Searching for Endangered Species Resources by Individuals (1):
Here are endangered species websites by individuals who have decided to make a difference in the world of endangered species. Descriptions of the websites are from the sites:
1) ESA blawg:
Keith W. Rizzardi, a Florida lawyer, is board certified in State & Federal Administrative Practice. He has chaired The Florida Bar Government Lawyer Section, represented the U.S. Dept. of Justice and the South Florida Water Management District on water and wildlife law matters, and served on NOAA's Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee. ESA blawg is an educational effort by Keith W. Rizzardi. Photos or links may be copyrighted (but used with permission or as fair use). ESA blawg is published with a Creative Commons License.
Rhett Butler founded mongabay.com in 1999 with the mission of raising interest in and appreciation of wild lands and wildlife, while examining the impact of emerging local and global trends in technology, economics, and finance on conservation and development. Today he serves as president and editor-in-chief of the web site.
He is also the senior writer and photographer, creating much of the site's content, including writing more than 8,000 articles and taking more than 60,000 of the photos that appear on the site. Unless noted otherwise (usually at the top or bottom of a page), all content and pictures on mongabay.com have been written or produced by Rhett Butler.
ESPP is a project by artists Molly Schafer and Jenny Kendler. The Endangered Species Print Project offers limited-edition art prints of critically endangered species.
The number of prints available corresponds with the remaining animal or plant populations. For example, only 45 Amur Leopards remain in the wild, so for this edition, only 45 prints will ever be made.
An organization whose mission is to the ensure the survival of the species depicted, is chosen to receive 100% of the sales price of each print.
Welcome to All About Wildlife.com, your online source for news, information and updates about the world’s wildlife, wildlife habitat and endangered species. I am (Paul Guernsey–Editor & Publisher) a lifelong journalist and editor who has written extensively about wildlife and wildlife issues, and this online magazine is the result of a dream I’ve had since even before there was an internet.
That dream has always been to not only regularly publish articles about the world’s wildlife and the environments on which wildlife depends, but to draw the vital connections among all the facts behind those articles, thereby helping my readers to make sense of the vast array of environmental challenges faced by our planet.
Like so many others, I have come to realize that our lives are completely dependent on nature that provides us with clean water, fruits, vegetables, grains, fuel, fresh air, seasonal climates, coastal protection, recreation and scenic landscapes around the world that will take your breath away. It is no wonder then that nature has been immortalized for centuries by poets, musicians, artists and explorers who have appreciated that which has too often been overlooked by others.After hearing from people all over the world who share a passion and concern for the preservation of life’s necessities as well as gifts from nature, this blog was launched to share with you international wildlife news, exciting environmental research activities, political action or inaction, and what each of us can do to ensure that the wisdom of nature endures for the benefit of us all as we are mere caretakers of nature for future generations of all species which have a right to thrive in and contribute to a healthy and beautiful world.
For more information about endangered species go to www.Bagheera.com
For more information about endangered tigers go to www.TigersinCrisis.com