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261 Rhoades St.
Azle TX 76020-0000, United States of America
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A conservation Ranger is a security operator whose mission is to understand and protect our planet's biodiversity.​   

Conservation Rangers Operations Worldwide is  the first huge team of skilled volunteers, experienced operators, trainers and instructors with a wide field of expertise in remote\tactical medical support, armed and unarmed tactical skills and several skills useful to rangers
(such as fire management, tracking, survival, air-assault operations  and so on).


There is a WAR in Africa between Poachers and Rangers.
On one side nearly endless resources coming from Far East,
on the other mere will to protect WildLife.
[Andy Martin, C.R.O.W. Executive Director and Instructor]

As an educational NON-profit NGO, our main tasks are to EDUCATE the public on biodiversity conservation and to support both private and governments parks in the fight against poaching by providing 100% free of charge training, mentoring, equipment and trained international volunteers.

We all are volunteers who donate their time and money to protect our planet: each one with different background and experience, but everybody everyone offering his\her unique insights on Conservation and specific skillset to the parks in need.

Former Military\Law Enforcement personnel, EMTs and Security Contractors but also Firefighters, Biologists and Doctors.
The fight for our planet will take all their combined knowledge  to be effective and successfull.

Our mission is to establish and train both Parks Rangers and International Volunteers to a set standard in the skills necessary to support and supplement anti-poaching and conservation efforts worldwide: a professional approach by specialized professionals is required to improve the terrible situation
By creating a pool of professionals with tested and effective Standard Operational Procedures, we are able to adapt and tailor solutions to Parks all over the world.

​"The first such element is training, with over one third of rangers (38 per cent) indicating that the training they first received was inadequate to prepare them for the realities of their job. These findings clearly call for an urgent review and modification of ranger curricula, many of which are almost surely highly outdated and inadequate for the challenges faced by today’s rangers."  
Life on the Frontline, WWF Report 2018

The battle to protect endangered species is the purest of all, no one will thank you, but it makes the difference whether the next generations will be able to see elephants, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, pangolins, gorillas, snow leopards, and many many others.​
The high demand of wildlife parts from Asia is the primary cause of the current slaughter. 
On one side few good and brave warriors (both armed and unarmed), on the other criminal syndicates ruled by merciless businessmen.
The corruption levels in the developing Countries (where most of the biodiversity of our planet still exists) is so high that poaching syndicates get stronger every day, making our battle even more inequal.
Registered Non Profit Organization 501 (c) (3)
261 Rhoades St.
Azle TX 76020-0000, United States of America