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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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Orphaned Moose

Help Raise an Orphaned Moose

In the wild, moose calves are vulnerable to deadly encounters with automobiles and natural disasters, which is why young moose are very close with their mothers. The Northern Lights Wildlife Society protects moose who have been orphaned from the dangers that their mother would normally teach them to avoid.

Help NLWS raise and prepare these calves to be sent back to the wild!

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Help Save the Majestic Monarch

Monarchs are the only known species of butterfly to migrate each year, seeking warmer climates during the winter and abundant food in the summer.

Unfortunately, modern pesticides are killing milkweed in the U.S., a primary source of nutrition, while illegal loggers destroy their habitat in Mexico.

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WATCH: Dolphin Asks Diver for Help Removing a Fishing Hook

Keller Laros encountered a distressed bottlenose dolphin while diving off the cost of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Apparently, the dolphin had somehow gotten his pectoral fin snagged by a fishing hook, and was in desperate need of some help.

Laros, in an incredible display of altruism, immediately went to work to free the troubled cetacean.

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Baby Turtles
Protect Baby Turtles in Mexico
La Tortuga Viva ("Living Turtle" in Spanish) is a turtle sanctuary in Juluchuca, Guerrero, Mexico. Since 2010, they have hatched and released over 300,000 baby turtles: mostly Olive Ridley turtles (Golfina), as well as Black Turtles and Leatherback turtles, which are considered critically endangered on the IUCN Red List. This Gift That Gives More™ helps 100 baby turtles in Mexico hatch and make it safely to their new life in the ocean.

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