Friday, May 18, 2012

A Day for Rare Species


National Endangered Species Day is a day to remind us of the significance of protecting endangered species and the wild habitat they require. We all have the responsibility to affect the world and today is a perfect day to use your voice in order to speak up for species in need. There are many resources online to help people learn and act on behalf of endangered wolves.

Please visit the following websites to act on behalf of:

The last 58 Mexican gray wolves in the wild - www.mexicanwolves.org
The 100-130 red wolves of North Carolina - www.redwolves.com
The gray wolves in Oregon - www.oregonwild.org
The gray wolves of the Northern Rockies - www.wolfwatcher.org

For additional information about National Endangered Species Day and what you can do in your community and beyond, please visit the Endangered Species Coalition - www.stopextinction.org

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