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Protect a Sumatran Tiger for Earth Day $3.41 protects one acre of Rainforest! at The Rainforest Site

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Help Save Snow EnDangered Leopards at The Rainforest Site~ When snow leopard territory is encroached on by herding communities, wild species that snow leopards prey on are driven out to make room for livestock. Snow leopards often turn to hunting the livestock to survive. Herders, whose families also depend on livestock, protect their herds by hunting and killing snow leopards.

Plant Trees to Save Orangutan Habitat at The Rainforest Site $28.00 will plant over 50 seedlings of trees that they orangutans eat from

PLEASE HELP Save Monarch Butterfly Habitat at The Rainforest Site - You can help by funding the planting of tree seedlings in the butterflies' overwintering area in Michoacán, Mexico. As the trees grow, they serve as a climatic buffer that protects butterflies from harsh weather. And when sustainably harvested, the trees provide a renewable source of income for local residents. Choose to plant 50 Trees ($25.00) or 100 Trees ($50.00).

Help save critically endangered cotton-top tamarin habitat that will otherwise be sold to destructive cattle ranching interests. Protect the Endangered Cotton-Top Tamarin at The Rainforest Site