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Vote Now! Help WildAid win $10,000 for endangered species

WildAid's innovative awareness campaigns have been entered in Nau's Grants 4 Change online competition. The winner receives $10,000 for their project. We need this to launch a new airmedia campaign to educate travellers about the illegal wildlife trade - and what NOT to buy abroad. Follow the instructions below to help win $10,000 for endangered species. Every vote counts! A few minutes of your time could win $10,000 for endangered species!

Celebrate Endangered Species Day!

UPDATE: Absentee bidding is now open for our silent auction!

Our online supporters get a sneak peek at the auction items and a chance to bid before event night! Act now and take something home, with all proceeds benefitting endangered wildlife!

Kung Fu Magazine hosts Tiger Champion Competion

This year, 2010, is the Year of the Tiger. In honor of this noble creature, we are working to help save wild tigers. Tiger Claw’s 2nd KungFuMagazine.com Championship and Shark City Nationals are cooperating with the non-profit Tiger Claw Foundation to bring attention to the plight of the tiger. We are all supporting WildAid, an international non-profit organization. Their mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade within our lifetimes.

WildAid to speak at TED conference

On Wednesday , February 10, 2010 Peter Knights, Executive Director of WildAid will address the TED Conference in Long Beach, California about the threats to marine protected areas and the successful enforcement chain developed by WildAid for the Marine Protected Area of the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.

Chinese Basketball Hero, Yao Ming Acts to Saves the Sharks

Basketball star and China's most popular figure, Yao Ming, today launched a new stage in a hard-hitting campaign to save the world's fast dwindling shark populations. Featuring a new public service announcement (PSA) and major billboard campaign with international conservation group WildAid. Yao timed the launch to take place the day before the first game of Shanghai Sharks basketball team, which he recently assumed control over.

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