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!
The illegal wildlife trade is a vital and urgent part of ESI. There's been an unprecedented spike in illegal wildlife trade across the world in recent years, which is threatening to overturn decades of conservation successes, especially for many animals and plants. I can only applaud ESI for protected animals against illegal trading, i trust them in their commitment, independent, and trustworthy field work.
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This group is very efficient and deserves all the recognition it can get.I thank them for defending wilderness and the animals that can't speak for themselves.
this group does an incredible work to save endangered species, working in the field to protect their home. Their gorilla project in Congo is admirable by making hunters into conservationists and eco-guides by protecting gorillas and rainforest. Keep up this wonderful work!
I am proud to be volunteer and a member of this hard-working, courageous, passionate and knowledgeable conservation group. I have stopped giving my money to other more well-known groups. My money is on the Endangered Species International.
Endangered Species International does extremely important work on our behalf and on behalf of wildlife and nature. The way they use donations is an example and I can only applaud them for their hard work for nature.
Endangered Species International is at the forefront of one of the greatest issue facing us humans! The global destruction of biodiversity and life on earth. We need nature, but nature doesn't need us. Great field work of ESI, i admire their work, it is a breath of hope.....
I love this place! My cousins told me about this organization last year and have raved about their experience volunteering. http://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/
i volunteered for ESI and WWF and at the end ESI impressed me much better. ESI has qualified, dedicated and passion staff. ESI does not waste resources (unlike WWF!) and work very closely with indegenous people. We did a lot of field work like planting rare trees and conducting education on conservation at schools. At the office of WWF, staff was playing game online, so disgusting....