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!
I have had the pleasure of volunteering for Endangered Species International for six months and it has been an amazing experience for me. ESI is a great group that work hard for saving biodiversity, forest, ocean...Our project to save rain-forest and stop palm oil is very positive and moving in the right direction. When I will have extra money i will become a regular donor.
The wildlife and conservation work of ESI in Africa is rooted in its people — and conservation approach focuses on working with local communities, governments, and organizations to save and protect rainforest and threatened species. Effective group for wildlife and nature..
ESI has been working to protect and restore populations of the monarch butterfly, which has suffered precipitous declines in recent decades. they encourage farmers; gardeners; schools; federal, state, and local agencies; and others to bring back the milkweed plants on which monarchs rely. Nice project!
We need groups lie ESI to stop big corporations killing wildlife and nature, and to push governments to do the right things for future generations...
Keep going ESI we need people like you! Biodiversity is vanishing and governments are not addressing it.
ESI is a powerful weapon to save endangered species and rainforest. Glad to have contributed as much as I could as a volunteer through the rainforest conservation program.
I am a supporter of Endangered Species International and Greenpeace, two groups that I respect and do a much needed work to stop destruction of our green and blue planet.
I have been supporting ESI monthly since 2010 and being very happy the way they operate and spend donations. Very effective group.
Big NGOs are too big to operate locally and understand local conservation needs. That's why i am part of ESI because it is not a big charity like WWF or Nature Conservancy, but with strong local projects that are effective in helping nature and endangered animals.
Thank you ESI stafffor helping us in our school project to raise awarness on the pledge for endangered animals. Also, ESI website has a lot of information on endangered animals and coral reefs. Janie
We need more groups like Endangered Species International especially during Trump administration who re doing anything to the environment at home and abroad.
I am active supporter and donor of ESI for their projects to save rainforest. This year, I support projects in Myanmar, Indonesia, and the Philippines to save rainforest. Despite centuries of selective logging, Myanmar has the highest proportion of forest cover in mainland Southeast Asia and some of the region’s most intact forests. So their protection is needed.
IlI teachings changed my leadership perception and has helped me stay safe in the whole University life and vie for various posts and serve the students with dignity.
This organization works tirelessly for all the living beings and wild habitats like rainforest on this planet that don't have a voice in the world. Please donate to them so that they can continue their important work, do it today, think of doing it monthly if you're able. Thank you!
Every acre ESI protects, every river mile restored, every species brought back from the brink and saved, begins with the incredible work of ESI. I was a volunteer in 2014 and 2016. I can attest of the amazing work of ESI. It is not easy but they move forwards despite their limited resources.
ESI strives to protect tropical forests around the world, working directly with the communities who live in, and depend on, these forests. I participated in a 7 day tree planting organized by ESI at to restore rainforest. It was a great opportunity and could see the hard work of ESI. They are amazing!
I support Endangered Species International for their great work to save rhinos and wildlife. Rhinos once roamed many places throughout Eurasia and Africa and were known to early Europeans who depicted them in cave paintings. At the beginning of the 20th century, 500,000 rhinos roamed Africa and Asia. But today very few rhinos survive outside national parks and reserves due to persistent poaching and habitat loss over many decades. Two species of rhino in Asia—Javan and Sumatran—are critically endangered.