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Kf brazil wolf pc l.baumgarten 2009

Taken at Emas National Park, Goias, Brazil in 1996. —Leandro Baumgarten, 2009 Fellow

Privacy Policy

Updated November 2015

What information we collect
The Kinship Conservation Fellows program collects information volunteered by visitors to the site. Information we collect includes personally identifiable information (name, address, and email), information about an organization affiliation, and information about your conservation interests. No personably identifiable information is collected about individuals without their knowledge. We also collect aggregate information about website use, without identifying personal information, such as what pages and sections are most popular to our users.

How this information is used
The Kinship Conservation Fellows program uses the information that is voluntarily shared to help us define our web content and email outreach. We may also contact you to alert you about a conservation opportunity or to ask you to promote our work. We use aggregate information about website usage to inform website content.

Sharing information with third parties
The Kinship Conservation Fellows program does not make any list of visitors to our website or their email addresses available to third parties.

Email policy
The Kinship Conservation Fellows program provides forms on its website where users can sign-up to receive email messages about our work. Users can unsubscribe from any email list through the unsubscribe link on any email we send you.

Security of your information
We take the following measures to ensure that information collected on our website is kept secure and is used as intended: all web interactions are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL);all data is stored on secure, protected servers with whom we have contracted to support our online communication, email outreach and program application. Data is accessible only by authorized staff of the Kinship Conservation Fellows program and its contractors.

Use of cookies
Cookies are pieces of information that are stored on your computer and are used for record keeping purposes. The Kinship Fellows Program uses cookies to facilitate authentication and personalization on our website. The Fellows Community, for example, uses cookies to identify members. Otherwise, we use only anonymous information (such as IP address) to track how our online visitors use our website. We use Google services, such as Google Analytics, which place first-party and/or third-party cookies on a browser across our websites. To opt out of Google tracking, please visit their opt-out page.

Links to other sites
Our website provides links to several other third party websites. While we make efforts to choose our links carefully, we cannot take any responsibility for the content of linked websites, or for the privacy policies of websites we link to. Since we do not control these websites, we encourage you to review the privacy policies posted on these third party websites prior to any use.

Privacy Policy changes
We may amend this privacy policy from time to time. Your continued use of our website after the date that such notices are posted will be deemed to be your agreement to the changed terms.

If you have questions or concerns, please email us:

Updated November 2015

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