Morris Animal Foundation: Wildlife and Exotic Studies Grants

The Morris Animal Foundation invites proposals for its wildlife and exotic studies grants. These support proposals relevant to the health and welfare of wildlife or exotic animal species.

Funding & Duration

Four types of award are available:

  • Established Investigator Grants: for experienced researchers with a record of research publication, normally worth USD $50,000 (approx. AUD $69,000) each per year for two years, although project periods may last up to three years;
  • First Awards: for new investigators, each worth up to USD $54,000 (approx. AUD $75,000) per year for up to two years;
  • Fellowship Training Grants: for postdoctoral researchers, each worth up to USD $50,000 (approx. AUD $69,000) per year for up to two years;
  • Pilot Study Grants: for innovative ideas to accelerate discovery relevant the foundation’s mission, each worth up to USD $10,800 (approx. AUD $14,900) for one year.


Projects addressing wild horses are not supported.

Submission Requirements & Due Date

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