Mission & History

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Mission & History

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We partner with nonprofits to foster curiosity for wildlife and excitement for their conservation, one animal tracking experience at a time.

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Our mission began in 2018, and we have since donated over $3 million to protect our planet’s most at-risk animals and their habitats.

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Every product tracks real animals on an interactive map. The more we educate and inspire others about conservation, the bigger our impact.

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NEWEST ADDITION! Conservationists at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium utilize research, environmental education, rescue, rehabilitation, and release efforts to help conserve manatees and their habitats. In 2023, the aquarium even broke ground on a new manatee rehabilitation center designed to provide specialized restorative care.

The Drift Bracelet furthers this mission with every purchase, tracking threatened manatees as they drift through Florida’s coastal waters.

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This conservation pair studies young elephant seals during their first few trips to sea, and adult females on their long routine migrations. They aim to maintain seal populations while gathering data on their biology, ecology, and at-sea behavior to inform conservation strategies for marine megafauna worldwide.

The Glide Bracelet furthers this mission with every purchase, tracking northern elephant seals at Año Nuevo Reserve in California.

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The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund focuses on gorilla protection and research, educating future conservationists, and aiding communities who share their home with mountain gorillas. With a long history of successful conservation work, their integrated approach includes close collaboration with local governments, communities, and global partners.

The Traverse Bracelet helps further this mission with every purchase, tracking endangered mountain gorillas high in the forests of Rwanda.

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Engineers of the world’s most successful sea turtle conservation and recovery programs, the Sea Turtle Conservancy has been protecting these ancient creatures for over 60 years. Ongoing research, education, and advocacy for sea turtles helps ensure their survival and that of our planet’s marine and coastal ecosystems.

The Journey Bracelet helps further this mission with every purchase, tracking vulnerable loggerhead, leatherback, hawksbill, and green sea turtles through the ocean.

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Marine scientists at Saving The Blue study a variety of threatened marine organisms, including sharks, to continue refining their management and protection strategies. Active research combined with community outreach programs in marine conservation gives all of us to opportunity to help recover and restore ocean life.

The Voyage Bracelet helps further this mission with every purchase, tracking hammerhead and silky sharks through the ocean.

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The Global Penguin Society (GPS) is the first and only international organization dedicated to protecting all 18 penguin species. Through scientific research, education, and community management, GPS continues to support penguin conservation and protect the coasts and oceans they inhabit.

The Passage Bracelet helps further this mission with every purchase, tracking Magellanic penguins in South America.

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Ewaso Lions protects and advocates for these big cats by developing strategies to reduce human-carnivore conflict. Research and education initiatives tailored to demographics including women, children, elders, and warriors help raise awareness of ecological issues and safeguard a future for lions.

The Excursion Bracelet furthers this mission with every purchase, tracking lions across the landscapes of northern Kenya.

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The FIU Marine Conservation Ecology Lab makes waves in research on the ecology, behavior, and conservation of ocean megafauna, including dolphins. By combating threats like bycatch, overfishing, habitat destruction, and climate change, researchers aim to protect and restore some of our ocean’s most iconic residents.

The Odyssey Bracelet furthers this mission with every purchase, tracking rough-toothed, bottlenose, and Atlantic spotted dolphins along the West Florida Shelf.