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Swan Baby Rescue!

Swan Baby and Daddy!

Funny and charming wildlife rescuer Simon Cowell is back — this time, he's out to save a Cygnet after it got caught in a fence! But the baby's daddy isn't too happy about it. Check it Out »

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Baby Rhino's Walk Will Make You Smile!

After she had lost his mother to poachers, rescuers found Matimba hungry, defenseless, and scared. She was taken immediately to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, where the staff welcomed him with open arms.

Have a look at Matimba as he takes a brave walk through his brand new home!

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Prairie Dogs Touching Teeth

Help Prairie Dogs

Each year in the U.S., tens of thousands of prairie dogs lose their lives to poisoning and traps, urban development, non-native disease, or shooting contests. The Prairie Dog Coalition relocates prairie dogs away from danger into protected zones, bolstering the native ecosystem of the Great Plains.

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Tell FWS: Don't Give Up on Red Wolf Recovery!

North Carolina's Wildlife Resources Commission wants the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to shut down the red wolf recovery program, despite their dangerously low numbers. USFWS seems to be taking the request seriously, and is expected to announce their decision in March.

Tell the USFWS to continue recovery efforts for the red wolf before it's too late.

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Save Hawksbill Turtles from Deadly Nets
Hawksbill turtles of the eastern Pacific Ocean are some of the most endangered sea turtles in the world, but improper fishing methods are putting their population in peril. The Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative hopes to reduce the effects fisheries have on hawksbill turtles with the hope that these turtles will be able to make a full recovery — and you can help.

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