Wildlife Photos that Inspire

from Wildlife Promise

In 2013, wildlife advocates like you made a big difference—sending over 1.5 million messages to decision-makers in support of wildlife!

Thanks to you orca’s habitat was protected from three harmful coal export terminals proposed in the Pacific Northwest, whooping cranes’ habitat has not been destroyed by a tar sands pipeline, and BP is being held accountable for destroying habitat that dolphins and sea turtles depend on.

Help your friends start 2014 protecting wildlife by sharing the images below on Facebook and Twitter—or by forwarding this blog to your friends.

Moose

Share this moose on Facebook or share the image on Twitter to encourage your friends to help protect moose from tar sands pipelines in 2014—starting today.

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Orcas

Share this orca on Facebook or share the image on Twitter to encourage your friends to help protect orcas from coal pollution in the Northwest.

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Puffins

Share these puffins on Facebook or share the image on Twitter to encourage your friends to help protect puffins from the impacts of climate change.

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River Otters

Share this river otter on Facebook or share the image on Twitter to encourage your friends to help protect river otters from polluters destroying wetlands in the coming year—starting now.

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Dolphins

Share this dolphin on Facebook or share the image on Twitter so that dolphins harmed by the BP oil spill will be able to count on more people to help give them a brighter future.

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In the coming year, we will have some huge opportunities to continue protecting wildlife. Moose, polar bears and puffins will need more people like you taking action to win the fights ahead—thank you for sharing these wildlife with your friends to help them take action for wildlife in 2014.