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 supported ESI for the last 5 years. Very effective group for animals and nature. I really like the fact that they don't waste any resources and that they don't waste money with marketing and fundraising.
The conservation work of ESI in Africa is rooted in its people — and ESI conservation approach focuses on working with local communities, governments, and organizations to conserve and enhance rainforest and threatened wildlife. Very good field projects in Africa....
Endangered Species International (ESI) is addressing this enormous problem at multiple fronts. ESI focuses upon three basic and effective approaches: Remove, Educate, and Enforce existing laws in the five countries in Asia where most plastics are released in the ocean. I have supported this program since last year.
We need to save animals and habitats (forests, deserts, wetlands, oceans...) against their rapid decline. ESI work is doing a great help for some many threatened plants and animals. We need more projects to save what can be save before it is too late..
I have learned so very much about what endangered species and protection really means. Not only fauna but flora as well. The death of one species affects everything all the way up the food chain. It isn't something that happens in a vacuum. I love that they protect a snail or plant and they do for gorillas in Congo and rainforest. Because it all matters, it's all connected.
I had very very rich and memorable experience as a volunteer for Endangered Species International. I hope to be a volunteer again end of this year.
As volunteer for ESI project, we did a lot of nice works to help rainforest like tree planting, monitoring... We can meet a lot of nice people and have new friends ! That's awesome ! A very good program for rainforest...
I am so proud of the work of Endangered Species International. This group is a conservation leader in efforts to protect the many and varied ecosystems in tropical regions. As a former teacher, I used to organized small fundraising for Endangered Species International.
The diversity of life on Earth is astounding. Sadly, this jaw-dropping super-abundance of life is under massive pressure and animal species are on the brink..Thank you to Endangered Species International for its great work...
As a volunteer I participated in ESI coastal cleanup up and mangrove planting to restore biodiversity. It was a very good experience with plenty hard work...Will do it again next year.
Once common throughout Africa and Asia, elephant numbers were severely depleted during the 20th century, largely due to the massive ivory trade and habitat destruction. I support ESI projects to protect elephants and all other wildlife species in Africa.
The loss of natural spaces and species defines this century. Today, only a small fraction of the Earth’s terrain remains as wilderness or old-growth forests. I passionately support Endangered Species International in protecting rainforests and old-growth forests...
ESI is super. I wish I knew of any other organization that was as good. We need all the help we can get to save nature around the world....
Like rings on a tree, every year is an opportunity to build upon and grow stronger to protect nature and biodiversity. The scale of ESI work is constantly growing and they are embracing it head-on with effective projects on the grounds where it is urgently needed to save biodiversity and wildlife.
Protecting rainforest and the land of indigenous people are very crucial as the land will also provide protection for many endangered wildlife species. It is a vital step in stopping mining, oil and gas extraction and colonization for agriculture. Without the titles to their territories, native tribal groups have no legal instrument to defend their forest from illegal logging and settlers. I support ESI project to help indigenous people to protect their rainforest.
Best year ahead to Endangered Species International. Thank you for everything you do to protect the planet and save nature and endangered wildlife.
I have been a supporter of ESI for 5 years...Very good organization for nature and wildlife.
ESI has been part of successful wildlife recovery and protection stories ranging from western gorilla in Congo to the small tarsier in the Philippines And this in turn is helping protect rich and varied ecosystems while ensuring people continue to benefit from nature. I have been a supporter of ESI since 2009. I will keep supporting their projects to protect endangered gorilla (I visited ESI gorilla project in Congo and was amazed by their remarkable work) and rainforest.
So many species are threatened with extinction..we need to save them and protect their habitats...Endangered Species International is incredible group to help nature against human greed and destruction....
Endangered Species International is one of the best nonprofits to be involved with. They are working hard where it counts, making changes that need to be made right at the source, to protect wildlife and habitat across crucial parts of the world. They have a passion for protecting wildlife and the environment and their spending is exemplary.
I am proud to be part of Endangered Species International with the field projects in the most biologically diverse regions protecting so many endangered plants and animals.
I joined last year ESI work against plastic pollution. Awesome projects to remove plastics from ocean and saving wildlife .
ESI protects and restores habitats for wildlife, conducts recovery projects,and manage nature reserves.
We will keep supporting Endangered Species International because this group is one the most efficient environmental group..
Very hard working group very much worth to support. And more then ever we need to protect threatened animals, rainforests, , wilderness....
The world’s wildlife is being lost up to 10,000 times faster than the natural extinction rate. It is unacceptable and horrifying. Supporting Endangered Species International is a great way to help all those animals and plants in need of help..