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Tiny WLT-US still bravely battling extinction on its margin
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Tiny WLT-US still bravely battling extinction on its margin

Tiny WLT-US still bravely battling extinction on its margin

posted Sept. 30, 2012 from Seattle, WA

    I’m putting this ad in the Seattle Times soon, I’m not sure exactly which day.

It’s intended to draw attention to WLT-US’s effort to save a key piece of the Atlantic Rainforest in Brazil.

Here is the link to WLT-US’s home page:

 

http://www.worldlandtrust-us.org/index.php?page=home

Red-necked Tanager and here is an endemic Tanager of the Atlantic Rainforest.

1 Comment
  • Nichole Baker
    Posted at 16:28h, 03 October

    A huge thank you to Ed Newbold for his continuing efforts on behalf of biodiversity everywhere! World Land Trust-US is very fortunate to have him as a supporter and a friend. We are seeking support, as Ed mentions, to preserve the Atlantic Forest in Brazil, one of the most threatened ecosystems in the world. Serra Bonita, the reserve we are hoping to expand is especially critical to protect given the vast amount of endemics found here- species found nowhere else on earth!You can read more here:
    http://www.worldlandtrust-us.org/?page=serra_bonita
    Thanks again to Ed for all you do for WLT-US! We couldn’t be successful without wonderful people like you.