Welcome to Wild World Community. The social network that saves our planet!
Share and add species observations, follow researchers and support conservationists. Be part of a new platform where the wild things of the world take center stage. Learn from each other, teach one another, and educate the masses on the big and small through your social and real life activities.
So, what awaits you on the other side? With a FREE membership you get:
A social network profile with all the features you have come to expect, including friends, messaging, media uploads and more!
An activity stream tapping into all that happens around the community, which can be adjusted to your liking.
Access to a forum where you can discuss all things wildlife in several sub-forums.
You can add observations of all mammals you see in the wild, as well as search for species and locations on maps (Birds, reptiles and more to come).
Tick of the mammal species you have seen on our comprehensive species lists, globally and nationally (Birds, reptiles and more to come).
Access country profiles to find the best wilderness areas and add/share trip reports (Protected area profiles to come).
Access all community created content, such as blog posts, portfolios by photographers, and fundraising campaigns for research and conservation projects.
Browse and search our business directory for tour operators, accommodation, travel agencies and more!
Search for species profiles (we are in humble beginnings, but new species are added continuously).
Be part of the website creation by adding species facts, images, videos and audio files to species profiles. We need all the help we can get!
Get Wild Points for your activities, earn badges and reach new levels (in development).
For a small monthly fee you'll get the PRO membership. Perfect for researchers, conservationists, photographers and other professionals working with wildlife. In addition to all of the above you also get:
Your very own blog where you can write and share posts about your work, which will be featured on the news page and sidebars.
To add and create events. Want to do a species count in your local area? Maybe you are hosting a guided walk somewhere? Whatever it is, add an event for it!
To create your own portfolio projects and share your photos beautifully with the community. A must for any photographer!
To create your very own fundraising campaigns for research, conservation or personal wildlife projects. Need funds? Have the community help you out!