In June 2012, British environmental activist Jungle Bird embarked on a light-hearted campaign, to bring the issue of deforestation and climate change centre stage. 

'So where will Jungle Bird strike next?' - Featuring Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Bob Costas and Conan O'Brien


Using the power of social media and humour Jungle Bird is working to bring the serious issues of illegal logging, poaching and fishing centre stage. 

As a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, JB casts the spotlight on the issues, people and companies making a difference in the world of conservation.

JB is also founder and CEO of Earth Observation Systems, where he leads a team of passionate activists, engineers and scientists who are working to create practical solutions to some of the greatest environmental challenges facing Earth today.

... and last but not least, Jungle Birds Adventures, a series of conservation based children's books, to help the younger generation to understand the more complex issues of conservation, in a fun and easy to understand way.

Jungle Birds Adventures by Andrew Dudley

Jungle Birds Adventures by Andrew Dudley

You may pre-register for the book here. 

Jungle Bird is racing to save the world, one madcap video bombing at a time.
— Alicia Truong, Fast Company Magazine

jungle birds top tips

  • Plant trees.
  • Read digital books.
  • Insist on paper and wood from FSC approved sources
  • Don’t chop down trees
  • Share books.
  • Spread the word.

Jungle Bird  is based in California.