THE NATURE DISCOVERY CENTER OF CAMBODIA
CAMBODIA'S PREMIERE WILDLIFE AND NATURE LEARNING FACILITY
The Nature Discovery Center is a place where visitors of all ages and backgrounds can come to learn about wildlife and conservation in a fun and interactive learning environment. Visit the center today, or donate to our crowdfunding campaign to help build new exhibits and installations. You can become a key part of this exciting new project. Checkout our promo video or become a sponsor on Global Giving.
WHAT IS FAUNA IN FOCUS?
Fauna in Focus is a small environmental education and public awareness NGO, based in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our mission is to improve knowledge of and attitudes towards wildlife, raise support for conservation and inspire a love of nature in Cambodia. To do this we work in three main areas:
NATURE DISCOVERY - ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - WILDLIFE MEDIA
We have some exciting new projects in the works. Explore our website and discover the many different things we are doing to help save wildlife and nature in Cambodia.
SUPPORT OUR WORK IN WILDLIFE MEDIA
BECOME OUR PATREON PARTNER
Fauna in Focus uses visual media as an efficient way to promote wildlife conservation and improve public awareness of nature in Cambodia on a wide scale. Our new Patreon platform allows supporters to help us bring exciting Wildlife Media programs to the people who need it most. From just $2 a month, you can make a big difference as we inspire a nation of nature lovers.
THE SARUS CRANE FILM
A FILM COLLABORATION WITH BIRDLIFE INTERNATIONAL
A Fauna in Focus - BirdLife International short film collaboration. This three-part film short explores the incredible Sarus Crane and conservation efforts to protect them here in Cambodia. Support projects like this on our new Patreon page.
BECOME A WILDLIFE CHAMPION
Learn more about our current sponsorship opportunities and the other ways you can help out. We have a range of sponsor-for-a-day and campaign sponsorship programs. Join us and become a Fauna in Focus Wildlife Champion.
WILDLIFE CLUB PROGRAM
Fauna in Focus has just launched our first environmental education program, the Cambodian Wildlife Club. These interactive lessons offer world class standards in wildlife science training and education for primary schools in Siem Reap.
A CAMBODIAN NATURE FILM
Fauna in Focus produced the first high-quality nature film in Cambodia. It aims to inspire a love of nature and promote pride in the natural heritage of Cambodia. It was release in March 2017, and already has over a million views online.
LEARN MORE ABOUT FIF
Want to learn more about what we do or get involved as a founding supporter? Download our Project Summary, or get in touch for for information on our top secret Master Plan to build a world-class Nature Discovery Center in Siem Reap.
A CAMBODIAN NATURE FILM
Cambodia’s First Native Nature Film!
Join Cambodia’s David Attenborough on an incredible adventure across Cambodia. In 2015, Fauna in Focus began work on our Cambodian Nature Film. After 2 years of film production, we released the film in March of 2017. With support from USAID Cambodia and Winrock International, our film reached over 1 million views in just one month. Today the film has more than 1.5 million views in Cambodia alone. You can watch or share the film online for free. Support projects like this on our new Patreon page.
WILDLIFE CHAMPION SPONSORSHIPS
Your support can make a big difference in Cambodia, and we put every dollar to good use. Make a donation today and become a Wildlife Champion. You can help empower a new generation of passionate nature-lovers and conservation leaders across the country.
VOLUNTEER YOUR SKILLS
Do you have experience in fundraising, graphic design, or conservation? We might have an exciting volunteer or internship opportunity for you.
Want to contribute equipment or share old photos, video footage or lesson plans? Fauna in Focus can put your resources to great use here in Cambodia.
SPONSOR A PROGRAM
Help us bring advanced nature discovery learning programs to hundreds of local schools and NGOs across the country by becoming their Wildlife Club Patron.