Advice and training on humane and sustainable farming and harvesting practices, technology and resource management.

Design, delivery and presentation of training and education packages to clients of all sizes around the world.

Over 40 years experience providing film and media services, getting film and documentary crews up close with crocodiles.

Consultants on wildlife conservation, sustainability, trade, resource management, policy review and development, and human-wildlife conflict.

Operators of Crocodylus Park, Research and Education centre in Darwin NT, Australia and providers of wildlife and eco-tourism services.

World class academic and scientific wildlife and tourism services.


Projects WMI has been involved in

  • Using Wildlife

    WMI’s promotion of incentive-driven conservation was controversial in the 1970’s, but with crocodiles, led to a complete recover of the wild population with the support of local people. Today sustainable use is a mainstream conservation strategy, generating economic benefits for people.

  • Cuban Sea Turtles

    WMI were lead consultants for over a decade in the refinement of Cuba’s Hawksbill Turtle harvest program, improving sustainability, evidence-based management and research.

  • Crocodylus Park

    WMI constructed Crocodylus Park, and has operated it successfully, as one of the most significant tourist attractions and wildlife education venues in the Northern Territory, for 22 years.

  • Biopolotics

    WMI is often engaged to assess situations where the costs and benefits of using a wildlife or environmental resource are in dispute, with polarised proponents and political sensitivities.


Over 70 locations and growing