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  • Adopt a Florida Panther - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    species was present throughout most of North America and South America By the 20th century the U S cougar was restricted primarily to the mountains of the West and southern Florida in the East The animals had been wiped out of most of their range by uncontrolled hunting and habitat loss Special recovery efforts have helped the Florida panther population grow from 30 to 70 animals today However habitat loss continues to be a serious threat NWF is working to ensure that cougar habitat in Florida is protected and we need your help Adopt a Florida panther 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-a-Florida-Panther/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Giant Panda - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    most of their day feeding They are skilled tree climbers and efficient swimmers Pandas do not hibernate In the summer they move to higher elevations to stay cool and in the winter they move to lower elevations to keep warm The most serious threat to giant panda is the loss of habitat Much of their lowland habitat has been destroyed by farmers forest clearing and development This fragmentation of habitat can make finding food difficult for the panda Any climate change that alters the natural range of bamboo will also be a detriment to the panda s ability to find food Adopt a panda 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Giant-Panda/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Great Gray Owl - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    or in the dark Great grays will plunge headfirst into deep snow using their ice pick talons tucked under their chins to snatch prey The great gray owl will nest in the tops of broken topped trees or in nests of other bird species They can become very aggressive and will attack anything that gets too close to their young The harvest of timber from the great gray owl s habitat is one the greatest threats to this species Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a great gray 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Great-Gray-Owl/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Great White Shark - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    sense of smell They have organs that can sense the tiny electromagnetic fields generated by animals They also hunt visually watching for prey swimming above them Satellite tracking studies have revealed that great whites migrate long distances sometimes crossing entire ocean basins Scientists agree that the numbers of great white sharks are decreasing worldwide primarily due to over fishing and accidental catching in gill nets NWF works with its members supporters and caring people everywhere to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife as well as the human spirit Adopt a great white shark 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Great-White-Shark/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Grizzly Bear - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    government s list of threatened and endangered species after years of dedicated efforts by National Wildlife Federation and others Unfortunately four other grizzly populations in Montana Idaho Wyoming and the North Cascades in Washington remain listed as threatened Also known as the brown bear the grizzly generally is larger and heavier than the black bear Its name comes from the silver or white tips on its back and shoulder fur A grizzly bear may live up to 35 years in the wild and a male may weigh more than 1 000 pounds Please help us protect grizzlies and other imperiled wildlife throughout America Adopt a grizzly bear 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Grizzly-Bear/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Harbor Seal - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    feeding grounds Harbor seals are noted for their spotted coats and can vary in color from brownish black to tan or gray They spend about half their time on land and the other half in water Wary of people while on land harbor seals will rush into the water if approached too closely or disturbed In fact they have been known to abandon their favorite land spots and their pups if disturbed too often Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a harbor seal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Harbor-Seal/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Harp Seal - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    on the population of fish and other animals on which harp seals feed and quite possibly the seals as well During the warm seasons the seals live along the edge of the arctic icecap As winter sets in and the icecap expands the seals move south until they reach their breeding area and remain there until late spring and early summer when they follow the retreating icecap north The migratory round trip for the northwest Atlantic harp seal population is around 2 000 miles Have the satisfaction of knowing that you re helping to protect these animals and other imperiled wildlife throughout America Adopt a harp seal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Harp-Seal/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Horned Lizard - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    rows of fringed pointy scales down the sides of their bodies are varying shades of brown sometimes yellowish reddish or gray in color with dark blotches on the neck back and tail that help them to blend into the desert Its camouflage is its first line of defense against predators It can also inflate itself like a balloon making its scales stick out so a predator will have trouble swallowing it This lizard can also squirt droplets of blood from its eyes at a predator up to five feet away The blood contains a chemical that tastes bad to wolves coyotes and dogs that might want to eat a lizard NWF works to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife as well as the human spirit Adopt a horned lizard 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

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