Help Protect Sea Turtles

eNews: Help Protect Sea Turtles

Date: 2016-01-10 05:32
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Take the Pledge to Protect Sea Turtles
Dating back to the time of dinosaurs, sea turtles once numbered in the millions. Today all seven sea turtle species are struggling. The good news is there is plenty you can do to keep sea turtles swimming into the next millennium.

Take Action>>
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4 Things You Didn’t Know About Wildlife Trafficking and the United States Wildlife trafficking in the United States is incredibly complex. Our experts looked at years of data to determine the true scope of what enters this country and from where.

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Life in Panther Country
With more people moving into panther country, it’s more important than ever that residents learn the simple steps they can take to help these endangered cats continue to recover.

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Polar Bears Take Note: This Food Is Not For You
In remote Alaska, we’re testing the next generation of polar bear resistant food storage containers. Keeping polar bears out of human communities keeps both bears and people safe.

How You Can Help>>
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The Year that Was: 2015
Your dedication and support make so much possible for the wildlife we all love. Take a look at just a handful of the many things you helped achieve for wildlife last year.

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Threats for Manta Rays
Even with the strictest protections, it will take decades for manta rays to recover from the unsustainable overexploitation they have experienced.

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

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