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Ask U.S. Representatives to Cosponsor the Albatross and Petrel Conservation Act. [US Residents]
Animals  (tags: albatross, birds, bird, wildlife, extinction, conservation, death, endangered, environment, killing, protection, law )

Annelisa
- 87 days ago - audubonaction.org
15 years ago, many nations established the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP), however the US has not signed on. Please write to your U.S. Representative and ask him/her to cosponsor the Albatross and Petrel Conservation Act.
Stop the Slaughter of New Hampshire's Bobcats
Animals  (tags: hunting, cat, bobcat, bobcats, wildlife, slaughter, killed, killing, protection, animals, cats, cruelty, environment )

Annelisa
- 95 days ago - action.biologicaldiversity.org
Under the department's proposed rules, hunters would be allowed to use bait and hounds to go after bobcats. And trappers would be able to litter our forests with hundreds of indiscriminate traps that could hurt or kill endangered Canada lynx.
Rosemont Mine Threatens Endangered Ocelot
Animals  (tags: ocelot, cat, wildlife, mining, animals, extinction, wildanimals, conservation, cats, habitat, endangered, protection )

Annelisa
- 403 days ago - tucson.com
An endangered ocelot was photographed less than one-third of a mile from the site of the proposed Rosemont Mine, US Fish and Wildlife says.
PETITION: Save Vanishing Orinoco Crocodile
Animals  (tags: extinction, hunting, crocodile, reptile, reptiles, crocodiles, endangered, conservation, animalcruelty, animals, animalrights, extinction, environment, habitat, killing, society, killed, slaughter, suffering, wildanimals, wildlife, protection )

Annelisa
- 845 days ago - animalpetitions.org
Due to worldwide demand for crocodile-skin boots, handbags, and coats, only an estimated 1500 Orinoco crocodiles remain in the wild. Please sign the petition to Venuzualan Govt., and urge coordinated conservation efforts that include ecological education
Tell Amazon: Stop Selling Bluefin Tuna - Center for Biological Diversity
Environment  (tags: endangered, wildlife, overfishing, fish, ocean, fishing, conservation, animals, ecosystems, destruction, endangered, nature, oceans, protection, wildlife )

Annelisa
- 845 days ago - action.biologicaldiversity.org
Scientists discovered in 2013 that populations of Pacific bluefin tuna have declined by 96.4 percent compared to unfished levels. Did you know bluefin tuna is sold on Amazon.com, frozen and in cans? Act now to ask Amazon to stop selling it.
Click to Help Save Leopard Cat
Animals  (tags: endangered, cat, cats, extinction, conservation, animals, wildlife, wildanimals, habitat )

Annelisa
- 845 days ago - clover.sc
Tsushima Leopard Cat is now endangered with less than 100 remaining. Japan National Trust Association is working to purchase forest suitable for the habitat of the Tsushima leopard cat. Click the large button to make a FREE donation paid by sponsors.
Oncilla Cat Is Actually 2 Species
Animals  (tags: cat, cats, wildlife, endangered, animals, cats, conservation, endangered, wildlife, wildanimals )

Annelisa
- 886 days ago - news.mongabay.com
In Brazil, researchers found that the tigrina--also known as the oncilla in Central America--is actually two separate species. The new species has been dubbed Leopardus guttulus and is found in the Atlantic Forest of southern Brazil.
PETITION: Keep Tasmania's Old Growth Forests on the UNESCO World Heritage List. - The Petition Site
Environment  (tags: forest, forests, world heritage, rainforest, rainforests, logging, habitatdestruction, globalwarming, habitat, wildlife, conservation, environment, nature, protection, trees, ecosystems, destruction )

Annelisa
- 890 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Tasmania's old growth forests were recently placed on the World Heritage List. However the new Australian Govt has started negotiations with UNESCO to reduce the amount of forests protected. They would instead likely be opened back up for logging.
Petition: Save the Swedish Wolf Population, Don't Kill Susi
Animals  (tags: wolf, wolves, killing, endangered, wildlife, wildanimals, slaughter, sadness, killing, killed, protection, humans, endangered, environment, ethics, sweden, conservation, crime, law )

Annelisa
- 1008 days ago - avaaz.org
Petition: "We want you to assure the Swedish people that Susi (the wolf from Junsele) will not be killed. She is very important for the Swedish wolf population."
PETITION: Make Rhino Poaching a Felony in Mozambique - ForceChange
Animals  (tags: rhino, rhinos, poaching, crime, africa, mozambique, extinction, killed, killing, law, protection, wildlife, suffering, slaughter, death, crime, conservation, cruelty, wildanimals )

Annelisa
- 1011 days ago - forcechange.com
Goal: Increase the crime of rhinoceros poaching in Mozambique from a misdemeanor to a felony.There are less than 5,000 rhinoceros left in Africa as of 2013. The brutal slaughter of rhinos for their valuable horns has spiraled out of control.
 
 
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