My Note: Bees are highly endangered and highly important to our food survival. This petition is geared for Pennsylvania residents to sign. If you live elsewhere, just use the link below from this organization (Saving Animals from Extinction) below, who sent me the petition:

EPA Expected to Extend Use of Bee-Killing Pesticides

The Environmental Protection Agency knows that pollinators like bees and butterflies will be threatened if they approve these harmful pesticides – so it’s up to environmental activists like us to fight back and defend bees!

That’s why we’re sending this advocacy petition to the EPA first thing in the morning tomorrow to prove how essential it is to protect pollinators.

Don’t waste another second! We need 10,000 signatures from PA to DEMAND the EPA protect pollinators and STOP the use of bee‑killing pesticides!


Demand the EPA Save Bees →


Bees are already on the brink of extinction – and if the EPA extends pesticide use, we could see a massive impact.

Experts say that we’ve lost about 60% of honey bee hives since 1947! We can’t afford to lose more bees at this rate.

Click the link below to add your name to our petition by midnight tonight and SAVE endangered bees:


Demand the EPA Save Bees →


Bees need you,

Save Animals Facing Extinction


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Petition to Save Wildlife & Save Our Ecological Balance

The UN reports that up to 1 million species are at risk of going extinct in just a matter of years. And this extinction crisis is largely driven by human activity.

The relationship between animals and their environments is what keeps the planet healthy for all of us. But it is a fragile balance. As crucial habitats are destroyed, time is running out for many species. To prevent a global extinction crisis, we must conserve at least half of the planet in its natural state.

It’s up to us to help create a safe future for our planet’s biodiversity. The National Geographic Society is shining a light on threatened species and landscapes around the world by partnering with leading experts and funding on-the-ground research and conservation. Together we can help protect these places—and the species that depend on them—before it’s too late.

You can help save wildlife and their habitats too by becoming a #SaveTogether Wildlife Advocate. Add your name and pledge to do your part.


Sarah F. Stallings
National Geographic Society

P.S.June 21st is World Giraffe Day and I will post something about giraffes @ that time.

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