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Tree Full of Butterflies

Save Monarchs

The Forests For Monarchs project has added more than 5 million trees since 1997 to previously deforested areas of Mexico.

Trees serve as a buffer to protect butterflies from harsh weather. When sustainably harvested, trees provide a renewable source of income for residents.

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Hungry Squirrel Gets a Surprise!

Silly Squirrel!

Squirrels are always getting into trouble! But sometimes their curiosity and ingenuity really pay off. Have a Look at One Squirrel's Story »

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Plant Trees to Sequester Carbon

Carbon dioxide is one of the greenhouse gases contributing to global warming and subject to the Kyoto Protocol. Carbon emissions from deforestation, the burning of fossil fuels, changes in land use, and other human activities are increasing, while the earth's ability to soak up, or "fix" the carbon, is decreasing because of ocean and forest changes. Reforestation is a way to help restore the balance.

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Lions Love Hugs!

Kevin Richardson has a very special relationship with his lion pride. However, when he leaves for a while, they miss him so badly that they can hardly handle themselves!

Watch what happens when the pride sees Kevin for the first time in a long time — it's adorable!

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Demand Action for our Southwestern Desert Tortoises

Due to a government plan to shut down the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center in Nevada, up to 1,400 captive tortoises will be relocated into wild tortoise habitats. However, desert tortoises in captivity are often not capable of surviving in the wild, and could even attract predators and spread disease to the already declining wild tortoise population.

Take action: Sign the petition to keep the Conservation Center open and preserve the wild tortoise habitat


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Save Koalas Injured in Bushfires
IFAW is working with the Native Animal Trust Fund and Hunter Koala Preservation Society to help wildlife injured in the New South Wales bushfires. Koalas, wallabies, possums, and other animals need to be treated quickly. Many of these victims will need to be cared for through a long recovery period before they are able to survive on their own in the wild.

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