A Distinct Identity
Twin Pine Farm & Exotics Conservation Foundation knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives. Back in 2014, our Wild Feline Organization realized that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Twin Pine Farm & Exotics Conservation Foundation.
The mission of Twin Pine Farm is to Advocate Conservation through Education,
Propagation & Research; Protecting the future of species survival, and contributing to genetic studies for biodiversity. A strong focus to wild felids- small lesser-known species and subspecies, through funding various field work and scientific studies worldwide.
We purpose to help wildlife in need, promoting conservation through protection, education and propagation with a focus on smaller, lesser known wild felines found throughout the world.
At Twin Pine Farm & Exotics Conservation Foundation, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Support is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
The Leopard Cats
Mainland Leopard Cat
Up to 16 lb.
The Mainland Leopard Cat is a small, wild cat native to South and Southeast Asia. They are roughly the size of a domestic cat, but are more slender and agile. They have a spotted coat, which is usually grey or yellow in color, and often have stripes on their tails and legs. They are an endangered species due to deforestation and loss of habitat, and are considered vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. They are also hunted for their fur, which is used in traditional clothing.
The Aardwolf is an insectivorous species of hyena, native to East and Southern Africa. Extremely rare to USA and worldwide zoos, hardly any research has been done on this species in the wild. We are working with a zoological Association in America to create a specialized species program for them as we have begun to import them. We are placing them in participating zoos and entities working to create a survival plan; an animal management program. We are working with an exclusive university geneticists, DNA testing each aardwolf that we import in from Africa zoos to ensure the efficiency of this program.
We also are working to put together a team for field research and camera placement for an overall study on this species. We are currently accepting donations help with this project. Help support the Aardwolf Project by clicking the Donate Now button below.
Education & Outreach
Coming in 2024
We offer educational programs to schools, home school groups, and local community groups and events to help spread awareness about wildlife conservation. Our programs are designed to teach people of all ages the importance of preserving and protecting all wildlife.
We also provide resources, activities, and materials to help engage audiences and inspire them to take action to make a difference. Contact us today for more information about our educational programs.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
TPFECF depends on the public's support to continue and pursue our mission and future goals. We are federally listed as a 501c3 charity and our organization is a registered non-profit. Please contribute to our causes, projects, and the every day needs of our animals by becoming a sponsor! Donations are another way to help and give purpose to our Conservation.
Your Support Will Help Us With The Following:
"The Leopard Cat Project"
(Toys, food, supplies)
Building Materials & Supplies
“It’s not whether animals will survive, it’s whether man has the will to save them”.
Anthony Douglas William