Endangered Species International is an amazing group that really gets things done out in the field. I applaud their effort and hard work to save endangered animals and their home! Most fund is spent on the field for direct impacts..no wasting resources!
Endangered Species are vanishing fast and we can't count on government to save them..I am a donor and I hop i can support more next year..Thank you for doing the hard work of protecting nature...
So sad to know that wild gorillas are poached for meat..I wll join Endangered Species International...
I can't believe that gorillas are still hunted for the meat! Thanks Endangered Species International for doing the hard work to stop that!
I helped with educational materials for awareness and education activities. I visited schools and got so much good energy from children and their interests in protecting endangered species.
ESI conducts a brilliant combination many effective work at the grassroots level to save endangered species . I will continue to support them.
I volunteered for 3 charities before including Endangered Species International. I am impressed by the dedication and strong ethics of ESI. They even try to use only solar energy in all their field activities. Most important is that their project are concrete and well integrated in local communities.
No "free" gifts are sent to you, no marketing papers are sent to you, their efficiency is keep to the maximum for field activities. Endangered Species International is truly environmental and wildlife charity.
It is my second year I am a donor to Endangered Species International. Some other wildlife organizations are too big (WWF) and my donation works better with a charity that has strong field projects. ESI newsletter is good too.
Great updated information on endangered species. ESI website has information so useful for school projects. I love the pages on coral reefs. I learned a lot. Thank you for sharing knowledge and experience. Marie
Realy dedicated staff. ESI Congolese team works in very hard remote areas in the rainforest of Congo to save endangered gorillas. They have to face malaria and ebola threats. Weather conditions are difficult as well, humid, hot, heavy rain. Saving gorillas from illegal hunting is a very difficult job that requires a lot of dedication and passion for endangered species. Bravo to Endangered Species International!