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Help the David Suzuki Foundation save endangered critters by voting today in the $100,000 Call of the Wild contest.

By Jode Roberts, turtle lover

Do you want to save the snappers? Give a hoot for barn owls? Care about the caribou?

Help save species by voting for the David Suzuki Foundation today in the $100,000 Call for the Wild contest.

There is $100,000 up for grabs, and YOU can help us earn a portion of it.

Every time you vote for the David Suzuki Foundation over the next three weeks, we'll get a little closer to protecting endangered species.

You'll help us save species like sassy snapping turtles, wise barn owls, slimy little Jefferson salamanders, and majestic woodland caribou.

Unfortunately, right now we are in third place.

So please vote today, and vote again every day until September 16th!

PS — if you need a gentle reminder to vote for endangered species, you can download our helpful reminder straight to your calendar.

August 24, 2012
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/panther-lounge/2012/08/do-you-give-a-hoot-about-endangered-species/

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2 Comments

Sep 18, 2012
7:10 AM

When was the last time you saw a salamander?

Can't remember, right?

Save the salamanders, man!

Aug 24, 2012
9:03 PM

One has to wonder what it will take for the ones in power to realize that when we destroy our natural food environment then there will be no more (food) … so rivers, oceans, lakes etc. all must be protected in order for our salmon and other creatures to survive and gardens to be healthy!!! Protecting the natural environment is what this is all about and it must be done!! Please support the David Suzuki Foundation they are great advocates for the natural environment and all the living creatures (plant and animal) ….

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