Urge FedEx to Stop Shipping Shark Fins

Date: 2015-10-04 05:30
From: Defenders of Wildlife
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Urge FedEx to Stop Shipping Shark Fins
Both UPS and DHL have recently announced that they would cease shipments of shark fins – a major victory in the protection of these animals, some of which are critically endangered.

Join Defenders in calling on FedEx to follow their example!

http://action.defenders.org/site/R?i=JUD_t9cs0FlAdnUM_aKJpg
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Feature

Swordfishermen be warned!

When fishermen use drift gillnets, they can sweep up all kind of unintended animals, like whales, dolphins and sea turtles. But now, new rules in California will limit the damage these methods can have on our marine wildlife.

Learn More
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Low CD Rates Getting You Down?
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Sungevity
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Defending Wildlife

Corridors for Jaguars
Jaguars are among the most powerful big cats on Earth, but habitat loss and fragmentation threaten their survival. We’re working to protect the vital corridors that can help them return to the Southwest.

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Little Fox on the Prairie

The swift fox is an indicator species – it tells us a lot about the health of its ecosystem. By studying them, we can tell how the prairies are holding up.

How You Can Help
http://action.defenders.org/site/R?i=VDwD-0D1VEOHslw7aTM4OQ
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Wins for Wildlife

Court ruling makes things look brighter in the Mountain Empire The federal district court in Tucson put the brakes on a damaging exploratory drilling project in the Coronado National Forest that would have had devastating effects on species like ocelot and Mexican spotted owl.

Learn More
http://action.defenders.org/site/R?i=6ZoY7XplE2ODGnSZBA4Erg

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Creature Feature

Scarlet Macaws
http://action.defenders.org/site/R?i=AccnXFFGpLkfhElegIwCCA

Hoping to restore this beautiful species to its native habitat, Defenders helped release 29 scarlet macaws in Mexico.

LEARN MORE >>
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Wildlife Guardian

Monthly Gift Giving
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Monthly gifts provide funds we can depend on to help meet wildlife emergencies – become a Wildlife Guardian today!

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