Wildlife Conservation Critically Endangered Animals
Thank you for your time
My name is Chris I was born in Canada, now Twenty-one years old I travel the world seeking to help others. Currently studying Animal Behaviour following disappointing evidence of species becoming critically endangered mainly due to human interaction.
The WorldWildlife Fund has released a species directory with regards to conservation status.
To help combat the extinction of these endangered animals we can volunteer to stop poaching and trade, monitor populations and protect their habitats.
One of the Worlds most endangered cat with a estimated wild population of only 30-40 the Amur Leopard is a high priority in conservation efforts.
Listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List in 2008 the Sumatran Tiger needs desperate help as the estimated population from 2008 has dropped immensely.
We have provided various opportunities to asisst the conservation efforts which include professional zoologist escorts, biologists and local guides.
Any contributions will go towards volunteer conservation in support of these critically endangered species which will take place in Indonesia and Russia
Lets work together to build a better world for future generations