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  • Adopt an American Robin - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    is common to members of the thrush family Male robins have rust colored feathers on the chest a yellow bill a black head and white outlines around the eyes Males also have gray wings and backs Female robins look similar to males but with much duller colors It is also easier to identify males because only the male robins sing their cheerily cheer up song Their song is easily heard early in the morning before and after sunrise and also at dusk Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt an American robin today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-American-Robin/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt an Anteater - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    keep the ants and other insects on their tongues while they get swept into the anteater s mouth Anteaters have poor eyesight and locate hills or mounds of insects by their keen sense of smell Some anteaters will also search for insects in trees traveling from branch to branch A full grown anteater can eat upwards of 30 000 ants and termites a day These animals are generally solitary and tend not to be aggressive in nature but can be fierce if cornered and will defend themselves with their sharp claws Adopt an anteater today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-Anteater/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt an Armadillo - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    of the nine banded armadillo that includes the U S in its range Armadillos are closely related to anteaters and sloths and live in temperate and warm habitats Cold weather is their enemy because of their low metabolic rate and lack of fat stores Armadillos have very poor eyesight and use their keen sense of smell and long claws for digging to hunt for beetles ants termites and other insects Due to habitat loss and over hunting some of the armadillo species including the pink fairy armadillo are now on the Endangered Species list Adopt an armadillo today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-Armadillo/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt an Atlantic Puffin - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    spring and summer to breed The puffin is finding it more difficult to find its major food sources as fish populations are displaced due to the rise in sea temperatures The shortage of herring their primary food source is causing puffins in some areas to fill the void by hunting and feeding their young the more abundant butterfish This substitution is problematic for many puffin offspring which are often unable to swallow these larger fish causing them to die of starvation Low birth rates high fledging mortality food supply disruption taking four or five years to reach breeding age and more frequent and extreme ocean conditions could prove crippling for puffins Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt an Atlantic Puffin today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-Atlantic-Puffin/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Barking Tree Frog - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    why this is occurring but they do know that water pollution acid rain and the effects of global warming are important factors This species lives in sandy areas such as barrens and in low wet woodlands To help monitor frog populations and increase awareness of amphibian decline NWF has organized Frogwatch USA enlisting the help of more than 3 000 frog enthusiasts in its frog monitoring efforts Please help us save wildlife from global warming and other threats Adopt a barking tree frog today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain Lion Adopt a Northern Cardinal Adopt an Octopus Adopt an Orangutan

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Barking-Tree-Frog/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Barn Owl - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    riverbanks and nest boxes The barn owl is a nocturnal species and has excellent night vision allowing it to easily locate prey at night by sight This owl also has remarkable hearing and its ability to find prey by sound alone is the most accurate of any animal tested Barn owls though widespread are declining in some areas as the old trees and farm buildings where they nest are lost to development Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a barn owl today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a Mountain Goat Adopt a Mountain Lion Adopt a

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Barn-Owl/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Bat - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    diet of nectar and fruit Bats that feed on nectar also serve as pollinators to nighttime blooming plants Bats are the only mammals that can fly Instead of arms or hands they have wings The wings have a bone structure similar to the human hand Bats use their ears to hunt for food They emit a high frequency sound that bounces off of surrounding insects that enables the bat to determine where the insect is located This echolocation system is so advanced and precise that scientists study bats to make sonar equipment for ships Bats are threatened by disease habitat loss pollutants and fear Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a bat today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Bat/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Beluga Whale - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    Arctic and sub arctic waters Young belugas are dark grey or brown in color and fade to white as they mature Belugas are social animals and generally live together in small groups or pods but can travel in groups as many as several hundred They communicate using a diversified language of clicks whistles and clangs One of the biggest threats today to the beluga whale is habitat deterioration in the form of industrial development and the pollution of coastal habitats Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a beluga whale today Cards Adoption Center Adopt an Alligator Adopt an American Goldfinch Adopt an American Robin Adopt an Anteater Adopt an Arctic Fox Adopt an Armadillo Adopt an Atlantic Puffin Adopt a Bald Eagle Adopt a Barking Tree Frog Adopt a Barn Owl Adopt a Bat Adopt a Beluga Whale Adopt a Bighorn Sheep Adopt a Bison Adopt a Black Bear Adopt a Black Jaguar Adopt a Black Capped Chickadee Adopt a Bottlenose Dolphin Adopt a Brown Pelican Adopt a Camel Adopt a Canada Lynx Adopt a Caribou Adopt a Cheetah Adopt a Cownose Ray Adopt a Dall Sheep Adopt a Desert Tortoise Adopt an Eastern Bluebird Adopt an Emperor Penguin Adopt a Florida Panther Adopt a Giant Panda Adopt a Gray Wolf Adopt a Great Gray Owl Adopt a Great Horned Owl Adopt a Great White Shark Adopt a Grizzly Bear Adopt a Harbor Seal Adopt a Harp Seal Adopt a Horned Lizard Adopt a Horseshoe Crab Adopt a Humpback Whale Adopt a Jaguar Adopt a Kangaroo Adopt a Koala Adopt a Lemur Adopt a Leopard Shark Adopt a Lion Adopt a Llama Adopt a Mallard Adopt a Marmoset Adopt a Meerkat Adopt a Monarch Butterfly Adopt a Moose Adopt a

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Beluga-Whale/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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