This Infographic on How Much Wildlife We’ve Lost in the Past 40 Years Will Shock You
World Wildlife Fund, in collaboration with the London Zoological Society, recently published a study entitled, "Living Planet Report 2014," that addresses the fact of global species loss. Overall, the report deduced that in the past 40 years, the world has lost a stunning 52 percent of wildlife.
P is for Peruvian Pelican — Stephanie Le Cocq Studios
Can you notice in this drawing that Pelicans are distinguished from all other birds by having totipalmate feet - all four toes are webbed!10% of profits will be donated to conservation projects to protect our planet. Hand-signed, numbered limited edition run of 100 A4 prints. A perfect addition to a
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Trump Administration Plans To Eviscerate Endangered Species Act, Leaving Vulnerable Species Unprotected
The Endangered Species Act once protected more than 1,600 species in the United States.
NRDC 🌎🏡 on Twitter
“From the mountain tops, to the oceans, to our own backyards, sacred wildlife & vulnerable species are facing extinction. 🐝🐻🐋 Just to name a few endangered species… #EndangeredSpeciesDay”
Up close and personal with a humpback whale calf!
Learn how to swim with humpback whales on the Silver Bank with Conscious Breath Adventures, the ultimate marine mammal encounter.
‘Racing Extinction’ Photographer Wants to Protect One of Most Diverse Marine Habitats in World — Will You Join Him?
Art and media have great power to open people’s eyes, hearts, and minds to unseen truths and realities. Shawn Heinrichs is an ocean activist and photographer who believes powerful images have the potential to ignite change and stir people to action. Heinrichs’ work has been featured in the film Racing Extinction, and now he is tackling another ocean conservation project that he values greatly.