It’s red wolves and more red wolves at AState! We were stunned at how AState has full-heartedly embraced the red wolf the first time we visited. Of course having the red wolf as the school mascot doesn’t hurt!
Attending a workshop on the wonder of bats and how to make a bat house started our relationship with Defenders of Wildlife. Since bats are one of our favorite mammals, we are excited Defenders works to protect species native to the United States.
How do you help gorillas even though they live halfway around the planet in Africa? Look no further than the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International which is the world’s foremost organization dedicated to the conservation, protection, and study of gorillas.
If you love wolves of any kind, you will love the Endangered Wolf Center located just outside St. Louis, MO. In addition to the red wolf and Mexican wolf which are both endangered, they have foxes, painted dogs and maned wolves.
There are no mammals on earth more misunderstood than bats. Since bats are our primary source of nighttime insect control worldwide and a pollinator of key foods including some of our favorites (bananas and mangoes), we set out to find the best bat organization to support.
Conserving Carolina protects habitats and wildlife species through land acquisitions and conservation easements. With over 45,000 acres protected, mostly in Western North Carolina, they have created hiking trails, parks and protected forests throughout the region.
As experts in connecting habitats for wildlife and plant movement, we contacted them to learn more about wildlife corridors. They responded and yes, you can actually write an organization and get an answer! We are now avid supporters and currently work with them on red wolf conservation.