Stop Toxic Runoff at Puget Sound
Rainfall in urban areas can result in toxic runoff reaching the channels and inlets of Puget Sound. But this runoff is entirely preventable.
This Gift that Gives More protects aquatic wildlife in Puget Sound by preventing polluted runoff before it enters their waterways.
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...a baby snowy owl? No? Well just wait — this mama is about to stand up and reveal some seriously fluffy owlet cuteness.
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Recent high-profile stories about trophy hunters such as television host Melissa Bachman and Jimmy John's owner Jimmy John Liautaud have created internet-fueled outrage over the practice. However, it remains perfectly legal. The only way to enact effective change is to petition for an underlying policy revision. It's time to ensure that animals classified as "vulnerable" are truly protected. Tell the ICUN that trophy hunters should not be allowed to target vulnerable species.
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After spending hours hollering for his brother — whom he lost while distracted by a nearby, attractive femme-lion — the two finally find one another in one of the most touching animal reunions you'll ever see.
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La Senda Verde is one of Bolivia's leading wilderness sanctuaries, with over 300 animals in residence — all of whom have been rescued from illegal trafficking. With your generous gift, you can help feed the sanctuary's Amazonian monkey and macaw population, and help them build up enough strength to be released back into the wild.
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Help Save Snow Leopards
Return Rescued Koalas to the Wild
Protect Las Tángaras Cloud Forest
Return Orphaned Elephants & Rhinos to the Wild
Protect the Atlantic Rainforest & Yellow-breasted Capuchin
Help Where It's Most Needed
Save the Heart of the Amazon
Save Monarch Butterfly Habitat
Save the Critically Endangered Vaquita
Protect African Animals from Poachers
Protect Endangered Asian Elephants
Plant Trees to Sequester Carbon
Protect the Jaguars of Sky Island
Contribute To Habitat Preservation
Keep Toxic Runoff out of Puget Sound
Save the Military Macaw in Sonora
Protect Baby Turtles in Mexico
Return Orphaned Orangutans to the Wild
Help Bears Stay Wild and Free in North America
Replant Native Trees in Peru
Help Restore Wetlands in the Sky Islands
Protect American Wolves
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Plant Trees for Cities in the UK
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