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!
Keep up with your great field projects. I support ESI projects to protecting animals from poaching, reduce global consumption of wildlife products and strengthening enforcement, and providing efficient protected area.
ESI's 100 percent independence on corporate funding makes them free to create and implement strong projects to protect endangered species, rainforests, oceans, and stands against big corporations destroying our planet. I love this charity and their work.
I totally support the Endangered Species International's view that conservation, if it is to be sustainable, has to be in the hands of local people and full support and involvement of the indigenous people. Great work and challenge for ESI...
Endangered Species International is definitely one of my top nature charities. I don't trust or have a lot of admiration towards the big charities like WWF or Conservation International for good reasons and facts. They get support from Starbucks or MacDonald, which produced HUGE waste through their business. ESI is quite the opposite, very strong on ethics, lean expenses, amazing field projects from animals and wilderness in many parts of the world. Great work :)
What i love about the Endangered Species International is that is does not talk about protecting nature and animals but act on it with real and concrete programs in the field that make a real difference for nature where usually no others groups are...
There's has been an unprecedented growth in illegal wildlife trade across the world in recent years, which is threatening to overturn decades of conservation successes. Especially for iconic animals like rhinos, elephants and tigers. I can only applaud the work of ESI in fighting the illegal trade o some many animals and plants and their works in the field going after illegal poachers makes a real impact..Keep doing the great work..
Of all the non-profits I have donated to or worked with, I rate the Endangered Species International at the top. Their direct work in the field where it is needed the most on behalf of threatened and endangered species have been the most effective actions taken to preserve the lands, waters, plants, rainforest, coral reefs...etc
I saw first hand the work of ESI to conserve the world's most important forests to sustain nature's diversity, benefit our climate, and support human well-being especially indigenous people. Thump up! I am a strong supporter of ESI.
As a nonprofit organization, ESI deeply values the trust that has been placed in our support and donations to protect so many endangered species and wilderness lands. To safeguard this critical trust, ESI is committed to best practices in governance, accountability and transparency. This commitment exists at all levels of the organization and for me, it is one of the best charity around.
I love, love, love this organization. AS donor and a professional who has worked on some of the issues this organization addresses, I know that the Endangered Species International is a first class organization making a real difference for the wildlife, environment, our only planet and its inhabitants including us!
I support ESI's efforts to combat illegal wildlife trade. I applaud the combat of ESI against the poaching of an elephant, uprooting of a rare orchid, unauthorized logging of trees, or unlicensed netting of sturgeons....
Saving threatened species and wilderness especially in the tropics is serious race against time. ESI is doing an incredible work with limited resources to save animals and land..Just look how much is just spend for advertisement around the world, and if ESI could get just 10 percent of that, they could make a huge positive difference for the world, unlike advertisement which is destroying our world. Join them like i do...
Endangered Species International is among the top four of about 50 environmental/conservation organizations I researched. They stands well above most others because of i outstanding field work to save many animals and habitats.
Due to skyrocketing consumer demand, particularly from Asia, today’s wildlife traffickers have the resources to outfit their henchmen, I applaud the approach of ESI in working close with communities to stop illegal hunting of so many wildlife. Their work is amazing and has stopped the killing of gorillas where they operate..
Conservation efforts by ESI is making a difference for gorillas. Gorillas share 98.3% of their genetic code with humans, making them our closest cousins after chimpanzees and bonobos. If we cant save and protect gorillas in the forest, can we save then save humans? great work by ESI. Thank you
F ewer than 3,200 remaining tigers in the wild today across thirteen countries, representing a 97% decline and the extinction of 3 subspecies. Do i want a world without wild tigers and without so many wildlife...NO! that's why i am a supporter of Endangered Species International Keep up the good...
Stamping out wildlife crime is a priority for Endangered Species International. I applaud their efforts and field projects making real progress for so many species! Wildlofe crime is the largest direct threat to the future of many of the world’s most threatened species. It is second only to habitat destruction in overall threats against species survival.
Thank you for focusing on protecting wildlife from illegal poaching, reduce consumption of wildlife products, create protected areas, and support local communities.
The biodiversity crisis is the greatest threat of human being a s a while, surpassing maybe even the climate crisis. I am very encouraged by Endangered Species International's passionate involvement in saving right in the field so many endangered species and wilderness where it is needed the most. They have have remarkable spending as well.
I have been long-time supporters of Endangered Species International. ESI not only brings to the attention of people and kids the plight of threatened species, but have fantastic projects in the field to protect them. My favorite group!