Wildlife Acoustics Scientific Product Grant: Supporting Efforts in Conservation and Environmental Stewardship


Deadline: 15 November 2018

Wildlife Acoustics is currently inviting applicants for its Scientific Product Grant to support efforts in conservation and environmental stewardship. The programme enables those involved in animal biology, research and conservation to do their best work easily and quickly.

Searching for Project Ideas?
Join Premium and View Hundreds of Sample Proposals from Successful NGOs around the world. Learn more.
 

Wildlife Acoustics, Inc., a privately held Massachusetts corporation, is the leading provider of bioacoustics monitoring technology for scientists, researchers, and government agencies worldwide. Their customers monitor birds, bats, frogs, insects, fish, whales, elephants, rhinos and other wildlife.

Wildlife Acoustics has established a grant program to support bioacoustics research efforts from chiropteran, avian, terrestrial, amphibious and marine wildlife, to everything else in between.

Search Grants Easily
Premium Members can search for grants and donors. We have a filtered search feature to identify exact opportunities you need. Learn more.
 

Funding Information

Every quarter, Wildlife Acoustics will be giving away up to $5,000 of product to grant recipients worldwide.

Receive Funding Alerts by Country or Your Areas of Work
As a Premium Member, you can select to receive the right funding alerts according to your country or areas of work. Join Premium
 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applications from non-profit organizations worldwide are welcomed to apply.
  • US or Non US government agencies are not eligible for the program.
  • Project makes significant use of bioacoustics for data collection and/or analysis.
  • The work advances scientific knowledge and contributes to long-term conservation.
  • The grant award would have significant impact on the success of the project.
  • The grant request provides adequate information to evaluate the project, including detailed expected outcomes and use of bioacoustics data to support those outcomes.
  • The project should begin in the year that the application is submitted or in the following year if the application is submitted in the off-season.

How to Apply

  • Complete all sections in English. Keep the responses to each question to 200 words.
  • Applicants must include one letter of recommendation but applicants may submit up to 3 letters of recommendation and/or reference that they feel would be helpful in evaluating the application. These may be separate attachments and must be in English.
  • Include a copy of the organization’s certificate/letter of tax exemption that shows tax-exempt and charitable or educational status.
  • Applicants must email their completed application to Wildlife Acoustics. (Email address provided on application form.)
  • Applications must be submitted at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Wildlife Acoustics Scientific Product Grant.

Next>>
<<Previous

15 Potential Funding Opportunities for Young Professionals for Growth and Success

Request for Proposals for Well-being and Safety Research in United States

DFAT accepting Applications for Australian Cultural Diplomacy Grants Program 2019

Applications Open for Sustainable Future Farming Mission to France

Caplan Foundation Grants for Early Childhood in the U.S.

Research Grants on Reducing Inequality in the U.S.

Research Grants on Improving the Use of Research Evidence – United States

EU announces EIDHR CBSS 2019 Call for Proposals for Guyana and Suriname

EU-EIDHR 2019: Support to Local Civil Society Action through Country-based Support Scheme (Trinidad and Tobago)

EU seeking Proposals to Enhance CSOs’ Contribution to the Governance and Development Process in Afghanistan 2018-2019

European Union accepting Proposals to Support CSOs Development Work in the Field – Trinidad and Tobago

Georgia: Call for Proposals to support Vocational Educational Training in the Field of Agriculture

Europe Foundation inviting Georgian Civil Society Organizations for Open Door Grantmaking Program

Visual Documentary Project 2019 Focusing on Justice in Southeast Asia and Japan

R2HC Annual Funding Call to address Specific or Multiple Public Health Issues

USAID Indonesia announces New Partnerships Initiative (NPI): Conflict Prevention & Recovery Program (CPRP)

Opportunity for Indian Citizens to Develop Research in the Field of Visual Arts

EU-Zambia CFPs: Increased Participation of Smallholder Farmers in Market-Integrated, Nutrition-Sensitive Value Chains and Improved Access to Finance, Services and Inputs as well as Investment Opportunities

U.S. Mission to South Africa announces Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program

U.S. Department of Justice, OVC seeking Applications for Direct Services to Support Victims of Human Trafficking

U.S. Embassy Bogota Small Grants Program inviting Colombian Not-for-profit Organizations

Submit Proposals for the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives – Rwanda

High Commission of Canada in Kenya launches Canada Fund for Local Initiatives

Applications Open for Canada Fund for Local Initiatives – Bosnia and Herzegovina

We Women: Call for Community Engagement & Collaborative Photo-Based Projects in United States

>