversity mega-hotspot full of birds, mammals, and amphibians that live nowhere else. Unlike the Amazon or Serengeti, the landscape is also full of towns and people. On the Edge's first miniseries is about coexistence, and whether people can make space for nature.

Mobile Games

Save the Purple Frog

Only one amphibian species is purple, squawks like a chicken, has a snout nose, lives underground, and is highly endangered. Play the hit game on iOS and Android, and help Save the Purple Frog in real life.

Animated Series

Hi I’m Endangered

Meet Lexi the aye-aye, Eric the pangolin, and Tegan the kakapo. They’re roomies in London, vlogging about life in the Big City — and while they’re at it, helping kids understand real-life biodiversity issues.

Conservation projects

We fund projects that protect some of the world's lesser known endangered species, and preserve the richness of the natural world.

IUCN Species Survival Commission

Supporting evolutionarily distinct species and lineages

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Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Securing the future of the numbat

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Zoological Society of London, EDGE of Existence program

Supporting EDGE species through the EDGE of Existence program

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IUCN SSC Phylogenetic Diversity Task Force

Leadership in factoring phylogenetic diversity into conservation strategies

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New Zealand Dept of Conservation and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

Kākāpō recovery in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Angel Shark Project: Wales

Monitoring and protecting angelsharks in the seas near Wales

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Nature Conservation Foundation

Research and ecosystem restoration in the Western Ghats region of India

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GERP (Groupe d’étude et de recherche sur les primates de Madagascar)

Saving the aye-aye from extinction in Madagascar

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Our EDGE

Biodiversity has far more faces than a panda’s or tiger’s. We're committed to the 1000s of Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species that are overlooked and underloved. Join us!