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that while Spix's Macaw may be extinct in the wild, over 100 birds still live in captivity? These birds cannot be reintroduced into the wild without a safe place to live. Join us in creating a protected area for these macaws today!
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Rainforest Trust 15h
Since childhood, Samuel has wanted to see the African Forest Elephant. But as he grew older, he realized he needed take serious action to help save these animals if he wanted his dream to come true.
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You can make a difference when you shop Amazon ! Set Rainforest Trust as your AmazonSmile charity to help save the rainforest as you shop.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 14
Happy ! This group of 20 chimpanzees, including four babies, was caught on a camera trap in one of our project sites in Cameroon. 🎥 Video by our partner
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Rainforest Trust Jul 14
Happy ! Help us save and other endangered rainforest animals today.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 13
This week’s goes to for their support. For every bottle sold, 10% of the proceeds are donated to Rainforest Trust to help protect the Peruvian Amazon!
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Rainforest Trust Jul 13
Jaguars are not the only large cats to roam the Amazon rainforest- Pumas do too! These cats can even live in the exact same area of the rainforest, sharing overlapping territories.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 12
Each year, Spoon-billed Sandpipers complete a nearly 5,000-mile migration from Russia to Southeast Asia– quite the journey for a little ! Learn more:
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Rainforest Trust Jul 12
Migratory need your help! Make your gift to protect vital tidal flats in today before endangered birds pay the price.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 11
Rainforest Trust Conservation Guardians need your support! Make your gift now to help provide with the tools and training necessary to continue safeguarding our protected areas.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 11
Camera traps catch some pretty cool creatures when up in the trees! 📷 Photo from
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Rainforest Trust Jul 10
In 2018, Rainforest Trust saved 1.28 billion ! But our work is far from over. Join us in saving acres for our rainforests, our , and our planet today! 🌏
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Rainforest Trust Jul 10
poison dart frogs aren't naturally poisonous? Instead, they get their poison from the insects they eat! 🐸
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BBC News (World) Jul 2
'Football pitch' of Amazon forest lost every minute
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Rainforest Trust Jul 10
Billions of leaves in the Amazon rainforest take in carbon dioxide. So how does deforestation impact global temperatures? via
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Rainforest Trust Jul 10
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Yes, they do! OMA is one of our corporate sponsors.
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Rainforest Trust Jul 9
Howler monkeys get their name from their loud howls. These howls can head for up to three miles, making these the loudest land animals! 🐒
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Rainforest Trust Jul 9
Pak Thale in hosts over 7,000 water , but rapid economic development threatens to destroy these vital tidal flats. Act today to protecting this critical habitat for shorebirds!
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Rainforest Trust Jul 9
Turns out, the Spoon-billed Sandpiper is a bit of a coffee snob.
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SCB Jul 9
A new protected area in Bolivia encompasses more than 2.1 million acres! This makes it nearly as large as National Park in the US, regarded to be the 1st national park created.
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