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Endangered Species Day - 15 May 2020

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Endangered Species Day is on 15th May and it’s an important opportunity for us all to celebrate and discover more about endangered wildlife. 

Normally there are a lot of events around the world but of course this year, because of the coronavirus, most public events have had to be postponed or cancelled. 

 

7 Ways to make Endangered Species Day a part of your life!

  1. Send a friend or family member a free Endangered Species Day e-card to celebrate conservation success!

  2. Identify what you can see in your garden or backyard or local park on Saturday 16 May and spend time learning about the plant, animal and fungus species in your area.  Find out more here  And share your observations with hashtag #EndangeredSpeciesDay

  3. Join for an online film screening of Racing Extinction, a documentary about the role that humans play in the loss of Earth's biodiversity and some of our most cherished species.  This is a good chance to discover more about the threat of wildlife trafficking around the world and what we need to do to stop it.  Watch the trailer here

  4. Join the Endangered Species Coalition Activist Network to receive emails with actions that you can take to protect endangered and threatened species.

  5. You could organise a clean up of your local area – or just go out and do it! Make sure you stick to the social distancing guidelines set out by your country.  Get other people involved and it could be a great way to pass an hour or so, help wildlife and change the world!

  6. Visit the website for the Endangered Species Coalition to find out more about it.  Their mission is “to stop the human-caused extinction of our nation’s at-risk species, to protect and restore their habitats, and to guide these fragile populations along the road to recovery.” 

  7. Take a look at 10 easy things you can do to help endangered species.


Here's their Facebook page

@Endangered on Twitter

 

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