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Cameras for Conservation!

(See our press release on our gear donation program.)

Looking to put your old gear to work? We can use all kinds of equipment for our work, and we will make sure that your contribution is put to good use. We and our collaborators and guides in Ecuador, Mexico, Cameroon, and Arizona need camera, field, and computer gear to accomplish our goals in conservation ecology.

And you can get a tax-deduction for your contribution! Send us any of the following gear, and we will give you a receipt for your donation and price of shipping. Any shipments postmarked by December 31, 2010 will count towards the 2010 tax year.

Items we can use are:

  • GPS Units: Any
  • Camera Bodies: dSLR and Point and shoot bodies of any brand with 8 megapixels or more
  • Camera Lenses: Any brand, any type, auto focus
  • Flashes: Any
  • Lens Filters: Any unscratched
  • HD Video cameras
  • Memory Cards: SD Memory, 4GB and higher
  • Notebook computers: Any with 160GB+ Hard drive
  • Portable hard drives
  • Palm, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry Devices: Any less than five years old
  • Snake hooks, tongs, and other animal-handling equipment
  • Callipers, scales
  • Water filters
  • LED Headlamps and flashlights
  • Sound recording equipment
  • Binoculars: Please check with us before sending
  • Other: Check with us before sending

Send all donations to:

Reptile & Amphibian Ecology International
3901 W Calle Don Miguel
Tucson, AZ 85746 USA

Please note, we will make every effort to use your donation directly, or get it to those who can. Any remaining equipment will be sold to raise funds for our mission.

Top Photo by Julie K. Miller

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Reptile and Amphibian Ecology International is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity organization and all donations are 100% tax-deductible.
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