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  • Adopt an Orangutan - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    Asia since they spend much of their time in trees They sleep in nests made of leafy branches and also use large leaves to shelter and protect themselves from the rains Adult male orangutans are loners and will make howling calls when they move through the forest to ensure that they stay out of each other s way Mothers however will stay with their young for many years until they develop the skills to survive on their own Orangutans are so dependent upon trees that the most serious threat to them is the destruction of forest habitat from excessive logging Adopt an orangutan 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-Orangutan/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt an Orca - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    or pods of 10 to 20 living on a fish diet Transient orcas live in pods of three to seven and feed on marine mammals including seals sea lions whales and dolphins This diet has won the species the common name killer whale Like other sea creatures orcas face threats from ocean pollution and global warming which may reduce prey species populations Please help us save wildlife from global warming and other threats Adopt an orca 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 Adopt an Orca Adopt a Peregrine Falcon

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-an-Orca/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Peregrine Falcon - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    populated cities deserts and tundra Their name comes from the Latin word peregrinus which means to wander They are commonly referred to as the Duck Hawk because they are known to hunt ducks songbirds and sometimes even bats swooping in mid air to grab prey with their talons Peregrine falcons are the fastest flying birds in the world they are able to dive at 200 miles per hour Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a peregrine falcon 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Peregrine-Falcon/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Prairie Dog - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    keep tabs on the movement of its predators Prairie dogs are considered a keystone species because the colonies they create are often used as habitat by other species They are also a food source for many animals such as eagles coyotes and the endangered black footed ferret Prairie dogs even help aerate and fertilize the soil Humans pose the greatest threat to prairie dogs Because their burrow holes are seen as a threat to livestock they are often poisoned and killed as pests Sometimes entire colonies have been plowed or bulldozed for cropland or development Adopt a prairie dog 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-Prairie-Dog/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Pronghorn - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    miles per hour Pronghorns have the longest land migration in the continental United States migrating between Wyoming s Upper Green River Basin and Grand Teton National Park This 300 mile roundtrip requires crossing government land private lands and ranches with major threats to this species from cars impassable fences and development The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates are working hard to create wildlife corridors for pronghorns and other migratory wildlife to help reduce conflicts between animals and people Two subspecies of pronghorns are on the endangered Species List the Peninsular pronghorn and the Sonoran pronghorn Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a pronghorn 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Pronghorn/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Red-Headed Woodpecker - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    Canadian border in the summer However the more north you are the less likely you are to see a red headed woodpecker because of population and habitat loss Red headed woodpeckers like farmland forest edges stream banks rural neighborhoods and forests with oak or beech trees The red headed woodpecker is not your typical woodpecker Most woodpeckers feed by using their strong bill to drill into bark and remove insects from inside of trees Red headed woodpeckers do this but they also chase after flying insects and eat acorns They are omnivores and will eat whatever is available Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a red headed woodpecker 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-RedHeaded-Woodpecker/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Roadrunner - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    bird has feet with two forward toes and two behind toes When a roadrunner senses danger it flies short distances but cannot keep its large body airborne for more than a few seconds so it prefers walking or running They inhabit open terrain scattered with brush or other desert scrub Because of their lightening speed roadrunners are one of the few animals that prey upon rattlesnakes Loss of habitat and urban encroachment are major threats to the roadrunner s existence Construction of roads through the roadrunners natural habitat and the increase in vehicle activity also pose a threat Adopt a roadrunner 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-a-Roadrunner/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Ruby-Throated Hummingbird - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    use of pesticides and habitat lose pose a great threat to the future survival of the hummingbird Hummingbirds are very small and weigh less than a quarter of an ounce They move quickly by rapidly beating their wings and are the only birds that are able to fly backwards and hover in one spot Ruby throated hummingbirds call with a mouse like squeak and the beat of the wings makes a humming sound hence the name hummingbird Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a ruby throated hummingbird 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-RubyThroated-Hummingbird/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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