Since 2004 Animex has grown as a unique enterprise from its independent parent company Ecosupport Ltd to specialise in providing the most informed and relevant wildlife mitigation solutions for conservation and construction projects around the world.
With our origins in construction and ecological consultancy, we have developed a range of fencing and mitigation products that are specifically designed for the purpose of protecting threatened and endangered animals from the impacts of global growth. The products we offer have been invented with both animals and contractors in mind to ensure that they fulfil their primary function whilst making installation and maintenance stress-free and simple.
The OTCC is a charity in Ontario, Canada that aims to protect and conserve Ontario's native turtles. They facilitate a turtle hospital which treats, rehabilitates and releases injured turtles. As well, the centre runs extensive conservation research on Ontario turtles and education and outreach programs to teach Ontario residents about native turtle conservation.
We sponsor the OTCC in their conservation efforts in order to reduce road mortality of turtles and improve turtle populations. Currently, seven of the eight turtle species in Ontario are considered at risk and we hope we can work together to increase turtle populations!
The Wildlife Society is an international non-profit scientific and educational association dedicated to excellence in wildlife stewardship through science and education. The organisation's goal is to help wildlife professionals and students have the abilities and resources to contribute to wildlife conservation.
We contribute to The Wildlife Society's goals by sponsoring a student from the San Fransisco Bay Chapter to help them gain experience in the field of wildlife conservation through participating in important events and discussions. Through giving students the resources to help contribute to conservation for the future we hope a new generation of biologists will continue to make big strides toward global wildlife conservation.