According to their website,
WILDLABS is the central hub for conservation technology online, connecting 6,000+ conservationists, researchers, field biologists, engineers, developers, makers, and #tech4wildlife experts from around the world! With huge challenges like wildlife crime and poaching, climate change, deforestation, and extinction threatening ecosystems around the world, it’s more important than ever for conservationists to have access to the tools, resources, and networks needed to rise to those challenges.
I have heard about the WILDLABS website from this Stack Exchange site (and in several comments/answer of this Meta thread), especially about their forum and their research directory, which the conservation community overlaps with bioacoustics. In a way, their website looks like an scientific society with subgroups, discussion and member directory (which some users of the present SE are part of), but they don't say so.
Question: Is WILDLABS a company or a non-profit organization? How are they funded?
WILDLABS.NET (the “Website”) is owned by Fauna & Flora International ("FFI"), a limited company registered in England under company number 2677068 and a registered charity under charity number 1011102, whose registered office is at The David Attenborough Building, Pembroke St, Cambridge CB2 3QZ, UK, representing the WILDLABS collaboration.
But I don't understand if it refers to the website only or is extendable to Wildlabs too.