Badass Unisex Names That Work For Boys Or Girls (Gender Friendly)
Want a badass unisex name for your baby? These gender neutral baby names are the perfect choice and totally gender friendly for boys or girls!
Trefoil Pattern to print
Ok! In preparation for potentially making more cookie costumes I sat down today and made a printable pattern for the Trefoil costume! It takes many sheets of paper, so make sure your printer is stocked! The Inner Detail patter: And the Outline: First, right click on the picture, save image as, save wherever you would like. Open the picture up in whatever program you like, when you print make sure you are printing the actual size, not stretching it to fit a page. The files are roughly 8X10 so…
How We're Endangering Animals [Infographic]
Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic
The whaling nations of Iceland and Japan are using Canada as a trans-shipment destination in the trade of meat from endangered fin whales — the same species that Canada has agreed internationally to protect. Canada says it is helpless to stop the trade.
Ivory trafficking is threatening the ever decreasing population of African elephants. According to the Interior Department, 8% of the remaining 470,000 African elephants are poached every year. The nature of the illegal poaching and trade of ivory is ruining their eco-systems, social structures as well as tourism in a number of African countries.
SPEAK FOR US! "A Dolphins Story"
This is an animated campaign film to advocate on behalf of Dolphins. We want to end all cetacean captivity and stop the brutal barbaric slaughter that takes ...
Giraffe Facts - Giraffe Conservation Foundation
Why kill a healthy young giraffe when the current estimates by the Giraffe Conservation Fund have the population at less than 80,000 individuals across all (sub)species. This is a considerable drop in the last decade and shows that the plight of giraffe is in real danger. Efforts are underway to build up an accurate census of the entire population. With the exception of Angolan, Cape and West African giraffe, all other subspecies are either decreasing and/or unstable.
Please do not buy new or antique ivory carvings when you travel. Shopkeepers will tell you it is antique ivory when in fact it is not. Please help save elephants by NOT buying any ivory. A young girl, Celia Ho holds an educational poster illustrating the issues facing elephants. The poster can be downloaded from her website. Photo courtesy of Christian Pilard, Eco-Sys Action.
Restoring Trees to Save the World's Rarest Parrot
The green and gold Cape parrot (Poicephalus robustus) is one of the most endangered parrots in the world. The only parrot endemic to South Africa, fewer than a thousand individuals survive in the last patches of its dwindling habitat of yellowwood forest. National Geographic is working to save this rare parrot.