Posts Tagged ‘living in harmony with wildlife’

Easy Inexpensive Ways to Protect Wildlife

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Are you interested in helping to save wildlife but find you do not have a lot of time or money? According to an article in Greener Ideal, all you would need is a desire and the willingness to help, and we here at Eye Help Animals  couldn’t agree more! Find out the Top 10 Ways to Protect Wildlife While Staying at Home, and lets get started together!

-OC Natalie Kelley

Help! “Wildlife in Crisis”

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Wildlife in Crisis is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation organization based out of Weston Connecticut, about 45 minuets from New York City. Wildlife in Crisis is on the front line of defense for animals and they are responsible for the care and release of approximately 5000 animals a year. You can help by purchasing one of these awesome t-shirts from EyeHelpAnimals and trust that 25% of your purchase for an adult t-shirt at $24.95 will go to saving wildlife. Please visit the online store for t-shirt colors, sizes, editions and other items at EyeHelpAnimals.   

OC- Natalie Kelley                                                                

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Union Grove, WI

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Union Grove Fox Supporters wearing Eye Help Animals Red Fox Pins

This group of concerned citizens from the Village of Union Grove, WI are educating their town about living in harmony with their local population of red foxes.  Tamra Varebrook (center, wearing the gray sweater) contacted us after finding our website via a Google search.  We sent her and her team some of our Red Fox Eye Wildlife Collectible Pins to wear at their annual ‘Super Saturday’ event as part of their outreach and education efforts.  Local groups of concerned citizens are exactly where the spirit of wildlife conservation and habitat preservation begins and lives!  For more information about their efforts, read this article about what’s happening in Union Grove.  Thank you, Tamra, for being an advocate of living in harmony with wildlife!