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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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You’ll Be So Happy When This Baby Elephant Reunites with Her Mother!

Humans have a tendency to create insurmountable obstacles for our fellow earth-dwellers — like this well, which took one baby elephant by surprise and wouldn't let her go. Her mother, unable to help her escape, became understandably upset.

However, not all of us humans are bad — including the folks at Amboseli Trust for Elephants who were more than willing to help these poor elephants!

Click to see the amazing rescue of this baby elephant, and the touching reunion with her mother!

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Help Bears Stay Wild and Free in North America

Bears need room to roam in order to survive, but their habitat is decreasing daily due to land development, making them increasingly present on farms and ranches. Certified Wildlife Friendly® works with farmers and ranchers to provide a safe and spacious habitat in which bears and other animals can roam free.

You can help. This Gift That Gives More™ provides materials to teach farmers life-saving practices to coexist with wildlife.

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Stop the Canadian Seal Slaughter

Each year, Canadian fisherman take up slaughtering baby seals. In the past few years, hundreds of thousands of seals have been killed in this annual massacre.

The European Union has already banned the trade of commercial seal products. Tell the Canadian prime minister that this seal slaughter needs to stop too!

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Thank you for your daily click for rainforest preservation. Together, over the past fourteen years, we have established protections for over 41,000 acres of rainforest habitat — that is huge! But there is plenty more work to do. Rainforests are the lungs of our planet, and without them we will suffocate. Find out how you can do more to help us keep breathing through our charity partners.

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