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Adopt A Wildlife Acre
National Wildlife Federation's Adopt-a-Wildlife-Acre program solves dangerous conflicts between wildlife and livestock around Yellowstone National Park and throughout the Northern Rockies. With your help, we work to retire critical territory for wild bighorn sheep, bison, grizzly bears, wolves and other wildlife. The Adopt-a-Wildlife-Acre program creates agreements with local ranchers where we offer fair prices in exchange for retiring their grazing lands, giving wildlife more room to roam.
Protecting Tigers
In the last 100 years, tigers have lost 96% of their historical range with wild populations estimated to be as few as 3,500. By funding ground-based tiger conservation initiatives across Asia, David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is fighting from grass roots to the world-stage to protect this iconic species and give it the best possible chance of survival in the wild.
Can You Make A Horse Smile? You Bet! Here's How...
A horse with a home and a purpose is a happy horse! The EQUUS Foundation helps support more than 1,000 horse rescues and equine therapy charities across the United States. These facilities are hard at work every day not only rescuing and rehabbing neglected and abused horses but also tapping into the power of horses to help heal people with special needs. We make sure they are operating at the highest standards for horse care & use.
Protecting Elephants and Rhinos in Malawi
Poaching and habitat destruction pushed the majority of wildlife in Malawi to the brink of extinction. A government-led, intensive conservation program has reintroduced more than 2,500 animals to the Majete Wildlife Reserve, including elephants, rhinos, leopards, lions, antelopes, water buffaloes and hyenas. Earthwatch is leading one of the first research initiatives to analyze how these reintroduced species are faring and what management decisions are needed to keep the ecosystem thriving.
Reducing Demand for Ivory in China
Donate to WildAid and help former NBA star Yao Ming and other WildAid ambassadors save Africa's elephants through raising awareness in the country with the largest market for legal and illegal ivory, China. Every dollar that you donate helps amplify our message and reduce consumer demand for elephant ivory, and "when the buying stops, the killing can too."
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