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The World Wildlife Fund sponsors many programs including the Trans-Oceanic Cooperation for Bycatch Reduction, the African Rift Lakes Programme and forest management in Romania and Bulgaria with IKEA, as of 2015. Typically, the World Wildlife Fund provides funding for over 3,000 projects at any given

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As of 2015, animals listed as endangered by the World Wildlife Fund include the Amur leopard, black rhino, leatherback turtle, western lowland gorilla and North Atlantic right whale. Among the factors that cause these and other creatures to become endangered are over-hunting by humans, habitat destr

www.reference.com/article/many-organizations-exist-protect-wildlife-a98bce01f4c20b5b

Hundreds, if not thousands, of organizations exist to help protect wildlife. Some organizations work on an international scale, some work within a national scope and some organizations focus on a state or local level.

www.reference.com/article/degree-wildlife-biology-9c86daca25d10746

Pursuing a career in wildlife biology requires a university education that features labs and fieldwork as well as attendance at lectures. The first two years are spent on common studies. During the following two years, the student decides whether to choose a degree that concentrates on wildlife or f

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Creative uses of wildlife prints include using them to make T-shirts, magnets, skins and wraps for kitchen appliances and window treatments. Office supply stores sell kits that contain sheets of iron-on transfers for T-shirts that fit the paper bays of most printers.

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Some causes of wildlife extinction include habitat destruction, pollution, hunting and introduction of foreign species to an environment. Many causes of extinction are directly related to humans.

www.reference.com/article/organizations-defenders-wildlife-f3a262d3ead53350

Organizations that protect and defend wildlife include the World Wildlife Fund, Defenders of Wildlife and the Nature Conservancy. The World Wildlife Fund is focused on conservation. This organization works in 100 countries and has nearly 5 million members worldwide. The fund operates in partnership

www.reference.com/article/wildlife-management-areas-virginia-7b47ea25f4cf1906

The Big Woods and Pettigrew WMAs are some of the wildlife-management areas in Virginia. The Big Woods WMA is habitat to species such as eastern wild donkeys, bobwhite quail and white-tailed deer. The beech-and-oaks-dominated Pettigrew WMA offers opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, t

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages more than 40 state parks, all of the wildlife in the state, more than 300 wildlife areas and many recreational programs. The organization is a national leader in outdoor recreation, conservation and the management of wildlife in the state.

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Three of the largest wildlife protection organizations are the Wildlife Conservation Society, the World Wildlife Fund and the Defenders of Wildlife. Greenpeace focuses primarily on anti-whaling efforts, while large organizations such as Sierra Club and the Environmental Defense have wildlife protect