Your birthday can help WWF protect the Amazon Rainforest and other vital habitats!

CakeHave a birthday coming up? By making a Birthday Wish you can help WWF save the rainforest and other vital habitats! Containing nearly 40,000 plant species, the Amazon sustains the world’s richest diversity of birds, freshwater fish and butterflies. One…Read More

Urgent action needed to save the Javan Rhino

Rare camera trap footage provides hope for this near-extinct species A camera trap gave conservationists a rare glimpse of two Javan rhinos and their calves in Ujung Kulon National Park. The footage, filmed in November and December of 2010, proves that Javan…Read More

Urgent action needed to save the Javan Rhino

Rare camera trap footage provides hope for this near-extinct species A camera trap gave conservationists a rare glimpse of two Javan rhinos and their calves in Ujung Kulon National Park. The footage, filmed in November and December of 2010, proves that Javan…Read More

Support the Amazon and Other Wild Places for the Holidays

There is a clear link between the health of the Amazon and the health of the planet. The rain forests, which contain 90-140 billion metric tons of carbon, help stabilize local and global climates. Unfortunately, deforestation may release significant amounts…Read More

2 Fun Ways to Support the Amazon and Other Wild Places for the Holidays

As the last days of 2011 draw to a close, we are proud of the conservation successes that you've helped support. Discover 15 highlights from our work around the world to protect species and habitats here: http://bit.ly/rSHxww (http://bit.ly/rSHxww) Here are…Read More

Two days left to help jaguars, frogs and other species in 2011

(http://bit.ly/tyJm0X) Thanks for your support as a World Wildlife Fund member on Causes! We’ve had a successful 2011, but we need your year-end support (http://bit.ly/tyJm0X) to continue our efforts to protect our living planet for future generations.…Read More

Protecting the Mighty Rivers of the Amazon

The mighty rivers of the Amazon region (http://bit.ly/yMIBjp) are the source of one-fifth of all fresh water on Earth and nourish a vast area spanning eight South American countries and one overseas territory. The Amazon's major tributaries originate in the…Read More
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