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!
Great field projects like the one in Congo to stop thriving trade in ape skulls, bushmeat, and live animal trafficking threatening to wipe out ape populations already stressed by habitat loss and fragmentation. 90% of ESI's spending is directed to field conservation activities, very effective group.
The diversity of nature is essential to ensure our planet remains habitable. That is why we need to stand up to all those who endanger the global web of life – those who plunder the Commons for private gain. ESI is a great group doing an amazing work to save biodiversity, rainforest, coral reefs...I am one of their supporters :)
I support Endangered Species International forest protection because, without healthy, thriving forests, planet Earth cannot sustain life. As much as eighty per cent of the world's forests have been degraded or destroyed.
This is one of my very favorite environmental and wildlife organizations. They do great science and use all the available tools to protect wildlife and create protected areas.. They have a great and well-deserved reputation for getting for being effective and working in remote places like deep in Congo. Keep it up...
Our family fully supports ESI for many reasons. It is a source of inspiration. In their work, ESI focuses on saving populations of the most ecologically, economically and culturally important species in the wild and working in remote and not easy places of the world. Ultimately, by protecting species, we save this beautiful, vulnerable and utterly irreplaceable planet.
I love their projects especially those against illegal wildlife trade, protecting gorillas, and saving rainforests...
Good charity which is 100 percent for wildlife conservation in the wild...I'll be donating end of this year.
I joined with ESI to save even more critically threatened habitats, for the future of the wildlife great and small, and for the future of mankind.