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From Prairie Dogs to Tortoises, Pauli Helps Them All
Jan 21, 2013by Rosemary Jones
Dave Pauli, senior director for wildlife response and special projects for The HSUS, has traveled throughout the world and the United States to help animals in need. Here he explains how he works with every type of creature:
GreaterGood.org supports these wildlife rescue efforts through programs like Gifts That Give More at The Animal Rescue Site and The Rainforest Site. You can help prairie dogs too by clicking here.
Apr 15, 2013:
"We're proud to work with an innovative organization like GreaterGood, whose commitment has been absolutely essential in saving these vulnerable places." - Dr Paul Salaman, WLT-US Chief Executive Officer.
Apr 10, 2013:
This year’s batch of stranded pups has reached epic portions, but the staff at Pacific Marine Mammal Center continues to take in, name, rehabilitate, and release dozens of pups each month.
Aug 8, 2012:
As shown in this video, GreaterGood.org's charitable partner, the African Wildlife Foundation, uses community engagement and a science-based approach to achieve creative conservation solutions
Mar 19, 2012:
The HSUS/Fund For Animal Wildlife Sanctuaries provide both rescue and rehabilitation services for their region. In the spring, this often means taking in young animals and birds left orphaned or abandoned.
Feb 15, 2012:
When the injured bobcat was found by the side of the road, the San Diego Animal Services Officer packed him into the truck and drove him to the Fund For Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, CA.
Oct 18, 2011:
Lisa Halstead, board president of GreaterGood.org, announced that grants totaling more than $2.9 million have gone to 109 charities and nonprofits operating in the United States and around the world
Oct 10, 2011:
The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center rehabilitation specialists recently enjoyed seeing the young bobcats in their care show off their adult feline traits: hissing, growling, and generally acting like wild animals.
Jul 6, 2011:
"The enclosure was single-handedly funded by the donations from The Animal Rescue Site. It has made the hugest difference in the lives of these poor gentle giants." - Eleonor Content, Executive Director of Abraham Foundation
Apr 23, 2011:
Thanks to the support of GreaterGood.org and The Rainforest Site, the Reserva Comunal Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo in Peru, expanded in size from the 322,500 hectares to 422,080 hectares, making it over one mllion US acres this year.
Feb 13, 2011:
The International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Marine Mammal Rescue and Research team responds annually to hundreds of calls reporting stranded or distressed marine mammals spotted along the Cape Cod coastline.
Feb 12, 2011:
Tsavo National Park in Kenya once again is experiencing poaching incidents. Illegal activities around the Park, such as livestock incursions, charcoal burning and mining activities, increased in 2010.
Jan 28, 2011:
The World Land Trust recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of six strategic private properties totaling 3,356 acres to almost double the size of the Paujil Nature Reserve in Colombia.
Nov 5, 2010:
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), in partnership with the Wildlife Trust of India, has established a multi-species rehabilitation center where injured and orphaned elephant and rhino calves get a second chance at life.
Aug 3, 2010:
In India, GreaterGood.org's charitable partner VSPCA has been working for more than ten years to protect these vulnerable sea turtles. As a member of the Turtle Action Group (TAG) consisting of active NGOs throughout India working under a unified platform, VSPCA works to make the public more aware of the need to preserve sea turtles as well as providing protection for the nesting sites.
Jul 20, 2010:
Longtime charitable partner Fund for Animals recently began working with the Prairie Dog Coalition. The Coalition is working throughout the Great Plains to relocate prairie dogs to safe homes, far away from urban development and other danger zones.
Jun 25, 2010:
In June, GreaterGood.org awarded a grant of $49,361.00 to the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies to assist in their ongoing efforts to rescue and rehabilitate animals injured or impacted by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.