Australia
it will stop animals from dieing and help them have a longer and happier life and will keep us much more healthy
United States
I want to save any animal.
India
Its a good thought for living believe me.
United States
Domestic Animal: to provide students a classroom pet that responds to children. In the past a dwarf rabbit was our classroom pet for many years. Wildlife: Students create bird houses for observation. Hatch both praying mantis and butterflies. Students become aware of the interdependence of all life. Students plant and nurture various plants that support animal life.
United States
I will create a blog and post regularly with important information or just some fun facts. Also I will be doing many fundrasiers. The first one will be selling T-Shirts so the profit can go to Jane Goodall Institute. Check out my blog for more information: http://savethechimpanzees.wordpress.com/...and buy a T-Shirt as soon as it is available!
Australia
For this project to be successful I will advertise in my school and around the area where I live until I reach my target. I will then send these phones off to be recycled.
Australia
Plant trees! and educate people about the importance of native forests and wildlife.
Australia
I will hopefully make my wish a reality by continuing my volunteer work with Taronga's Youth At The Zoo (YATZ) program. So far it has inspired me to do what I love and given me an insight into the incredible world of animals. YATZ has provided me with multiple opportunities such as overseas conservation trips. In the next 5 years of the program there will be several opportunities that arise as well as chances to continue working for Taronga and their conservation cause.
United States
Bring friends together to watch birds whenever and wherever I go.
United States
My project will help raise money and awareness for the chimpanzees. I will sell hot chocolate (or other things like that), and then donate the money to Roots and Shoots.

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