Thursday, February 14, 2013

Spread love for endangered species

Center for Biological Diversity

Spread Some Love for Endangered Species on Valentine's Day

What better time than Valentine’s Day to spread a message of love while speaking up for conservation and endangered species protection?

With just the click of a mouse, you can send the Center for Biological Diversity’s six compelling endangered species e-postcards to all your friends, family and secret crushes.

Spread the love for incredible species like the Amargosa toad, which never makes a chirp unless it’s trying to escape danger; the howling gray wolf; or the ground-dwelling prairie dog. You can also easily share this with your social networks by clicking the share button to the right.

Click on an image below to send a postcard. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and all species.

I'm the strong, silent type. Kiss me before I'm gone. Owl be yours forever.
You make me howl. I dig you.
You drive me wild. Sealed with a kiss.

Our thanks to the photographers: Gary Nafis (amargosa toad), Willam C. Gladish (burrowing owls, prairie dogs), Robin Silver (gray wolf), Carol Davis (sage grouse), and Michael Robles (Hawaiian monk seal).

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