What does Faunalytics do?
Faunalytics provides research, data, and insights for animal advocates to help them be as effective as possible in helping animals. Learn more about what we do.
How was Faunalytics created?
Che Green founded Faunalytics in March 2000 to meet the needs of animal advocates with limited access to data and few resources to carry out valid research.
How is Faunalytics funded?
Faunalytics is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, funded by user contributions, donations, foundation grants, and client income. We work exclusively with other nonprofit organizations, sometimes on a fee basis, to help them conduct custom research projects. Our website and email services are entirely free.
How can I support Faunalytics?
We’re so glad you asked! You can support us by making a donation, using our resources, considering us for your research projects, volunteering, and promoting our tools and services to other animal advocates.
How do I request permission to reprint or excerpt your content?
For reprint rights (print or online), just contact us using our contact form. Mark it as a General Inquiry and include your request in the message.
How do I sign up for Faunalytics by email?
We provide flexible email alerts so that you can be notified of any new item we add to our library that matches your preferences. Sign up here.
I have a research study for your library — where do I send it?
For reprint rights (print or online), just contact us using our contact form. Mark it as a Research Suggestion and include as many details as possible in the message.
Will Faunalytics rent, sell, or trade my personal information?
Does Faunalytics charge for its services?
Faunalytics provides free tools and resources through our website, faunalytics.org. We also provide limited pro bono support to advocates and small organizations.
Faunalytics offers custom research services for larger animal organizations and big projects. We charge a modest, below-market fee for those services – it’s how we keep the lights on, so to speak.