1. funkysafari:

Leopard lunchtime, Masai Mara G.R., Kenya by Olivier DELAERE

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    Leopard lunchtime, Masai Mara G.R., Kenya by Olivier DELAERE

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  2. wolverxne:

Fall of Dusk - Mara Triangle, Masai Mara, Kenya | by { Mark Dumbleton }

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    Fall of Dusk - Mara Triangle, Masai Mara, Kenya | by { Mark Dumbleton }

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  3. funkysafari:

Northern Gray Cheek Salamander (Plethodon montanus) Wautauga County, North Carolina, USA by John P Clare

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    Northern Gray Cheek Salamander (Plethodon montanus) Wautauga County, North Carolina, USA by John P Clare

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  4. giraffeinatree:

In the distance by Glyn Dewis

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    In the distance by 

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  5. wonderous-world:

Lone Wolf by Daniel Trim

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    Lone Wolf by Daniel Trim

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  6. giraffeinatree:

Photo by ucumari
The Tiger’s Plight
Wild tiger numbers are at an all-time low. We have lost 97% of wild tigers in just over a century. Tigers may be one of the most revered animals, but they are also vulnerable to extinction. As few as 3,200 exist in the wild today. Across their range, tigers face unrelenting pressure from poaching, retaliatory killings and habitat loss. They are forced to compete for space with dense and often growing human populations. They are hunted out of fear, ignorance, and for use in traditional medicine in indigenous south and southeast Asian cultures (with little scientific evidence to support claims of effectiveness).
What You Can Do
First and foremost, do not be apathetic. Do not sit there and think that if you don’t do something, someone else will come along and make it all work. Every single scheme in this world has been comprised of individuals who create the whole. So before you think “Oh, what could I even do?” consider the fact that your actions do matter. When you sit there and pass responsibility on to the next person, that’s 50 cents in ad revenue that tigers miss out on. That’s a 10 dollar donation that could have saved a tiger’s life. Your contribution means something; it could mean everything to both the tigers you’re saving and myself.
For this month, giraffeinatree has been fundraising in support of the tiger. We have been raising money through ad revenue and donations, and we have had some success. All money is being donated to the Save the Tiger Fund (STF) - Panthera partnership program to aid in their efforts of saving tigers. Read more about how the money will be used, the animal of the month project, and about tigers at http://giraffeinatree.com/give-back
In the meantime, here is what YOU can do:
Contribute by clicking the ad here at this site, which will donate about 50 cents to towards tiger conservation (free of charge to you and no risk of viruses or malware)
Donate directly, via paypal. You have no idea how far your donations go, and they brighten my day to see them. Please, if you can spare the money, donate. What is 10 dollars even? 2 less Starbucks fraps that month? I understand not everyone is able, but those of you who are, please consider donating.
Share this post in any shape, way, or form possible in addition to one of the above. Spreading the word can do so much, you have no idea. You can also like giraffeinatree on Facebook and spread the word there. 
Everyone is capable of doing the 1st and 3rd, the 2nd would just be bonus. So let’s pull together and save some tigers.

    giraffeinatree:

    Photo by ucumari

    The Tiger’s Plight

    Wild tiger numbers are at an all-time low. We have lost 97% of wild tigers in just over a century. Tigers may be one of the most revered animals, but they are also vulnerable to extinction. As few as 3,200 exist in the wild today. Across their range, tigers face unrelenting pressure from poaching, retaliatory killings and habitat loss. They are forced to compete for space with dense and often growing human populations. They are hunted out of fear, ignorance, and for use in traditional medicine in indigenous south and southeast Asian cultures (with little scientific evidence to support claims of effectiveness).

    What You Can Do

    First and foremost, do not be apathetic. Do not sit there and think that if you don’t do something, someone else will come along and make it all work. Every single scheme in this world has been comprised of individuals who create the whole. So before you think “Oh, what could I even do?” consider the fact that your actions do matter. When you sit there and pass responsibility on to the next person, that’s 50 cents in ad revenue that tigers miss out on. That’s a 10 dollar donation that could have saved a tiger’s life. Your contribution means something; it could mean everything to both the tigers you’re saving and myself.

    For this month, giraffeinatree has been fundraising in support of the tiger. We have been raising money through ad revenue and donations, and we have had some success. All money is being donated to the Save the Tiger Fund (STF) - Panthera partnership program to aid in their efforts of saving tigers. Read more about how the money will be used, the animal of the month project, and about tigers at http://giraffeinatree.com/give-back

    In the meantime, here is what YOU can do:

    • Contribute by clicking the ad here at this site, which will donate about 50 cents to towards tiger conservation (free of charge to you and no risk of viruses or malware)
    • Donate directly, via paypal. You have no idea how far your donations go, and they brighten my day to see them. Please, if you can spare the money, donate. What is 10 dollars even? 2 less Starbucks fraps that month? I understand not everyone is able, but those of you who are, please consider donating.
    • Share this post in any shape, way, or form possible in addition to one of the above. Spreading the word can do so much, you have no idea. You can also like giraffeinatree on Facebook and spread the word there. 

    Everyone is capable of doing the 1st and 3rd, the 2nd would just be bonus. So let’s pull together and save some tigers.

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  7. llbwwb:

(via 500px / Family portrait from Africa by arun Mohanraj)

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    (via 500px / Family portrait from Africa by arun Mohanraj)

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  8. deoxify:

Fish by Chimay Bleue

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    Fish by Chimay Bleue

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  9. giraffeinatree:

Pele on the tree (by Tambako the Jaguar)

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    Pele on the tree (by Tambako the Jaguar)

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  10. deoxify:

Last light lions by Wild Dogger 

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    Last light lions by Wild Dogger 

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