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!
Our family supports ESI project to stop the continuous and unacceptable hunting of wild Orangutans in the island of Borneo in Indonesian Province of Kalimantan.
I am a supported of ESI project to stop the decline of the endangered Irrawaddy dolphin. ESI spending is lean and effective. No wasting donations like many other charities, that's why i am 100 % with ESI :)
ESI is fighting hard to preserve our wild heritage in the face of threats from fossil fuel extraction, climate disruption, deforestation, water pollution, wildlife trafficking. ESI is doing an incredible job and the way they spend their budget is lean and exemplary.
I am a supporter of Endangered Species International and Sierra Club. Endangered Species International has very good field programs to protect rainforest, corals, and many threatened animals in places where no others groups operate.
I followed Endangered Species International for many years, and supported as often as I can. In my opinion they are one of the very best conservation organizations in the world. The rainforests and wildlife have a special place in my heart.
ESI efforts on behalf of the environment and wildlife is what I am happy to support
ESI is a terrific grass roots and on the ground organization that truly focus all their effort into stopping the destruction of rainforests, ocean, and so many threatened plants and animals around the world. Thank you for saving our rainforests and wilderness so my children and their can experience them as as well.
Ending deforestation is our best chance to conserve wildlife and defend the rights of forest communities. On top of that, it’s one of the quickest and most cost effective ways to curb global warming. That’s why I am a supporter of ESI for their great work to stop deforestation in the most needed places on planet earth.
ESI is a tireless protector of wildlife and the environment including in far places like the Amazon. I also support Greenpeace.
As a family, we feel like by taking on small actions with them, we are helping make the world a better place, for animals as well.
I have been a monthly supporter of Endangered Species International since 2012. I support their anti-poaching patrols around nature reserves in Africa and their program to protect wild gorillas in Congo.
With DONALD TRUMP'S ASSAULT ON WILDLIFE, we must support more than ever great groups like Endangered Species International. I am confident that my monthly donations will push back against Trump aggressively anti-conservation administration and protect imperiled wildlife for future generations.
ESI is one of the best environmental nonprofits around. They are effective, dedicated, and hardworking to save and protect endangered animals and fast lands covered with rainforest, wetlands..I h.ave supported them for many years and encourage everyone who is concerned about the natural world and its survival to do the same :)
I am proud member of Endangered Species International, the Humane Society, and Environmental Defense Fund. :)
I joined ESI to stop the horrible and destructive huge gold mining project in the Amazon in French Guyana. We must stop this horrible project.
Really one of my favorite environmental charities. In this world with President Trump, it is very important to support amazing work of ESI and others to protect the Nature we need and love.
No organization does more to protect our Mother Earth. Please, everyone support the ESI in all of the good work it does and information that it disseminates to all of us throughout their website.
Endangered Species International and the Humane Society are the two great charities I support. Both doing excellent job for animals.
I support ESI work to stop the huge industrial gold mining project in French Amazon. more people should join: http://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/news_june17.html