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    Save The Wild Nature!

     

    Our world needs many different animals and plants, and different types of habitats for them and us to live in.

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    Save The Wild Nature!

     

    Our world needs many different animals and plants, and different types of habitats for them and us to live in.

  • mt-1417-slider-img03.jpg

    Save The Wild Nature!

     

    Our world needs many different animals and plants, and different types of habitats for them and us to live in.

Our Mission

 

Our mission is to conserve nature

Food

 

We supply food to regions struggling from hunger

Climate

 

It provides positive support, feedback and advice on

Fresh Water

 

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Wild Life


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Forests

 

Protect Vulnerable Species Decades of overfishing, as well 

Oceans

 

Preserve Regional Ocean Ecosystems America’s oceans and coasts

Cause List

 

There are many projects we're fighting for today. Check the detailed information about our recent cases

Stop Syria’s Hunger

 

Syria’s civilian population needs our common effort to save them from hunger they are suffering from because of military actions. Children, women and elderly are hostages of war.

More Plants Needed

 

Because of climate changing and human’s actions damaging the Earth, number of trees has been decreasing. Humanity needs more plants! We regularly plant trees in the parks and streets.

Stop Wildlife Crime

 

Nobody but us can stop wildlife crime and contribute to its saving. We work with many environmental companies to save African wildlife from extermination. Don’t walk by!

 

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Beavers Saved

158

Projects Done

$120.000

Funds Collected

680 +

Volunteers

Description with Video

 

Watch this touching video describing how we all can save African elephants!

The African elephant is the largest animal walking the Earth. Their herds wander through 37 countries in Africa. They are easily recognized by their trunk that is used for communication and handling objects. Savanna elephants are larger than forest elephants, and their tusks curve outwards.

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News & blogs about protecting our planet!

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