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  • Adopt a Sea Lion - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    on seaside rocks Male sea lions called bulls will gather harems of females which he must defend against other males wishing to mate with them During the breeding season sea lions make all sorts of noises with their barking honking and roaring sounds in order to establish or defend their territory A baby sea lion is able to pick out its mother amongst hundreds of sea lions gathered along the shores just by the sound she makes Sea lions once hunted for their skin and oil have seen their populations come back with the help of international laws to protect them Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a sea lion 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Sea-Lion/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Snow Leopard - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    paws that act as snowshoes that keep them from sinking into the snow They use their heavy fur lined tail as a blanket to cover parts of their body against the cold habitat in which they live They prefer to inhabit steep cliff areas and rocky ravines that provide them with the camouflage they need to ambush unsuspecting prey These rare endangered cats are facing declining loss of habitat due to climate change as well as threats due to the high demand for their coats that are used in making garments and for their body parts that are used for traditional Asian medicine Adopt a snow leopard 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-Snow-Leopard/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Snowshoe Hare - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    hare s snowy habitat is likely to retreat northward further constricting the animals range Warming also may cause snow to melt then freeze crusting the surface and allowing some predators to hunt for the hares more efficiently Snowshoe hares have an interesting adaptation that helps protect them against predators Depending on the season their fur can be a different color During the winter snowshoe hares are white which helps them blend in with the snow In spring and summer the snowshoe hare turns a reddish brown This color helps them camouflage with dirt and rocks Snowshoe hares are nocturnal so look for them at dawn or dusk Adopt a snowshoe hare 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Snowshoe-Hare/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Snowy Owl - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    the winter in southern Alaska New England and states bordering Canada They like to hunt in open fields prairies and farms They can be seen perched on surrounding trees waiting for prey to make a move Snowy owls hunt by sight and sound so even animals crawling through deep snow are fair game for this skilled aerial hunter Unlike most owl species snowy owls are just as likely to hunt in the day and night eating small rodents rabbits and fish Habitat loss is one of the biggest threats to the snowy owls survival Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a snowy 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Snowy-Owl/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Tapir - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    little in millions of years of evolution The tapir s trunk is really an extended nose and upper lip Tapirs are vegetarian browsers that feed on leaves and branches They don t forage on the ground They have few natural predators due to the thick skin on the backs of their necks and are able to run fairly quickly finding shelter in thick underbrush However they are on the Endangered Species list largely due to hunting for their meat and hides and the result of habitat loss Adopt a tapir 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shopnwf.org/Adoption-Center/Adopt-a-Tapir/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Three-Toed Sloth - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    on earth and are so sedentary that algae grow on their furry coat which helps camouflage them in its forest environment Sloths spend almost all of their time in the treetops even sleeping mating and giving birth while hanging in the trees Their low energy diet consists of leaves twigs and fruits Instead of toes their front and hind feet have curved claws that make them well suited to a grasp branches in their forest home The brown throated three toed sloth is threatened by deforestation habitat fragmentation and human encroachment Adopt a three toed sloth 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-ThreeToed-Sloth/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Walrus - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    and fall following the availability of their food sources When ice floes advance and retreat this is the signal for the walrus to begin its migration Climate change may affect these movement patterns Walrus use the 400 700 highly sensitive vibrissae which look like a long moustache on either side of the mouth to forage for clams shrimps crabs tube worms corals sea cucumbers and other prey along the murky ocean floor and can differentiate shapes 3mm thick and 2 mm wide with their vibrissae Help NWF in its efforts to protect and recover the wild places that sustain wildlife Adopt a walrus 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-a-Walrus/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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  • Adopt a Warthog - Symbolic Adoption - Adoption Center | ShopNWF.org
    thick protective bumps of skin which act as pads to cushion the blows when fighting with other males over females during the mating season Warthogs feed on grasses and plants and use their snouts to dig for roots or bulbs They are the only pigs that are able live in areas without water for long periods of time Warthogs often utilize the dens left vacated by other animals such as aardvarks and will use these dens to give birth Outside of protected areas the warthog s range is declining They are often killed for raiding wheat rice and bean fields Adopt a warthog 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-a-Warthog/index.cat (2016-04-30)
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