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Clean Coastlines

Most of America's tidal coastlines are collection points for trash and storm debris and have never been cleaned up, and wildlife is suffering because of it.

By removing the trash and debris, we can reduce sea turtle and shorebird deaths. In doing so, shrimp and baby fish populations increase inside tidal marshes.

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Save Sea Turtles

Every night volunteers in Juluchuca, Guerrero, Mexico patrol fifteen kilometers of beachfront and transplant sea turtle eggs to be safeguarded from predators.

By preventing predation of eggs and hatchling turtles at turtle hatcheries, the number of baby sea turtles is increased, helping in population recovery.

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Help Save Vietnam's Rarest Mammals

High in the remote, rugged terrain of Vietnam's Annamite mountain range is the beautiful Pu Mat National Park. The park is host to a wealth of bird, amphibian, and reptile species and is considered one of the most important sites for mammal conservation in Vietnam. Nicknamed the Asian Unicorn, the critically endangered Saola remains one of the least known, and most threatened, large mammals on the planet.

We must do what we can to save the Saola, and the animals the live with it.

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