A  web·guide to sustainable development, conservation & the glocal environment




American Society of Mammalogists


Journal of Mammalogy

Mammal Review

Mammalian Biology

Mammalian Species


· While the term “ungulates” generally means “hooved mammal,” it is not easy to pin down a widely

  accepted formal or informal definition, and it seems to be a designation that has been dropped from

  modern taxonomic systems. It includes, but is not limited to, the oders of artiodactyla and perriso-

  dactyla (see below).

Global Initiative on Ungulate Migration (GIUM) @ CMS

Mammalian Orders

Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates)


South American Camelid Specialist Group (GECS)

Wild Camel Protection Foundation

Caribou (Rangifer tarandus)

Caribou Patrol Program

Caribou Rainforest

     Caribou Homeland movie

Provincial Caribou Recovery Engagement [BC, Canada]

Interactive map of logged areas in southern mountain caribou critical habitat

Where's the real plan for mountain caribou?


Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Bighorn sheep

National Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center     

Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Program

Wild Sheep Foundation

Saiga Conservation Alliance


     Bison/buffalo (Bison bison)

           See Bison page

     Yak (Bos mutus)

          National Research Centre on Yak (ICAR)

     Wildebeest/gnu (Connochaetes sp.)

          Great wildebeest migration


Celebrating Africa's Giants @ Wild Nature Institute

Giraffe Conservation Foundation


African Carnivores Initiative


     International Wolf Center

     Mexican Wolf

     Yellowstone Wolf: Tracking the Packs

     Predator Conservation Alliance

     Project Coyote

     Urban Coyote Research Project

     Wolf: Lost & Found

           · "...a project to tell the new stories that are arising about our interconnection with wolves and other species.

          The project is focused around the US piece of the Yellowstone to Yukon Corridor, a proposed wildlife

          corridor that can help secure vital wildlife habitat in North America."


Felidae (cats)

     Cat Specialist Group (IUCN SSC)

     Exotic Feline Rescue Center

     Feline Conservation Foundation


          Cheetah Conservation Fund



             Jaguar Corridor Initiative

             International Jaguar Day


          African Lion & Environmental Research Trust (ALERT)  

          African Lion Database  

          Lion Guardians

          Lion Recovery Fund

     Snow leopards

          Snow Leopard Conservancy

          Snow Leopard Foundation

          Snow Leopard Network

          Snow Leopard Trust


          IUCN Integrated Tiger Habitat Conservation Programme

          Tigers in America


                · "...The TX2 goal is a global commitment to double the world's wild tigers by 2022."

Mustelidae (weasels)

      Sea Otter Savvy

      Wolverine Watch

Otariidae (seals)

     Monachus Guardian

          · "Dedicated to Monk Seals and their Threatened Habitats"

          · Not updated since 2018

     Seal Conservation Society

     Seals & Society

Ursidae (bears)

     See Bears page

Cetacea (whales)

     See Whales page

Chiroptera (bats)

     See Bats page

Perrisodactyla (odd-toed ungulates)

Equus Survival Trust

Helping Rhinos

International Rhino Foundation (IRF)

Rhino Resource Center

Save the Rhino  

Rhinos @ TRAFFIC


     · Taxonomic rank higher than order, including armadillows, sloths & anteaters

IUCN SSC Anteater, Sloth and Armadillo Specialist Group (ASASG)

     · Formely the Edentate Specialist Group

Pilosa (anteaters & sloths)

Sloth Appreciation Society

Sloth Conservation Foundation

Sloth Institute


    See Primates page         


    See Elephants page


Worth a Dam [beavers]


Contents of this page:

     · Institutions

       · Periodicals

         · “Ungulates”

           · Mammalian Orders


     · Bison

       · Bears

         · Bats

           · Primates

             · Elephants

               · Short-spined Peruvian mongoose

Also see:

     · Marine mammals at the Marine life page


· Mammals constitute a taxonomic Class, which fits into taxonomic ranking as:




                Class → Mammals





· This page lists mammals by taxonomic Order, which are listed alphabetically and

     highlighted in bold blue text.

· Subgroups (that is, taxa of varying levels that are lower than Order) are in bold black text.


"...a data management system and archive for camera trap research projects.  This cyber-tool is designed to not only be useful to scientists, but also to the citizen scientists who aid scientists in photo collection.  Camera trappers use our software to look at pictures, identify animals and upload them for review and archive at the Smithsonian. These data then help address important conservation-related questions.  The pictures provide a unique view into the secret world of wildlife."