Keep Wildlife in the Wild Week:
June 20-24, 2011
Born Free USA is excited to announce our third annual Keep Wildlife in the Wild Week, complete with an awesome auction!
Learn and Act
For each of the five days of Keep Wildlife in the Wild Week, a special Action Alert highlights a species, an animal or an issue that includes easy-to-complete challenges, important "DOs and DON'Ts," and more. It's not just about awareness; it's also about action, compassion and commitment — and we encourage you to share the Action Alerts with everyone you can.
Check back with us each day to see the Action Alerts as they go "live" below.
- Monday, June 20: International Wildlife Protection
- Tuesday, June 21: Trapping/Fur
- Wednesday, June 22: Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary
- Thursday, June 23: Exotic "Pets"
- Friday, June 24: Animals in Entertainment
Sign up for our Action Alert team to receive them on a daily basis.
Bid in Our Auction!
Also, be sure to keep tabs on our Keep Wildlife in the Wild Auction! Choose from more than a dozen unique gifts and make a bid — for your enjoyment and for the animals' benefit! The auction runs June 20-24 and you can peruse the items on a list that's often updated.
Be sure to keep tabs on our Keep Wildlife in the Wild Auction! Choose from more than a dozen unique gifts and make a bid — for your enjoyment and for the animals' benefit! The auction runs June 20-24 and you can peruse the items on a list that's often updated.
Enter Our Wildlife Photo Contest
Have you taken any great wildlife photos — out on a hike, or even in your backyard? If so, we'd like to see them! In fact, we want to collect as many as we can in the coming weeks, and offer prizes for the best submissions. Please enter your favorite photo, or photos (no more than two total per person, please), by July 9, 2011.
Let's Go Wild for Wildlife Week!
Is Keep Wildlife in the Wild Week set to become an Internet phenomenon? With your help it can be! Are you on Twitter? Do you blog? Are you a Facebook personality or a YouTube sensation? If so, simply subscribing to our RSS feed to your social networking site means that we can go viral. We can go global!
AND WE CAN CHANGE ANIMALS' LIVES FOR GOOD.