Table of Contents: Save Our Home: Endangered Species

Save Our Home: Endangered Species

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This is a living document.  Regardless of when posts were written, new information and corrections are made when discovered.  I am not an expert with regard to the environment, I just care about the it. I’ve cared about it for over 40 years.  I guess there is something to be said about that. I do quite a bit of research, which I have been trained in, from a great many qualified sources attempting to be as accurate as possible, but I can get it wrong.  I am very happy to hear from people who can contribute to my and other peoples’s knowledge.  Post page is on the Front Page, clicking Earth And World Peace will get you there.  Don’t forget, this is about creating a mass movement too, and T-shirts and a variety of other merchandise containing the images that you find posted on this website are available at CafePress.  

Both the positive and negative aspects of both climate change and extinctions due to other conditions are discussed.  Difficult to just get bad news after bad news, etc.  It is very important to discover some of the wonderful things that are going on to help endangered species, and I include links to those organizations involved with saving, adopting, and rescuing endangered species, and well as those people who are determined to stop illegal hunting and poaching.  The links are for more information and donations.  I am not affiliated with any of these organization.  It can seem so overwhelming to read about these animals, and everybody these days seems to be asking for money.  Pick your cause. Pick your animal.  Keep it simple and affordable, and whatever you do don’t feel guilty if you cannot contribute.  Just pass the word.  That’s what I’m doing.

One last thing.  I’ve got tired of typing the same thing over and over again, e.g. climate change, deforestation, loss of habitat, human population encroachment, poaching and so on.  Most animals are facing the same problems.  There stories need to be told.  The other problem for me is, that the Save Our Home Project for Endangered Species may never end as near everything is endangered.  Despite all of this, it is important to make people aware, and perhaps a population of marching people with a whole bunch of t’s with different animals on them may make a point–we are all in trouble and we all depend on each other for our survival and because all sentient beings are our family.  With great respect and love.  Care!

Kordofan Giraffe’s really need our help

Sharks

Otters Ask Us to Save Our Home

Sea Turtles:

Frogs:

Three Little Frogies All In a Row

Rhinoceros: Some Rhinos are Making a Comeback

Beautiful Lizards

Elephants and Lions too.  A little on the Rhino too.

Endangered Species Buttons

The Cat Family

Bees: Save Our Home Bleeezzz

Bees:  More On Beeezzz Pleeezzz

More Pollinators: Monarch Butterflies

Other Important Pollinators: Bats, Bumble Bees and Giraffes

Save Our Home: Otters

Primates Need Our Help

Wolves, Sea Turtles and even Greyhounds (all dwags) need Help

End Sonic Booms in Our Oceans

Lethal Seas:  We Can Help

Save Our Home: Endangered Species