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MessageSujet: Re: infos   Mar 10 Fév - 9:38

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Pledge to be fur free
When undercover investigators made their way onto Chinese fur farms recently, they found that many animals are still alive and struggling desperately when workers flip them onto their backs or hang them up by their legs or tails to skin them. When workers on these farms begin to cut the skin and fur from an animal's leg, the free limbs kick and writhe. Workers stomp on the necks and heads of animals who struggle too hard to allow a clean cut.

When the fur is finally peeled off over the animals' heads, their naked, bloody bodies are thrown onto a pile of those who have gone before them. Some are still alive, breathing in ragged gasps and blinking slowly. Some of the animals' hearts are still beating five to 10 minutes after they are skinned. One investigator recorded a skinned raccoon dog on the heap of carcasses who had enough strength to lift his bloodied head and stare into the camera.




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Before they are skinned alive, animals are pulled from their cages and thrown to the ground; workers bludgeon them with metal rods or slam them on hard surfaces, causing broken bones and convulsions but not always immediate death. Animals watch helplessly as workers make their way down the row.


Undercover investigators from Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International recently toured fur farms in China's Hebei Province, and it quickly became clear why outsiders are banned from visiting. There are no regulations governing fur farms in China—farmers can house and slaughter animals however they see fit—meaning miserable lives and excruciating deaths. The investigators found horrors beyond their worst imaginings and concluded, "Conditions on Chinese fur farms make a mockery of the most elementary animal welfare standards. In their lives and their unspeakable deaths, these animals have been denied even the simplest acts of kindness."


On these farms, foxes, minks, rabbits, and other animals pace and shiver in outdoor wire cages, exposed to driving rain, freezing nights, and, at other times, scorching sun. Mother animals, who are driven crazy from rough handling and intense confinement and have nowhere to hide while giving birth, often kill their babies after delivering litters. Disease and injuries are widespread, and animals suffering from anxiety-induced psychosis chew on their own limbs and throw themselves repeatedly against the cage bars.


The globalization of the fur trade has made it impossible to know where fur products come from. Skins move through international auction houses and are purchased and distributed to manufacturers around the world, and finished goods are often exported. China supplies more than half of the finished fur garments imported for sale in the United States. Even if a fur garment's label says it was made in a European country, the animals were likely raised and slaughtered elsewhere—possibly on an unregulated Chinese fur farm.

Because a fur's origin can't be traced, anyone who wears any fur at all shares the blame for the horrific conditions on Chinese fur farms. The only way to prevent such unimaginable cruelty is never to wear any fur. Take PETA's pledge to be fur-free today!



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An Iowa Sherriff has announced that 22 charges of livestock neglect and abuse have been filed against six current and former employees of the Hormel supplier that we recently investigated. Learn more and urge Hormel to take action!


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MessageSujet: Re: infos   Mar 10 Fév - 10:04

Noticia del 18 de octubre de 2008



Many youngsters dabble in devilish behavior this time of year, and often, animals are the targets of their pranks. But what's a "treat" for the kids can be a cruel trick for a dog or cat. Here are some tips to help keep your animals safe on this haunting holiday:

Most importantly, keep animals inside. For cats-especially black cats, who have unfairly been associated with "evil forces"-the days leading up to Halloween can be dark, indeed, as pranksters often go on the prowl for roaming kitties. In fact, many animal shelters refuse to adopt out black cats during the entire month of October. (As a worker at a Detroit shelter put it, "Nobody gets a black cat during the month of October if they ask for one, no matter how nice they are.")

Dogs should be kept indoors, too. Some kids think that letting dogs out of their yards on Halloween is a great trick, but it's a terrifying experience for dogs, who run from the noise and strangely dressed people and become lost. Dogs can also be injured when kids poke at them through fences or pelt them with eggs.

Put animals in a secure room during trick-or-treat time. Cats can quickly slip out the front door, and dogs sometimes try to bite unsuspecting kids, thinking that they're intruders. For everyone's safety, it's best to keep animals inside a bedroom or family room, away from all the commotion.

Don't take dogs on trick-or-treating trips, when most kids are more interested in collecting candy than watching the dog. Dogs can easily become frightened by the endless stream of laughing and screaming children and run off or bite someone.

Keep bowls of candy out of animals' reach, and make sure that kids know not to share their goodies with four-legged friends. All candy (and wrappers!) can cause animals to become sick, and chocolate, which contains an ingredient poisonous to dogs, can kill. A simple cat or dog treat will make animals' Halloween great without making them sick.

Keep curious noses and paws away from candles and party favors. Jack-o-lanterns lit up by candles are appropriately spooky, but they can burn animals (and children) or start fires if tipped over. The ink used in some brightly colored decorations, like orange streamers and paper pumpkins, is toxic to animals, and swallowed balloons or party favors can block an animal's digestive tract.

Remember that animals aren't party props. Fido may look cute wearing a witch's hat, but many animals become upset if forced into clothing. Costumes that are kept in place with tight rubber bands can cut off circulation. And while some party-planners think that it's frightful fun to have a black cat jump out of a closet at guests, the frightened kitty (and guest) probably won't agree.

By taking a few simple precautions, everyone-humans and animals alike-can have a safe and happy Halloween.



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Go Cruelty-Free!
What you put on your face is as important as what you put in your mouth if you don't want to terrorize animals this Halloween. Animal-tested theatrical make-up is guaranteed to horrify compassionate partygoers, but that doesn't mean you have to wear a sheet over your head.

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BuyCostumes.com is the Web's most popular costume store! Shop through this link and 8 percent goes to PETA.
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Why Animals Do Not Make Good Gifts
Although people who give animals as gifts invariably have good intentions, it is unfair to give an animal to anyone unless you are absolutely certain that the person wants that particular animal as a companion and is willing and able to give a lifetime of proper care. Read more.


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MessageSujet: Re: infos   Mar 17 Fév - 11:40

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Please accept my deepest thanks for your support of PETA's hard work this year. I am especially grateful that, even in these challenging times, you never forget that it is animals who suffer the most.

No one is more important to PETA and the animals we serve than you. I am sure you will help us protect even more animals from abuse and neglect in 2009. Your tax-deductible, year-end gift to PETA today will help us stop animal suffering in all its forms in the coming year. :

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In this brief slideshow, I've highlighted some of the remarkable successes that your support over the last year has made possible. :

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Please note that a few of the images from our investigations may be unsettling and they are slides 22 and 23 if you want to skip them.

From convincing global companies such as H&M to stop selling wool from mutilated lambs to our groundbreaking first steps in making horseracing less cruel, PETA's efforts are having an impact. The footage from our undercover investigation of an Iowa pig farm—which led to 22 criminal livestock abuse and neglect charges against farm workers—is a testament to the difference you make for animals with your generous financial support.

I do hope that you'll be inspired by what you see and will consider making a generous gift to PETA today so that we can bring about even more changes for animals, no matter what challenges lie ahead. Whatever you can do for animals this holiday season will be of enormous help and will be truly appreciated.

On behalf of everyone here at PETA, thank you for everything you're doing for animals. Our best wishes to you this holiday season.
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Noticia del 9 de diciembre de 2008 :

In 2008, PETA mounted a remarkable and groundbreaking defense of abused and suffering animals—and we couldn't have done it without our caring friends like you.

Your support is helping PETA build momentum and create a world in which animals are treated with more of the care and compassion they deserve. With your help, we are chipping away at the cruelest devices on factory farms, phasing out animal experiments in favor of humane test methods, turning consumers and designers against the use of skins for fashion, stopping the cruel exploitation of animals by circuses and zoos, and removing dogs and cats from violent and neglectful homes.

In 2009, we plan to bring even more changes to the lives of animals—but we need your help. Your personal commitment to PETA fuels our efforts to ease suffering and to hold animal abusers accountable for their actions.

Please give as generous a tax-deductible, gift to PETA as you can today for the sake of all animals in need.
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From many wonderful victories to milestones for animals across the globe, 2008 has been a busy and exciting year for PETA. Watch our new slideshow to bring back memories of all the best parts of 2008!


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Victory! FDA Nixes Additional Animal-Testing Request
The Food and Drug Administration has ruled against a request for animal-testing by the Center for "Science" in the Public Interest (CSPI), which will spare thousands of animals from suffering and death in laboratory experiments. But CSPI continues to insist on animal testing—take action!


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Emmylou Harris Speaks Up for Dogs and Cats
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Julien recherche d'autres amis des animaux - Le Sap
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Julien Hakam s'est installé sur la commune du Sap depuis trois mois pour assurer sa passion de la protection animale. Agé de 49 ans, il a commencé à sauver des animaux dès l'âge de 8 ans. Il est à la fois colombophile, ornithologue et l'ami des bêtes en détresse.

Installé au lieu-dit « Le Bocage » sur un terrain de plus d'un hectare, Julien souhaite faire aboutir son projet « Le Refuge du Saint-Sauveur ». Dans ce but, il recherche des personnes ayant la même passion des animaux pour créer une association dont il se propose d'être le président. Il héberge actuellement quatre moutons d'Ouessant, une centaine de pigeons, des poules, une oie, une dinde, des oiseaux exotiques, un chien...

Julien veut poursuivre son idéal : « En échange de bénévolat, je suis prêt à héberger une personne. Pourquoi ne pas créer une ferme pédagogique ? Je suis preneur de tout conseil, matériel et aliment, et surtout de bénévoles et de soins vétérinaires ».

Pratique. Site internet : le Refuge de Saint-Sauveur. Tél. 02 33 35 21 29. E-mail : hhodhhod@hotmail.com
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CAMPAÑA DE LA SOCIEDAD ZOOLÓGICA DE LONDRES
Ayuda para salvar a los 10 animales más raros del planeta
Un ejemplar recién nacido del Loris esbelto. (Foto: ZSL)
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La Sociedad Zoológica de Londres ha puesto en marcha un programa para proteger y tratar de evitar la extinción de las 10 especies animales más raras del planeta. Murciélagos diminutos, roedores del desierto o delfines de río tendrán ahora una oportunidad de conseguir una fama y un apoyo que les pueda sacar de la 'lista roja'.
El programa se denomina 'EDGE' (Evolutionaily Distinct and Globally Endangered) y ha recopilado información sobre 100 animales extraños y en peligro de extinción, aunque de momento las acciones más urgentes se centran en el 'top 10' de la lista, para los que los científicos proponen acciones destinadas a recuperar la especie o proteger sus hábitat naturales para evitar su total desaparición.
"Todos ellos son animales completamente únicos. Si desaparecen no quedará nada parecido sobre la faz de la tierra. Su pérdida sería como, para la pintura, que se destruyera la Mona Lisa, que es algo irrepetible", señaló Jonathan Baillie, científico de la Sociedad Zoológica londinense.
Las especies clasificadas como 'EDGE' tienen muy pocos parientes vivos, y son genéticamente diferentes de sus congéneres. Además, todos ellos están en peligro crítico de extinción y necesitan de forma desesperada que se tomen medidas para protegerlos, porque más de dos tercios del centenar de animales incluidos en la lista no reciben ningún tipo de atención por parte de organizaciones ecologistas o instituciones gubernamentales.
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El delfín del río Yangtzé es el animal más amenazado del planeta. (Foto: Stephen Leatherwood)
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El delfín del río Yangtzé. El tímido y casi ciego delfín de aleta blanca o 'baiji' podría tener el dudoso honor de ser el primer cetáceo que desaparece a causa de las actividades humanas. Sólo vive en el río Yangtzé, en China, y en los años 80 quedaban unos 400 ejemplares. Este año, algunos habitantes de la zona dicen haber avistado 13 delfines, pero la expedición que este otoño recorrió el río de arriba a abajo buscando ejemplares no encontró ninguno.
La equidna de Richard Attenborough. Este mamífero, similar a los erizos y descubierto por el naturalista británico, sólo se ha encontrado en las montañas del centro de Papúa. Además de ser muy difícil de encontrar, su rareza reside en que es de los escasísimos mamíferos que ponen huevos.
El 'Hispanian Solenodon'. Se trata de un pequeño mamífero insectívoro similar a una rata y de carácter muy violento. Sólo vive en la isla de Haití, donde además de con el hombre y sus efectos tiene que luchar contra decenas de depredadores, contra los que ha aprendido a defenderse gracias a su saliva venenosa.
Un hipopótamo enano de Liberia. (Foto: ZSL)Un hipopótamo enano de Liberia. (Foto: ZSL)
El camello bactriano. Considerada "críticamente amenazada" por la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (IUCN), la especie recibe su nombre porque en el pasado se suponía, equivocadamente, que era originaria de Bactria, en el norte de Afganistán. Según los últimos datos, unos 400 camellos bactrianos salvajes vivían en Mongolia y otros tantos en Xinjiang, aunque esta última cifra está ahora en duda tras una expedición científica que no ha encontrado ningún ejemplar.
El hipopótamo enano de Liberia. Es un animal solitario y tímido cuyos hábitos son bastante menos acuáticos que los del hipopótamo común. Los incisivos inferiores del hipopótamo enano aparecen orientados hacia delante, al igual que los del hipopótamo común. Pero mientras este último tiene cuatro incisivos inferiores, el hipopótamo enano sólo posee dos. Sólo quedan unas decenas de ejemplares, todos ellos en el país africano.
El Loris esbelto rojo. Es un pequeño animal nocturno natural de las selvas tropicales de India y Sri Lanka. Mide unos 20 centímetros y pesa unos 300 gramos, y se alimenta de insectos, huevos y pequeños invertebrados.
El antílope Hirola. Se trata de un rumiante que vive en la frontera entre Kenia y Somalia, normalmente en las llanuras abiertas y zonas de matorral espinoso. Es un animal prácticamente extinguido, principalmente por culpa del hombre, que los caza hasta su exterminio para conseguir los valiosos cuernos, fuertes y muy estriados, que posee.
El hurón-elefante. Este pequeño roedor, procedente de África, recibe su nombre en honor a la larga nariz que tiene, similar a una trompa de elefante, que le permite encontrar su fuente de alimento: insectos. Entre sus virtudes destaca su velocidad: son capaces de correr a 25 km/h.
El murciélago bumblebee. Posiblemente, el más pequeño del mundo. Y también el mamífero más diminuto del planeta. No es un eslogan publicitario, apenas ocupa lo mismo que una caja de cerillas y pesa unos dos gramos. Casi no quedan ejemplares, todos ellos encontrados en cuevas en Tailandia y Myanmar (la antigua Birmania).
El 'long-eared jerboa'. Un pequeño roedor que vive en los desiertos asiáticos de patas desproporcionalmente largas para su tamaño y que se desplaza de forma similar a los canguros.
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noticia del 25 de diciembre de 2008

Your holiday gift can save farmed animals

Dear Kelly,

For most of us, the New Year's resolutions that we make with the best of intentions will be tossed out faster than the holiday fruitcake. Maybe that's because our typical resolutions—getting organized, pinching pennies, or losing weight—primarily benefit ourselves. Isn't it always more rewarding to help others?

You can help save animals like Lily from the horrors of factory farming. Please, make your special year-end gift today.That's why, this year, I hope that you will join me in resolving to improve the lives of our animal companions, both those who share our homes and the countless others who are at risk of abuse and neglect. There are so many ways that you can make a difference for animals—starting with supporting PETA's efforts to protect cats, dogs, bunnies, birds, and other animals with your tax-deductible donation today.

In these challenging economic times, many people are no longer able to provide food, veterinary care, and other basic necessities for their animal companions. Even worse, many animals are being abandoned; many cats and dogs are being left to fend for themselves in the middle of winter.

We can not ignore this growing problem and let these defenseless animals suffer, but we need the resources to do everything we possibly can to help them.

So please make a tax-deductible gift to PETA today. Every new donor who gives $30 or more will receive PETA's 2009 "Rescued" calendar featuring animals PETA has helped to save from abuse and neglect.

I also hope that in addition to helping PETA reduce the suffering of animal companions in the greatest need, you will consider the following resolutions for the special animals in your own life:

* If you have a dog, pledge to walk him or her every day, even when it's cold outside and you'd rather hide under a blanket. Few things are more important to your canine companion's health and happiness than the opportunity to stretch his or her legs each day.
* Set aside some "kitty quality time" every day to play with, brush, and bond with your cat. It's sometimes too easy to overlook our feline friends, but they can get bored and lonely too.
* Promise to have your cats and dogs spayed or neutered, if you haven't already. These simple procedures help protect your furry friends from many types of cancer and prevent thousands of animals from being born only to end up abandoned on the streets or dumped at animal shelters.
* If there is a lonely "backyard dog" in your neighborhood, try befriending his or her guardian. Start by politely talking to him or her about the dog's needs, such as companionship, fresh food and water every day, and a warm and dry doghouse filled with straw. Many lucky dogs have had their lives changed because someone like you cared enough to intervene.

Sadly, as you know, most companion animals aren't lucky enough to have a caring person like you to look after their well-being. Heartbreaking numbers of them are neglected and beaten by cold-hearted owners. They are trapped in the nightmarish world of dogfighting or chained outside all year long with no shelter from the bitter cold or blistering heat.

For the sake of these desperately needy animals, I hope that I can count on you to make as generous a year-end contribution as you can to ensure that PETA can help these animals.

Thank you for resolving to share your warmth with animals this holiday season. Best wishes to you and your animal companions for a happy, healthy new year!

Kind regards,

Ingrid Newkirk
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P.S. By making a $30 gift as a new donor, not only will you help our work for dogs, cats, and all animals, you'll also receive PETA's beautiful 2009 "Rescued" calendar. Please make a special tax-deductible gift today.
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Kelly, please make a tax-deductible donation today to help PETA stop animal abuse and suffering in the new year and beyond. Become a new donor online today, and your $30 gift will get you both a tax deduction for 2008 and PETA's 2009 "Rescued" calendar. It's not too late.

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You can help save animals like Lily from the horrors of factory farming. Please, make your special year-end gift today.Your support for PETA can change the lives of animals big and small—dogs, elephants, rabbits, chickens, chimpanzees, cats, mice, and all the other living, feeling animals who share this world with us.

This year has been one of the most challenging years in PETA's history. The economic downturn has hurt animals as well as people. But your support ensured that we could continue working at full force to help animals. Among many other victories for animals in 2008, PETA built momentum for sweeping changes to some of the cruelest factory-farming practices and protected thousands of companion animals who were being abused or neglected.

With your faithful support in 2009, I pledge to you that PETA will do even more to help as many animals as possible by doing the following:

* Expanding our historic campaigns to reduce the suffering of animals on hideous factory farms
* Exposing and stopping the horrific cruelty inflicted on animals caged behind laboratory doors
* Shutting down the cruel fur trade by encouraging more designers and retailers to go fur-free
* Providing relief and safety to companion animals who endure abuse and neglect

Time is running out to make your tax-deductible gift for 2008. Please continue to be a vital part of our critical work to help animals by donating online today. Our progress toward a more compassionate, more just world for all animals is only possible with your support.

Thank you for your help. My best wishes to you for the new year!

Very truly yours,

Ingrid Newkirk
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P.S. If you make your $30 or more gift to PETA as a new donor before midnight on December 31, it will be tax-deductible for 2008 (less $7.00 retail value of calendar.) It's a win-win situation—you help animals, receive a great 2009 "Rescued" calendar, and get to save money on your taxes. There is no better investment that you can make toward a bright new year for animals!
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noticia del 25 de diciembre de 2008

For most of us, the New Year's resolutions that we make with the best of intentions will be tossed out faster than the holiday fruitcake. Maybe that's because our typical resolutions—getting organized, pinching pennies, or losing weight—primarily benefit ourselves. Isn't it always more rewarding to help others?

You can help save animals like Lily from the horrors of factory farming. Please, make your special year-end gift today.That's why, this year, I hope that you will join me in resolving to improve the lives of our animal companions, both those who share our homes and the countless others who are at risk of abuse and neglect. There are so many ways that you can make a difference for animals—starting with supporting PETA's efforts to protect cats, dogs, bunnies, birds, and other animals with your tax-deductible donation today.

In these challenging economic times, many people are no longer able to provide food, veterinary care, and other basic necessities for their animal companions. Even worse, many animals are being abandoned; many cats and dogs are being left to fend for themselves in the middle of winter.

We can not ignore this growing problem and let these defenseless animals suffer, but we need the resources to do everything we possibly can to help them.

So please make a tax-deductible gift to PETA today. Every new donor who gives $30 or more will receive PETA's 2009 "Rescued" calendar featuring animals PETA has helped to save from abuse and neglect.

I also hope that in addition to helping PETA reduce the suffering of animal companions in the greatest need, you will consider the following resolutions for the special animals in your own life:

* If you have a dog, pledge to walk him or her every day, even when it's cold outside and you'd rather hide under a blanket. Few things are more important to your canine companion's health and happiness than the opportunity to stretch his or her legs each day.
* Set aside some "kitty quality time" every day to play with, brush, and bond with your cat. It's sometimes too easy to overlook our feline friends, but they can get bored and lonely too.
* Promise to have your cats and dogs spayed or neutered, if you haven't already. These simple procedures help protect your furry friends from many types of cancer and prevent thousands of animals from being born only to end up abandoned on the streets or dumped at animal shelters.
* If there is a lonely "backyard dog" in your neighborhood, try befriending his or her guardian. Start by politely talking to him or her about the dog's needs, such as companionship, fresh food and water every day, and a warm and dry doghouse filled with straw. Many lucky dogs have had their lives changed because someone like you cared enough to intervene.

Sadly, as you know, most companion animals aren't lucky enough to have a caring person like you to look after their well-being. Heartbreaking numbers of them are neglected and beaten by cold-hearted owners. They are trapped in the nightmarish world of dogfighting or chained outside all year long with no shelter from the bitter cold or blistering heat.

For the sake of these desperately needy animals, I hope that I can count on you to make as generous a year-end contribution as you can to ensure that PETA can help these animals.

Thank you for resolving to share your warmth with animals this holiday season. Best wishes to you and your animal companions for a happy, healthy new year!

Kind regards,

Ingrid Newkirk
Ingrid E. Newkirk
President

P.S. By making a $30 gift as a new donor, not only will you help our work for dogs, cats, and all animals, you'll also receive PETA's beautiful 2009 "Rescued" calendar. Please make a special tax-deductible gift today.
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Noticia del 18 de octubre de 2008

Help Send Lucky to a Sanctuary!
San Antonio Zoo elephant is held in cruel isolation



Lucky desperately needs your help. She’s a 48-year-old female Asian elephant who has been living alone at the San Antonio Zoo in Texas since the death of her companion, Alport, almost one year ago. Female elephants are intensely social, making her solitary confinement especially cruel.



In addition to Lucky’s inhumane isolation, she likely suffers from foot problems, as evidenced by the zoo’s frequent foot treatments, and has a large abscess on her back leg. Foot problems are no surprise, as the San Antonio Zoo elephant display is extremely small and outdated, giving Lucky only about one-half acre of barren space.



Foot problems and arthritis, caused by inadequate zoo conditions, are the number one reason for euthanizing elephants in captivity. Another elephant at the San Antonio Zoo, Ginny, was euthanized in 2004 after suffering for years from painful, infected feet and arthritis.



As if all this weren’t bad enough, the San Antonio Zoo is adding a unique twist to Lucky’s story. The zoo is constructing a new attraction that will feature African animals, including elephants. As Lucky is an Asian elephant she will have no place in this new display. Yet rather than retire Lucky to a sanctuary, the zoo has come up with a nonsensical plan to bring in another Asian elephant and then ship out both Asian elephants when the African section is complete!



After 46 years on display in a tiny, unnatural exhibit at the San Antonio Zoo, Lucky deserves to be sent to a spacious natural-habitat sanctuary where she can spend her final years roaming freely in the company of other Asian elephants. Once at the sanctuary and living on soft, natural surfaces, many elephants see improvement in foot problems.



A coalition of San Antonio activists needs your help to urge city leaders to do everything in their power to help Lucky, including sponsoring a resolution to send her to a sanctuary.



Please make a call or send a letter today!



Please write a polite letter to Mayor Phil Hardberger and the following city council members and let them know that:

It is cruel to keep Lucky in solitary confinement.

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Lucky shows signs of foot disease caused by decades of life in a tiny, inadequate exhibit; she must removed immediately from that damaging environment.
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The City of San Antonio should do the right thing and show it cares about Lucky’s welfare by sponsoring a resolution to send her to a sanctuary.
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Lucky’s sorry condition is a black eye for the City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Zoo.


CONTACT: (Here's an e-mail string of all the contacts listed below. If you're sending them each the same e-mail, cut and paste this string into your "cc" field: phardberger@sanantonio.gov,district1@sanantonio.gov, district2@sanantonio.gov, maria.fares@sanantonio.gov, district4@sanantonio.gov,

district5@sanantonio.gov, district6@sanantonio.gov, Debra.Hill@sanantonio.gov, district8@sanantonio.gov, Iris.DeLaGarza@sanantonio.gov

district10@sanantonio.gov )





Mayor Phil Hardberger

P.O. Box 839966

San Antonio, TX 78283

Phone: 207-7060/7107

Fax: 210-207-4168

Email: phardberger@sanantonio.gov



COUNCIL MEMBERS:

District 1 - Mary Alice P. Cisneros

Phone: (210) 207-7279

Email: district1@sanantonio.gov or use the message form at http://www.sanantonio.gov/Council/D1/Contact/form.asp



District 2 - Sheila D. McNeil

Phone: (210) 207-7278

Email: district2@sanantonio.gov



District 3 - Jennifer V. Ramos

Phone: (210) 207-7064

Email: maria.fares@sanantonio.gov



District 4 - Philip A. Cortez

Phone: (210) 207-7281

Email: district4@sanantonio.gov



District 5 - Lourdes Galvan

Phone: (210) 207-7043

Email: district5@sanantonio.gov



District 6 - Delicia Herrera

Phone: (210) 207-7065

Email: district6@sanantonio.gov



District 7 - Justin Rodriguez

Phone: (210) 207-7044

Email: Debra.Hill@sanantonio.gov



District 8 - Diane G. Cibrian

Phone: (210) 207-7086

Email: district8@sanantonio.gov



District 9 - Louis E. Rowe

Phone: (210) 207-7325

Email: Iris.DeLaGarza@sanantonio.gov



District 10 - John G. Clamp

Phone: (210) 207-7276

Email: district10@sanantonio.gov



OTHER ACTION YOU CAN TAKE

The San Antonio News-Express recently ran an op ed about Lucky. You can view it at http://www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/Comment_Luckys_name_has_been_a_misnomer.html. Please write a letter to the editor of the San Antonio News-Express at letters@express-news.net. Include your daytime phone number and address for verification purposes only. No word count is stated, but letters to the editor are generally limited to 150-200 words.



For more information on Lucky’s plight, please visit www.VoiceforAnimals.org (where you can also sign an on-line petition) and www.helpelephants.com.
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La capture des chats d'Ars en Ré (17)
Rappel des faits :
En septembre 2010, la mairie d'Ars en Ré (Ile de Ré) a décidé de procéder à la capture de chats libres sur le territoire de sa commune. Les chats devaient être trappés par un piègeur professionnel et remis au refuge de l'Ile qui est surpeuplé et ne pouvait les accueillir.
es associations locales se sont émues de ce projet et s'y sont opposées - relayant une pétition lancée par des bénévoles http://www.protection-des-animaux.org/ile-re/ - et ont proposé de remplacer la capture par une campagne de stérilisation, avec le soutien de La Fondation Brigitte Bardot.

Où en sommes-nous aujourd'hui :
la mairie d'Ars en Ré n'a toujours pas officiellement abandonné son projet de capture,
des réunions de concertation ont eu lieu entre les associations de l'Ile de Ré et la mairie,
les négociations se sont poursuivies entre la mairie et des acteurs de la protection animale géographiquement proches d'Ars en Ré (une association et une protectrice indépendante),
à l'heure actuelle, aucun projet précis n'a été communiqué,
les associations qui sont montées au créneau au septembre - dont l'ADAF (Association de Défense des Animaux Flottais) - craignent un enlisement de la situation. La difficulté à obtenir des informations et la demande régulière de la mairie de faire cesser la pétition les incitent à la plus grande prudence. Par ailleurs, ces associations insistent bien sur la nécessité d'une convalescence post-opératoire suite à la stérilisation, et de l'immatriculation des chats au nom d'une association.
Merci à tous pour votre mobilisation, la capture n'est pas abandonnée et tout le monde doit rester vigileant.La pétition est toujours active et vous pouvez la signer si vous ne l'avez pas déjà fait.


Les Chats de La Défense (92)
Un collectif d'associations et d'acteurs de la protection animale est en train de s'organiser pour protéger les chats qui vivent sur le site de La Défense dans les Hauts de Seine. La Défense, premier quartier d'affaires européen, est située sur les communes de Puteaux, Courbevoie et Nanterre. Le site accueille par ailleurs des logements (20.000 habitants environ) et un important centre commercial.

La Défense est aussi le lieu de vie, plutôt de survie, de colonies de chats.
Abandonnés ou nés sur le site, ces habitants de l'ombre vivent cachés la journée et sortent la nuit. La peur et la faim sont le quotidien de ces animaux en détresse.
Sur le site de La Défense, ils ont de grandes difficultés à trouver un refuge, un lieu où ils se sentent en sécurité. Ce sont bien souvent des vides sanitaires, des conduits d'aération d'où les personnes qui assurent la gestion du site veulent les chasser, arguant de problèmes d'hygiène et/ou de sécurité.

Les chats sont aujourd'hui considérés comme des animaux nuisibles.
Aux yeux de la loi, ce n'en sont pourtant pas et ils sont protégés par la Convention européenne, le Code Pénal et le Code Rural.

Des associations de protection animale et des personnes se sont émues de la détresse des chats de La Défense et oeuvrent quotidiennement à améliorer leurs conditions de vie. Des nourrisseuses assurent les repas, des associations trappent pour stériliser et tatouer, retirent les chatons, les sociabilisent et les font adopter.

Malheureusement, les chats sont régulièrement déclarés indésirables du petit territoire qu'ils ont réussi à conquérir.
Un projet de capture a été arrêté in extremis en août 2010 grâce à une association et le soutien de la Fondation Brigitte Bardot.
Les gestionnaires du site décrètent et les associations se retrouvent à devoir gérer des situations impossibles, avec très peu de moyens humains et financiers.

Les intervenants de la Protection Animale de La Défense ont décidé de se réunir et de se présenter aux gestionnaires du site afin d'être reconnus comme des partenaires, et de pouvoir négocier une place et des conditions de vie dignes pour les chats.

Ce projet sera développé et son avancement porté régulièrement à votre connaissance via la Protection des Animaux.


Animaux domestiques
Aide pour le refuge de Briançon (05) suite au vol de croquettes
Notre refuge de Briançon, dans les Hautes-Alpes, vient d'être confronté à une situation grave : le vol du stock de croquettes prévues pour les chiens.

Il laisse mourir son chien pour manque de flair
Après une longue agonie, Black est mort d'épuisement. Enfermé par son maître qui le jugeait trop mauvais pour la chasse, ce braque a fini par succomber aux mauvais traitements qui lui ont été infligés. La Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis, partie civile au procès, attend une peine extrêmement sévère à l'encontre du propriétaire.

Chatipi : la solution One Voice pour les chats sans-abri
Alors que One Voice publie un rapport en forme de cri d'alarme sur la dramatique situation des chats sans-abri en France, l'association propose aussi une solution originale et globale visant à régler le problème des chats jetés à la rue. Avec le programme Chatipi, les chats délaissés, en particulier, retrouvent dignité, et les félidés, en général, sont réhabilités dans notre société.

Chats martyrisés : la Fondation finance la totalité des soins
Recueillis par une petite association du Val-de-Marne, une trentaine de félins affamés et maltraités par leur propriétaire sont placés sous étroite surveillance vétérinaire. La Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis a décidé de prendre en charge tous les frais engagés pour leur porter secours.

200 dépouilles de moutons dans une ferme près de Nancy : La SPA porte plainte pour abattage illégal et actes de cruauté
Le 17 novembre dernier, la SPA a appris par une dépêche AFP l'abattage illégal de 200 moutons près de Nancy (54). Le service juridique de la SPA a immédiatement pris contact avec la gendarmerie et le directeur des Services de Protection des Populations de Moselle, pour obtenir confirmation des informations diffusées par la dépêche : le directeur déclarait que « les animaux étaient égorgés à même le sol, dans des box d'abattage faits de bottes de paille (..), certains animaux avaient les oreilles coupées de manière à empêcher toute traçabilité ».

80 chiots saisis dans l'Oise : la SPA voit son enquête aboutir après six années
Ce lundi 22 novembre, la SPA s'est réjouie de l'aboutissement d'une enquête entamée en 2004 à l'encontre d'un éleveur-importateur de la région picarde : 80 chiots arrivés par camion depuis la Slovaquie sont saisis et confiés à la SPA. Nous avons constaté une fois de plus qu'il s'agissait des races très demandées par le grand public et surtout fortement disponibles en animaleries.


Animaux sauvages
Les bébés hérissons menacés à l'approche de l'hiver !
Le Sanctuaire des hérissons recueille chaque année les « orphelins d'automne », ces hérissons abandonnés par leurs parents entrés en hibernation. Une structure unique en France, soutenue par la Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis depuis près de 10 ans.

Wallaby malmené en discothèque : la police enquête
La toile s'est émue du sort d'un petit kangourou introduit à l'intérieur du night-club d'un grand hôtel de Dublin. La DSPCA – organisme irlandais de protection animale – a confirmé à la Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis que la police était sur la piste d'un suspect.

Le Préfet suspend son autorisation de tir de loup, l'ASPAS suspend sa requête
L'ASPAS a déposé un recours devant le Tribunal Administratif de GRENOBLE pour obtenir la suspension en urgence de l'arrêté du préfet de la Drôme du 22 octobre 2010 autorisant le tir d'un loup sur les Communes de BOULC, GLANDAGE et LUS LA CROIX HAUTE.

IFAW réclame instamment un plan de sauvegarde des tigres ambitieux
Alors que les dirigeants des pays abritant des tigres se réunissent ce mois-ci à St Petersbourg en Russie pour élaborer un plan général visant à sauver l'une des espèces les plus menacées au monde, IFAW (Fonds international pour la protection des animaux – www.ifaw.org) exhorte les gouvernements à intensifier leurs efforts pour infléchir le trafic de parties et produits dérivés du tigre.

Un tigre de l'Amour, rare, abattu par des braconniers en Sibérie
Un tigre de l'Amour (ou tigre de Sibérie), une espèce rare, a été abattu hier par des braconniers près de Vladivostock en Russie. Le tigre a été découvert par une patrouille anti-braconnage d'IFAW (Fonds international pour la protection des animaux – www.ifaw.org) dans le district de Khasan dans la province de Promorie. Cette zone de la Russie extrême-orientale frontalière de la Chine abrite les 300 à 400 derniers tigres de l'Amour.

La mort d'un tigre réintroduit dans la réserve de Sariska tire la sonnette d'alarme selon le Ministre
Le Ministre Indien de l'Environnement et de la Forêt, Jairam Ramesh, a qualifié de sonnette d'alarme la mort récente du premier des 5 tigres réhabilités lors de la réintroduction historique de l'espèce dans la réserve de Sariska dans l'Etat Indien du Rajasthan, au nord du pays. Il a pris un certain nombre de mesures pour assurer l'avenir de l'espère dans la réserve.
Environnement
Nagoya : La LPO demande à la France de soutenir un projet ambitieux pour 2020
La LPO et BirdLife International* seront présents à Nagoya (Japon) jusqu'au 29 octobre pour la 10ème Conférence des parties signataires à la Convention sur la Diversité Biologique(CDB). Après l'échec de l'objectif 2010, la LPO demande au gouvernement français de soutenir de manière ferme et définitive un projet pour 2020 ambitieux, et les engagements mondiaux nécessaires pour l'accomplir.

2010, année de la biodiversité ?
Les grands engagements pris en 2002 à Johannesburg lors du sommet mondial pour le développement durable n'ont pas été respectés. La planète connaît un taux d'extinction des espèces sans précédent. One Voice attendait le bilan du sommet mondial de Nagoya pour voir renaître l'espoir.

Après l'ortolan, la LPO dénonce le braconnage de centaines de milliers de petits passereaux dans les Landes
Après s'être rendus dans ce département le 29 août dernier pour le Bruant Ortolan, Allain Bougrain Dubourg, Président de la LPO et les membres de la LPO Aquitaine ont constaté, sur le terrain, ce jeudi 11 novembre, la présence d'installations illégales de capture de plusieurs espèces de petits passereaux (chardonnerets, rougegorges, pinsons des arbres et du Nord, verdiers), tous protégés par la loi.

Drapeau blanc pour le thon rouge !
Du 17 au 27 novembre prochains se tiendra à Paris la 17ème réunion extraordinaire de la Commission internationale pour la conservation des thonidés de l'Atlantique (ICCAT). De l'issue de cette réunion dépendra en grande partie l'avenir du thon rouge.

La Fondation apporte son soutien aux gibbons de Bornéo
Le salut des gibbons d'Indonésie, menacés d'extinction, repose en grande partie sur les actions menées en leur faveur par l'association Kalaweit. Une structure qui bénéficie de l'aide de la Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis depuis sa création.

La Fondation apporte son soutien aux gibbons de Bornéo
Le salut des gibbons d'Indonésie, menacés d'extinction, repose en grande partie sur les actions menées en leur faveur par l'association Kalaweit. Une structure qui bénéficie de l'aide de la Fondation 30 Millions d'Amis depuis sa création.

Thon rouge : Nouvel échec diplomatique pour la France
Les parties prenantes ont fixé un Total Admissible de Captures (TAC) de 12 900 tonnes pour 2011, soit une baisse de 600 tonnes par rapport à 2010, bien loin du maximum de 6 000 tonnes recommandé par les propres scientifiques de l'ICCAT.


Experimentation animale
GAIA et la Coalition européenne pour mettre fin à l'expérimentation animale ont manifesté devant le siège belge d'un fabricant de Botox
Une cinquantaine de militants de GAIA et de la Coalition européenne pour mettre fin à l'expérimentation animale (ECEAE) se sont rassemblés aujourd'hui devant le siège belge de la société Allergan à Hoeilaart, l'un des plus importants fabricants de Botox dans le monde, pour dénoncer les expériences douloureuses pratiquées sur des animaux au cours de sa fabrication.

MEDIATOR : l'expérimentation animale en question
Un an après son interdiction, le Mediator fait scandale : il serait à l'origine de la mort de 500, voire 1 000 patients. Une fois encore, One Voice déplore l'utilisation de l'expérimentation animale pour la mise au point de médicaments destinés à l'humain.
Fourrure
Compte-rendu de la marche contre la fourrure du 23 octobre 2010
Samedi 23 octobre, nous étions plusieurs centaines, environ 350, dans le quartier de l'Opéra pour dénoncer la cruauté de l'industrie de la fourrure qui continue de causer la mort de 50 millions d'animaux chaque année. Ces animaux torturés, dépecés vivants et gazés, électrocutés ou le cou brisé méritent de vivre enfin en paix, la fourrure étant un luxe inutile et cruel.
Industrie agro-alimentaire
Delhaize fait un grand pas en avant pour le bien-être des lapins
Depuis peu, les magasins Delhaize proposent, à côté de la viande de lapins de batterie, également du « Lapin d'élevage alternatif », qui a été élevé dans des parcs et non plus dans des cages. Il s'agit d'une importante amélioration en matière de bien-être animal.

Lancement de la première campagne d'information sur la réalité de l'abattage rituel
Le 10 novembre, L'œuvre d'Assistance aux Bêtes d'Abattoirs, La Fondation Brigitte Bardot, la Protection Mondiale des Animaux de Ferme, la Confédération Nationale des SPA de France, Le Conseil National de la Protection Animale, la Fondation Assistance aux Animaux, la Société Nationale pour la Défense des Animaux et l'Association Stéphane Lamart dévoilent, à l'Assemblée Nationale, la première campagne d'information sur la réalité de l'abattage rituel.

Marchés à bestiaux : le commerce de la souffrance et de la cruauté
Cris de douleur, gestes de peur, coups, violences cruelles, injonctions, blessures mortelles… l'enquête de One Voice réalisée au cœur des marchés à « bestiaux » français révèle la somme de souffrances et de cruauté qui remplissent nos assiettes.

GAIA indignée par l'unilatéralité et la partialité de la proposition du Rapport final des Assises de l'Interculturalité en faveur des abattages rituels sans étourdissement
L'organisation de défense des animaux GAIA est indignée par la proposition du rapport final des Assises de l'Interculturalité, selon laquelle l'abattage rituel doit continuer d'avoir lieu sans étourdissement. Sur ce point, il n'a pas du tout été question de dialogue interculturel, réagit le président de GAIA, Michel Vandenbosch. Aucun des soi-disant experts ne nous a consultés.

Un groupe alimentaire néerlandais tente d'empêcher les supermarchés belges de se tourner vers l'alternative éthique à la viande de porcelets castrés sans anesthésie
Au début de cette semaine, nous avons appris que le groupe alimentaire VION, qui exploite l'un des plus grands abattoirs de porcs d'Allemagne, avait envoyé une lettre à des fournisseurs belges expliquant que le groupe n'accepterait pas de viande de porcs ayant été vaccinés contre l'odeur de verrat. Ce vaccin permet d'éviter aux porcs une castration extrêmement douloureuse. GAIA s'indigne de cette tentative d'intimidation de la part de VION.

La moitié des musulmans belges sont positifs ou neutres à l'égard de l'étourdissement des animaux avant l'abattage
L'organisation de défense des animaux GAIA a révélé aujourd'hui,-jour de la fête du sacrifice- lors d'une conférence de presse à Bruxelles, les résultats d'une enquête d'opinion menée à sa demande par l'agence InSites auprès de 261 répondants musulmans vivant en Belgique. Il s'agit de la 1ère enquête jamais réalisée sur la question auprès de citoyens de confession musulmane.

L'hécatombre de Kingersheim
La PMAF déplore la situation critique de l'élevage intensif « Alsace Oeufs » de Kingersheim où les 140 000 poules pondeuses de l'exploitation meurent les unes après les autres.
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Mobilisation anti-foie gras autour de la St Martin, Rue89 et vidéos
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Mobilisation anti foie gras
Parvis de Notre Dame
Paris - 11 novembre de 11h à 16h



Peut-être avez-vous entendu les publicités de promotion du foie gras diffusées en ce moment sur les radios. La filière du foie gras a décrété que saint Martin était le saint patron du foie gras. Il paraît qu'ils auraient les valeurs de partage en commun... L214 organise une grande opération le 11 novembre prochain sur le parvis de Notre Dame à Paris pour dénoncer cette fumisterie. Nous avons besoin du plus grand nombre de personnes possible entre 11h et 16h. A 11h30 et 14h30, moments forts avec un happening pour symboliser l'ignominie du gavage. Nous comptons sur vous ! Faites passer le message. Merci !



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Tribune de L214 parue dans Rue89



Ce 4 novembre, en Une, Rue89 publie une tribune décryptant l'opération commerciale "A la Saint Martin le foie gras revient". N'hésitez pas à laisser un commentaire sous l'article.


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"La nouvelle guerre de la viande" sur Canal+



Diffusé une première fois le 11 octobre, puis rediffusé plusieurs fois sur Canal+, ce documentaire peut désormais être visionné sur Internet. On y voit le travail d'enquête et d'information de L214 et les moyens développés par la filière viande pour contrer un mouvement qui les inquiète beaucoup...


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Succès pour la manifestation à Mézilles (Yonne)


Plus de 250 personnes ont répondu à l'appel du Collectif contre l'expérimentation animale qui organisait une marche contre un centre d'élevage de chiens destinés aux laboratoires. La demande d'inspection citoyenne s'est heurtée à un mur de silence. Le déploiement de forces de l’ordre face à une manifestation totalement pacifique était démesuré (40 gendarmes, 50 CRS, un hélicoptère). Quoi qu'il en soit, les médias locaux se sont fait largement l'écho de cette mobilisation (y compris France 3 Bourgogne) : un coup de projecteur dont se serait bien passé cet élevage. Ce n'était qu'une étape qui en appellera sûrement d'autres.



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Agenda

Vendredi 5 novembre 2010 : Journée mondiale contre la chasse à la baleine et autres cétacés, 11h à l’Ambassade du Japon, 7 Avenue Hoche - Paris VIIIe.
Samedi 6 novembre 2010 : manifestation contre une messe de Saint Hubert célébrée à Ognon, village situé dans les environs de Senlis (Oise). Le rendez-vous est fixé à 9h30 devant l'église de la commune avant de converger vers le lieu de la manifestation.
Si vous souhaitez participer, contacter : martial.mouqueron (at) yahoo.fr, 06 76 88 51 50.
Jeudi 11 novembre 2010 : mobilisation anti foie gras, 11h à 16h sur le parvis de Notre Dame - Paris IVe.
Dimanche 28 novembre 2010 : Paris Vegan Day 2010, de 11h00 à 23h30 à La Bellevilloise, 19-21 rue Boyer - Paris XXe.
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October 21, 2010

Gulf Update: Take Action Six Months After Nation's Worst Eco Disaster

Wednesday was a dark anniversary for those who care about wildlife and wild places. Six months ago, BP's Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico -- launching a disaster that would spill more than 200 millions of oil and kill more than 6,100 birds, 605 sea turtles and nearly 100 mammals. Today, oil still fouls beaches and wetlands and cripples populations of birds, endangered turtles and other Gulf species. Yet the federal government still hasn't dealt with offshore drilling's frightening environmental risks. Says Kierán Suckling, the Center's executive director, "We should be marking the six-month anniversary of the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history by redoubling our efforts to protect the environment and making sure something like this never happens again."

That's what the Center's doing. Last week we voiced our opposition to the government's premature lifting of the ban on deepwater drilling. Days later, Suckling spoke on the keynote panel at the Society for Environmental Journalists' annual conference about the BP disaster, highlighting the seven lawsuits we've launched to hold the government and BP accountable and showing why we've been leaders in calling for offshore drilling reforms -- which we're not done with, not by a long shot.
Learn more in our press release, check out our revamped Gulf Disaster webpage, and take action to compel Interior to stop rubber-stamping drilling now. Then listen to audio of Suckling speaking at the panel last weekend, where the Center was introduced as "arguably the hardest-hitting environmental group on a national scale."




D.C. Judge May Hand Lifeline to Struggling Polar Bears

There was a glimmer of hope this week for one of the Arctic's most iconic animals. A federal judge has indicated he'll order the Interior Department to reconsider its decision to designate the polar bear as merely "threatened" instead of the more protective status of "endangered." After achieving Endangered Species Act protections for the polar bear in 2008, the Center for Biological Diversity and its allies were in court in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday seeking additional protections for the polar bear, one of many Arctic species imperiled by climate change. Much of the hearing focused on the legal difference between "threatened" and "endangered." The judge rejected the government's argument that the "endangered" designation was only for species facing "imminent" risk of extinction. He indicated he'll send the decision back to Interior to come up with a more reasonable explanation for how those terms should be applied to the polar bear.
The development may be a hopeful sign (though nothing's guaranteed) that more significant protections could be coming for the polar bear and other species threatened by loss of sea ice and other effects of climate change. It's clear they need help: Scientists estimate that if current greenhouse gas pollution trends continue, two-thirds of the world's polar bears will be gone by 2050, including all of Alaska's, while the rest will near extinction by century's end.
Read more in The Washington Post.




Idaho Throws Temper Tantrum Over Wolves (Again)

In a not-so-surprising move, Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter this Tuesday ordered his state's Department of Fish and Game to stop assisting federal authorities in investigating illegal wolf kills. The action won't likely make a difference on the ground: Few wolf poachers in the northern Rockies are apprehended in any event, and the greater threat to the state's wolves is federal predator "control" accomplished through homing in on radio-collared wolves and gunning them and their families down from the air. Otter's move comes after litigation by the Center for Biological Diversity and allies put all northern Rocky Mountains wolves back on the endangered species list earlier this year -- much to the governor's chagrin. We're still pulling out all the stops to maintain gray wolves' endangered species status across the country and opposing the loosening of wolf-control regulations.
Read more on Otter's order in the Billings Gazette. And if you haven't yet, take action now to help us uphold protections for Great Lakes wolves. You can also donate to our emergency Wolf Legal Defense Fund to give us the best chance for success in saving this critical predator.




Warming-threatened Pika Wins in California Court

Following the Center's petition and lawsuits by the Center and Earthjustice, a California judge this Tuesday ruled (for the second time) that the state must reconsider granting protection to the American pika due to threats from climate change. The Center petitioned to protect the tiny, thick-furred mammal under the California Endangered Species Act in 2007 because the species is adapted to survive only on cold mountaintops and is being pushed farther and farther upslope as temperatures rise. After the California Fish and Game Commission rejected our petition, we sued and won a court invalidation of the agency's denial. When the Commission again denied the petition, refusing to confront the science showing the pika is imperiled by climate change, we went back to court. Our newest win should force the Commission to take a comprehensive look at the science showing the pika is threatened with extinction.
The Center is also in the middle of a hard battle to win pika safeguards under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
Get more from The New York Times.




EPA May Block Mountaintop-removal Mine -- Help It Happen

In a huge blow to one of the biggest mountaintop-removal projects ever proposed -- and after nearly 4,200 comments were filed by Center for Biological Diversity supporters -- the Environmental Protection Agency has recommended against approving the devastating Spruce mountaintop-removal coal mine. Last Friday, the agency advised its Office of Water to deny a Clean Water Act permit for the mine, proposed for Logan County, W.V. The recommendation was based on grounds that it would bury almost seven miles of streams and pollute many more miles of nearby waterways after literally blowing off the top of a mountain to mine for coal. The proposed Spruce Mine would also destroy 2,300 acres of forest. If the Office of Water follows the EPA's recommendation later this year, it will be the first time the agency has retroactively denied a mountaintop permit.
Pollution from mountaintop removal mining has been found to cause deformities and reproductive failure in downstream wildlife and has been associated with cancer clusters in human communities exposed to high levels of coal-mining activity. Mountaintop-removal coal mining has already destroyed more than 500 mountains, more than 1 million acres of hardwood forest and more than 2,000 miles of streams in Appalachia.
Read more in the Charleston Gazette and take action by tomorrow night to tell the EPA mountaintop removal is an environmental injustice.




Study: Oil Spill Devastating for Imperiled Bluefin Tuna

Confirming the Center for Biological Diversity's worst fears for one of the Gulf's most amazing fish, a scientific study released Monday estimated that the BP oil spill killed 20 percent of the area's juvenile Atlantic bluefin tuna. Already, overfishing has caused the fish's western population, whose only known breeding grounds are in the Gulf, to decline by more than 80 percent. So the Center filed a petition to protect the tuna in May, just after it spawned in the middle of the worst oil spill in U.S. history. This September, the National Marine Fisheries Service reacted positively to our petition, announcing it will consider Endangered Species Act status for the tuna. That would require the feds to protect the fish from threats like offshore drilling, as well as banning bluefin importation and compelling the set-aside of federally protected "critical habitat."
The bluefin tuna is a massive fish, up to 13 feet long and up to a ton in weight, and among the fastest of all species, swimming at up to 55 miles per hour. This year's oil spill has proven one of the worst bluefin threats yet.
Get more from Mongabay.com and check out our Atlantic bluefin tuna page.




Suit Filed to Save California, Nevada Species From ORVs

In defense of bighorn, sage grouse, trout and other imperiled plants and animals, the Center for Biological Diversity on Wednesday sued the U.S. Forest Service for allowing off-road vehicles in sensitive areas along the California-Nevada border. In March, the agency designated 220 miles of new motorized routes in the area's Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest -- routes that cross key habitat for the federally protected Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep and Lahontan cutthroat trout, as well as sage-grouse nesting habitat. Making matters worse, the Service's decision allows 49 miles of new routes in federally designated "roadless areas" -- which, as the name implies, are supposed to offer large, uninterrupted expanses of roadless land for the sake of both wildlife and people. The Forest Service admits ORVs can hurt wildlife by disrupting behavior, crushing animals, tearing up habitat and impairing water quality for fish and frogs.
"The intrusion of noisy, exhaust-spewing off-road vehicles into roadless areas is completely at odds with the very values for which these areas were protected in the first place," said the Center's Rob Mrowka.
Read more in the Reno Gazette-Journal.




Center LA Times Op-ed: Get the Lead Out
Scientists estimate that more than 10 million birds and other animals die each year through poisoning due to toxic lead in the environment, left behind as fragments from lead hunting ammunition, lead shot and lead fishing tackle. Scavengers like endangered California condors ingest lead in lead-contaminated carcasses, while water birds like swans, cranes and loons eat discarded or lost lead fishing weights that are mistaken for food or grit. Some animals die painful deaths; others suffer for years from lead poisoning's debilitating effects. And people aren't immune -- those who eat lead-shot game meat also risk lead poisoning, especially children.
The Environmental Protection Agency could change that, says a recent Los Angeles Times opinion piece by the Center for Biological Diversity's Jeff Miller. This summer, the Center and allies petitioned the agency to require the use of nonlead hunting ammo and fishing tackle nationwide. Unfortunately, the EPA promptly -- and incorrectly -- denied its power to regulate lead ammo; we await a decision on fishing tackle. "We're asking the EPA to reexamine its decision on lead ammunition and to take a more scientific approach to the decision on toxic fishing weights," Miller writes. "The nation's top environmental agency cannot simply walk away from the preventable poisoning of wildlife."
Read the piece for yourself in the Los Angeles Times.




Flattery Will Get Us Everywhere: Write the Center a Good Review

Last spring, after the Center for Biological Diversity rallied our online newsletter readers to rate us on GreatNonprofits.org, we got so many astoundingly positive reviews it brought tears to our eyes and won us (by a landslide) GreatNonprofits' annual Green Choice Campaign, a contest to find the best eco groups in the nation among 262 total contestants. Though we still have an overall five-star rating (of course!), as primary elections near and political ugliness emerges, we've noticed that a few misinformed individuals have given us negative reviews. What a drag.
Please take a moment to boost our spirits and our chance for winning next year's Green Choice Award by telling the world why you read our online newsletter, contribute to our campaigns, take action online to help us save species and/or just plain appreciate the work we do. Your input makes all the difference.
Review us now here.




Stop Junk Mail, Save Species

Do you cringe -- or even moan, wail or scream -- every time you open your mailbox to a cascade of coupons, catalogues and credit-card offers? You're not alone: The average adult receives 41 pounds of postal junk mail every single year, and most of us don't like it, whether we're thinking about the enormous amounts of energy and resources it wastes or just plain annoyed.
Luckily, the Center for Biological Diversity is in on a great way to you unburden your mailbox for a whole year: Just make a quick trip to 41pounds.org, a nonprofit that stops 80 to 95 percent of junk mail from ever being stamped with your address. Now, when you enlist the helpful services of 41pounds, you can designate more than a third of the fee to go to the Center -- so you'll be saving trees, reducing greenhouse gases and protecting species at the same time.
Reclaim your mailbox with the Center and 41pounds.org today.
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October 22, 2010

3 Teens Kill Kangaroo on School Trip
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The boys were part of a group from Torquay College that was attending a school sponsored three-day camping trip to the Great Otway National Park. One of the teachers came across the eighth-graders “bashing the kangaroo” with a metal rod.



The teacher reported the attack to Principal Pam Kinsman, but the kangaroo died from its injuries.



The Associated Press said Kinsman immediately suspended the students and contacted the local police. The boys were questioned and a criminal investigation was initiated.



Kinsman said she is taking the matter very seriously and the boys will be expelled or assigned community work if the authorities find they did something wrong.



The school is being cautious about how they handle the situation, but from all accounts everyone thinks this was an act of extreme animal cruelty.



Kinsman said she was personally very upset by news of the attack and disappointed. She considers her school to have very high standards of respect for others and the environment.



None of the early accounts of the case seem to indicate that the boys acted in self-defense. In fact the school has already requested advice from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) on how to address the brutality with other students and their parents.



Even animal welfare experts like Sandy Fernee from Wildlife Victoria expressed her shock about the cruelty shown by the three eighth-graders.



She told the Herald Sun, “I’m shocked that our society doesn’t teach our children better and that a teenager can get to that age without having a better understanding of what and what isn’t acceptable.”



Fernee also said that more young people are involved in acts of animal cruelty than five years ago.



RSPCA chief inspector, Greg Boland was upset about the magnitude of the cruelty in this case. He said that “serious intervention needed to take place.”



Boland said the incident would fall under the category of “aggravated cruelty” and the boys could be fined 28,000 Australian dollars ($26,370 U.S.) or be sentenced to prison for two years, under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.



At the time of posting this story a police spokeswoman said one of the students had received a warning and the other two boys were still waiting to see if charges would be pressed.

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The RSPCA in Victoria Australia had an anonymous tip-off alleging cruelty to the kangaroo sparking the investigation.

A Torquay mum, who has a child at the school, yesterday said if the allegations of cruelty were proved to be true, the children should be jailed.

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A WILDLIFE expert says she is shocked by reports of a kangaroo tortured to death by teens, saying more young people seem to be involved in cruelty cases than five years ago.
Three Year 8 Torquay students are suspected of killing a kangaroo with a metal pole while on a school camp in in the Great Otway National Park last week.

The Torquay College students have been suspended pending a police investigation.

Wildlife Victoria CEO Sandy Fernee said she was shocked anyone could bash a kangaroo to death.
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Im shocked that our society doesnt teach our children better and that a (teenager) can get to that age without having a better understanding of what and what isnt acceptable.


RSPCA chief inspector Greg Boland said deliberate acts of animal cruelty carried the maximum penalty of two years jail or up to $28,000 in fines.

"We are very concerned about any situation that involves animal cruelty.
With animal cruelty of this magnitude it is a real concern, he said.

"Certainly some form of serious intervention needs to take place."

Mr Boland said the alleged incident constituted aggravated cruelty under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.

"The RSPCA considers this (incident) is at the higher end of the spectrum of animal cruelty,'' Mr Boland said.

"This is a concern to the RSPCA and must be a concern to society as well and that's why there's got to be some intervention in relation to these juveniles so that this behaviour is not repeated in any way.''

A police spokeswoman said one student had been cautioned while the other two were yet to be dealt with over the alleged September 8 incident.

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September 9, 2010

Prince Harry's Polo Horse Injured ... But the Prince Kept Playing
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Photos have appeared in British newspapers of Prince Harry riding a horse that is bleeding from its side, right where the prince's spurs contact the horse.

Polo players are supposed to take themselves out of the game if their horse is injured. There is also a rule against excessive use of a player's spurs. Harry has been called out by animal advocacy groups and is under investigation from polo authorities.

It is unclear whether the wound on the horse came from excessive use of Harry's spurs or whether it was the result of a collision with another horse.

The most serious punishment the prince could possibly face -- if he were found guilty of excessive spur use -- would be a $75,000 fine, chump change to a man worth forty million dollars.

Polo is a game that is intrinsically cruel to horses. The question is not whether Harry violated polo rules by being too hard on his horse, but whether there is any way to play polo that isn't cruel to the horses.

From our treatment of animals, it's obvious humans have trouble empathizing with animals. They do not understand the cruelty of confining an animal in a zoo, killing an animal for food, or training it to do tricks. Additionally, the wealthy have been shown in studies to be less compassionate, less kind than working class people. Harry is a product of a wealthy human lifestyle that many times views the world as commodities to exploit.

It's unsurprising to know Harry has already been the subject of criticism for his treatment of his polo horses this year. One of Harry's horses collapsed and died of a heart attack after one of his games.

Training animals for sports is no different than training them in circuses. Putting animals through physical and mental stress for human entertainment is inherently cruel for the animals.

According to experts, it is unlikely that Harry will face disciplinary action related to this particular incident. So the best we as animal advocates can hope for is that people who see the images of that bloody horse, stop to think about the impact polo has on horses.

And hopefully they realize that although polo might be considered classier and wealthier, it's no different than other forms of animal entertainment such as rodeos and circuses. Animals do not exist for our entertainment anymore than they exist for our consumption.

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September 2, 2010

Breaking News: Another Offshore Explosion in Gulf

Just this morning, another offshore rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded, serving as a brand-new, tragic reminder of offshore drilling's inherent danger and the urgent need for a moratorium on all offshore oil and gas operations until human and environmental safety can be assured. The explosion -- which injured at least one person and forced 13 to escape into the ocean -- occurred on the Vermilion 380 oil and gas platform, owned by Houston-based Mariner Energy, about 100 miles off the Louisiana coast and 200 miles west of BP's Deepwater Horizon.
"Sadly, today's news comes as no surprise," said Kierán Suckling, the Center for Biological Diversity's executive director. "Offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico is like playing Russian roulette. It's not a matter of if something will go wrong, it's a matter of when. . . . We cannot risk any more disasters."
The Center's expert team is working on this story now and we'll keep you in the know on our investigations -- check our website for the latest: www.biologicaldiversity.org.



10,000th Endangered Leopard Frog Released Into Wild

One small hop for an endangered amphibian represented a giant leap for his entire kind last week, when the 10,000th Chiricahua leopard frog was released into the wild through a reintroduction program in Arizona. The latest release brought 1,500 of the young frogs -- known for their distinctive, snore-like call -- from their hatching place in the Phoenix Zoo Conservation Center all the way to Tonto National Forest, where they hopped into pools to start their new lives. And they'll need plenty of monitoring and protection to stay alive: Livestock grazing, groundwater pumping, water diversion and dams have decimated their Southwest riparian habitat, while nonnative predators eat the frogs and disease, pesticides and climate change present even more threats. It's no surprise that Chiricahua leopard frogs, which need permanent water in their habitat for reproduction, have declined more than any other frog in Arizona.
But the frog earned new hope for survival after winning Endangered Species Act protection in 2002, as a result of a 1998 petition and two lawsuits by the Center for Biological Diversity. Since it got a place on the endangered species list we've kept up the fight for the sensitive herp, suing to protect it on national forests and participating in the crafting of its federal recovery plan. The latest milestone, says the Center's Noah Greenwald, "shows that getting a species added to the list really does lead to action."
Read more in the Tucson Sentinel.




Real Offshore Reform Needed -- Watch Interview on What We're Doing

The Obama administration continues to roll out half-measures intended to show the public that the root causes of the Gulf oil-spill disaster are being dealt with. On Monday, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (which replaced the disgraced Minerals Management Service) announced new rules banning inspectors from regulating drilling projects that employ their family members or close friends. But as Kierán Suckling, the Center for Biological Diversity's executive director, told Reuters, the step is merely "window dressing" that doesn't address fundamental flaws allowing dangerous offshore oil drilling to continue.
Some 200 million gallons from BP's busted oil well flowed into the Gulf of Mexico this spring and summer, leaving behind a staggering, worst-ever environmental catastrophe that will take decades to fix. That's why the Center continues to press for large-scale changes in policies that govern offshore drilling, and to pursue lawsuits -- including a $19 billion claim against BP for violating the Clean Water Act -- to hold corporations and the government accountable for every drop spilled and make sure this never happens again.
Get more from Reuters. Then watch a newly posted interview with Center Director Kierán Suckling and Assistant Director Sarah Bergman discussing the Gulf disaster at Spillapalooza, a Tucson concert held to benefit the Center's Gulf Disaster Fund.




Suit Defends Ice Seal, Species Threatened by Warming

In a lawsuit with important implications for species threatened by global warming, the Center for Biological Diversity and allies are in court this week to earn the ice-dependent ribbon seal another chance at protection. We filed a scientific petition to protect the seal -- threatened by the warming-caused melting of its Arctic habitat -- in 2007, but the National Marine Fisheries Service denied it in 2008, claiming enough sea ice would remain by 2050 that the seal would survive until then. Not only did this conclusion ignore numerous studies by independent scientists (as well as the agency's own data), it was also too shortsighted, relying on projections going just 42 years into the future. Our suit will show, among other things, that looking less than a half-century ahead isn't enough to say climate risks aren't "foreseeable" under the Endangered Species Act.
Read more in Carbon Control News.




Lawsuit Filed to Protect Desert Tortoise From Mining

The Center for Biological Diversity sued the city of Twentynine Palms last week for approving expanded mining on hundreds of acres in California where the desert tortoise roams. Ignoring both the state and federal Endangered Species Acts that protect the tortoise, Twentynine Palms failed to make Granite Construction -- the company behind the project -- obtain permits before the expansion kicks off. The project would expand the existing Granite Mine on 356 acres, with active mining proposed for 178 acres of tortoise habitat.
Having survived tens of thousands of years in California's harsh deserts, the desert tortoise is now in danger of dwindling to extinction due to disease, off-road vehicles, development, habitat loss and other pressures. "Why the city of Twentynine Palms is ignoring state and federal law is mystifying," said Ileene Anderson, a wildlife biologist with the Center. "All projects that affect desert tortoises must go through the permitting process so that this unique species stands a chance at survival."
Get details in our press release and learn about our campaign to save the desert tortoise.




Idaho, Montana Seek OK for Wolf Killings
Despite the restoration of federal safeguards to northern Rockies gray wolves -- recently won in court by the Center for Biological Diversity and allies -- Idaho and Montana are now preparing to seek permission to hunt the endangered canines. This week, Montana officials announced they're going to ask the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to green-light plans for wolf hunts to begin this fall; Idaho will also soon make a similar request. Both states contend that wolf numbers are high enough that hunting won't hinder their recovery, even though there aren't enough wolves to sustain the population in the long term -- especially considering that predator-control agents and livestock owners shoot wolves, including those that would provide a genetic connection between Yellowstone and central Idaho wolves. even though there aren't nearly enough wolves in either state to maintain genetic diversity and sustain populations in the long term -- especially considering that wolves are routinely shot by wildlife agents and ranchers. Hunters in Montana killed 260 wolves last year. In addition, to justify hunting, the statesIdaho and Montana are trying to use a legal provision of the Endangered Species Act that was meant for a completely different purpose.
In fact, the current three recovery plans for the nation's gray wolves -- including Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest -- are woefully outdated and set population goals far too low to support true wolf recovery. The Center filed a scientific petition this summer for a nationwide recovery plan to help wolves repopulate their former range on the West Coast and in New England, Colorado and the Great Plains. We'll continue our decades-long fight for wolf protections and to stop all wolf hunts.
Get more from CBS4Denver.com and read more about the Center's nationwide recovery plan petition.




Judge to Tejon Ranch: Can't Go to Court Against Rare Salamander

A judge ruled this week that Tejon Ranch Company, owner of the biggest swath of private land in California, can't intervene against the Center for Biological Diversity in our suit to speed protections for the struggling Tehachapi slender salamander. This long-tailed, large-eyed amphibian primarily lives on Tejon Ranch -- along with scores of other endangered species, including the California condor -- and is imminently threatened by megadevelopment (i.e., two entire cities) planned for the land. Tejon Ranch Company claims that the salamander will be sufficiently protected by the company's avowal to save some undeveloped land for wildlife . . . and of course, it's afraid federally protecting the salamander would put a hitch in its plans. Fortunately, the court said that the point of our lawsuit -- that the feds must follow a legally required timeline to safeguard the salamander -- should have nothing to do with Tejon Ranch's development schemes.
In 2009, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared that the Tehachapi slender salamander may warrant Endangered Species Act protection, but it failed to meet its deadline to move forward, so the Center filed suit in February. We're determined to make sure the salamander isn't snuffed out by hundreds of thousands of acres of Tejon Ranch's planned houses, hotels and golf courses.
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Court Upholds Safeguards for Steelhead Trout

A federal appeals court has rejected an attempt to strip Endangered Species Act protections from California's Central Valley steelhead trout. The oceangoing steelhead population has been federally protected for more than a decade, and numbers of fish have declined drastically due to habitat destruction from dams, water diversions, urban and agricultural development and other threats. But corporate irrigation interests sued the National Marine Fisheries Service, claiming the fish aren't imperiled because they can breed with resident rainbow trout. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed, pronouncing that migratory steelhead are unique in behavior and biology, are essential to maintaining wild trout populations, and deserve continued federal protection.
The Center for Biological Diversity intervened in the lawsuit in defense of steelhead. We've been helping save West Coast steelhead since 1999, when we launched a successful suit that earned federally protected "critical habitat" for numerous populations of these fish.
Read more in the San Jose Mercury News.




Wildlife Needs Us to Get the Lead Out -- Take Action
To save wildlife from lead poisoning, the toxic metal must be eliminated from the food chain -- so the Center for Biological Diversity and allies have petitioned the Environmental Protection Agency to ban lead in hunting ammunition and fishing tackle. Despite the need to get all lead out of the environment for the sake of birds, other animals and even humans, the EPA has disappointingly denied our request to ban lead hunting ammunition, dodging the science and wildlife-protection issues by claiming the agency legally doesn't have the authority to regulate ammunition. But our fight is far from over. We won't let the feds walk away from preventable wildlife lead poisoning; in fact, as Center Senior Counsel Adam Keats said, "We strongly believe the EPA has the clear authority and duty to regulate lead used in bullets and shot as a toxic substance, and we'll redouble our efforts to remove toxic lead from the environment."
The EPA is still considering our petition's request to ban toxic lead fishing tackle. An estimated 450 million fishing sinkers containing lead or zinc are lost each year in aquatic environments, where birds often mistake them for food or grit and become poisoned and die after ingesting them.
The agency will decide on regulating lead fishing tackle soon -- so please send a message now supporting rules to ban it. Then see photos and videos showing how wildlife suffers from lead ammo and fishing sinkers, learn about our Get the Lead Out campaign and read more in The New York Times.




Developers Will Pay $925K to Protect California Habitat
The Center for Biological Diversity and the Alameda Creek Alliance have signed a significant conservation agreement for a development in the Alameda Creek watershed in the eastern San Francisco Bay Area. The agreement, signed with Alameda County and the city of Pleasanton, will provide $925,000 to preserve habitat for rare alkaline soil plants and restore 85,000 square feet of riparian habitat along Arroyo Mocho, an Alameda Creek tributary. The mitigation agreement resolves the Center's concerns about the environmental impacts of the 124-acre Staples Ranch development near Pleasanton and will help to protect and restore habitat for the endangered San Joaquin spearscale, rainbow trout, western pond turtles and other aquatic wildlife.
Check out our press release.




Scientists Start First Coral Sperm and Egg Bank
If we immediately and dramatically reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, it's not too late to save some of the world's coral reefs in their natural habitat -- the ocean -- from acidification and global warming. But biologists in Hawaii are already preparing for the worst-case scenario, since scores of corals are already in imminent danger of extinction. Just last month, scientists reported that a spike in ocean temperatures off Indonesia is causing the biggest coral die-off ever seen in the region.
The Hawaiian scientists' novel solution? A kind of coral seed bank, in which coral species' sperm and egg cells are extracted, stored and frozen to be saved for one, 50 or even theoretically 1,000 years in the future. Some of the frozen coral-sperm samples have already been thawed and used to successfully fertilize coral eggs, producing viable coral larvae. The coral cell bank currently houses specimens from just two different species (mushroom and rice coral), but its staff intends to store as many species of Hawaiian coral as possible.
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MessageSujet: Re: infos   Dim 26 Déc - 15:45

September 7, 2010

We've reached a crucial moment in our fight to save the animal survivors of Pakistan's devastating floods.

IFAW has already fed thousands of animals - providing wheat bran, wheat straw and high-protein feed to horses, goats, cows, donkeys, water buffalo, sheep and others.

But many more animals are starving, and weakening by the day. Supplies are running low and time is running out for these hungry animals.

With the threat of even more monsoon rains and flooding, their survival may truly be up to you and me.

If there was ever a time to help animals, that time is now.

Please donate today.

Every single dollar donated will go directly to our Emergency Relief efforts, and will be used immediately and where needed most to feed Pakistan's starving animals and help the animal victims of natural disasters.

Here's what's at stake:
200,000 animals have already perished, and millions more at risk of starvation and death;
20% of the crop land in Pakistan is under water; animals used to plow the land will be critical for Pakistan's future once the water recedes;
Milk production in the flooded areas is down drastically; this district is where IFAW's relief efforts are focused;
Humanitarian aid is now pouring into the country, but expanded animal aid is badly needed.
Your donation will make a lifesaving difference.

IFAW's efforts are well underway and animals are already being fed...we are working with the Pakistan-based RAVI Foundation to distribute food to the most needy animals by way of a network of dedicated community leaders...and IFAW is sourcing 230 tons of the wheat straw, wheat bran, and high-protein feed to replace the traditional animal feed of standing crops and forage that has been washed away.

Please join our mission to save Pakistan's starving animals by donating today to our Pakistan Flood Relief project.

The more money we can raise, the more animals we can save.

Thank you,


Fred O'Regan
IFAW President

p.s. News of our feeding programs is spreading rapidly throughout the flooded districts, and the demand for food for starving animals is growing quickly. Any amount you can spare will help, and will go directly towards saving an animal's life. Please, be part of this special lifesaving mission by donating today.
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MessageSujet: Re: infos   Mer 29 Déc - 12:00

December 2, 2010

Portland's Fantastic Fur Free Friday

The photos, news stories, video and descriptions of events around the world are still coming in, but it is clear that Fur Free Friday 2010 was a brilliant success! By next week we will have more to report with a photo slide show, more video and details, but in the mean time, check out this short video edit of a fantastic turnout--over 200 activists--who came out on a cold rainy day to Portland's Fur Free Friday event, to raise their voices together for the animals.

Also, check out the reporting on KPTV Fox 12 of the peaceful, police-escorted march in the streets of downtown Portland.

Fur Free Friday only marks the beginning of the fur buying season, and IDA needs your support these upcoming months to keep up the pressure against Nordstrom in our effort to encourage them to be the first upscale department store to go completely fur-free. Please visit our Nordstrom campaign page and find out what you can do to help.

For more information contact matt[at]idausa[dot]org.
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Fences for Fido Annual Winter Fundraising Celebration
(forwarded from Fences for Fido)

Please join with compassionate, like-minded people to help raise money to build fences and unchain area backyard dogs.

What: Fences for Fido Annual Winter Fundraising Celebration
When: Sunday, December 5, 5:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Where: Sniff Dog Hotel, 1828 NW Raleigh St., Portland

Click here for more information.

Come and enjoy the brand new cinnamon drink, courtesy of the Noble Rot! Noble Rot is generously donating beer and wine, and Sniff Dog Hotel is generously donating the space! Tracy Barry from KGW will be our emcee!

Please RSVP to: info[at]fencesforfido[dot]org.
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A Better World, A Meaningful Life Course
(forwarded from Institute for Humane Education)

Learn to live a joyful life more aligned with your values and to become a more effective, confident leader for positive social change. Sign up for A Better World, A Meaningful Life (January 3-28) a month-long online course offered through the Institute for Humane Education, and cultivate the skills, knowledge and motivation to examine your values, explore new information and do more good for yourself, other people, animals, and the environment.

The course includes a downloadable course curriculum, an interactive online discussion forum, phone mentoring and support from the course faculty, and a copy of Most Good, Least Harm: A Simple Principle for a Better World and Meaningful Life by IHE President, Zoe Weil.

Past course participants have called the course "...powerful, inspiring and life-changing" and "...one of the best decisions that I have ever made."

A Better World, A Meaningful Life is also the perfect gift this holiday season that will bring real meaning to the lives of you and your loved ones and contribute to a just, compassionate, healthy world for all. Each recipient will receive an eco-friendly gift-wrapped copy of the course book, Most Good, Least Harm, and a note telling them about their gift. (Or, we can send the book and card to you to give to them yourself.)

Find out more about A Better World, A Meaningful Life here. _______________________________________________________________
Adoptable Animals
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Hi, I'm Chance

You may remember me from an earlier email. Although many people have fallen in love, nothing has worked out for me yet. I am a slimmer and trimmer boy and I am still being fostered at the IDA office while I am looking for a family to call my own.

Chance is in immediate need for a one month temporary foster home from this December 21 through January 17th. He is a sweet four to five year-old, neutered boy who loves all the people he meets, but would need to be carefully introduced to any new animal family members or friends, and needs to live with someone experienced at handling bully-breed dogs. Please contact Matt at IDA for any leads for fostering or low-cost boarding for this beloved IDA friend. 503-249-9996 or matt[at]idausa[dot]org.
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December 31, 2010

Victory for Sea Lions!
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The decision came after a three-year campaign by In Defense of Animals (IDA) and the Sea Lion Defense Brigade (SLDB) to protect the sea lions living in the Columbia River that runs between Oregon and Washington. Plaintiffs against the state-sanctioned killing included the Humane Society of the United States, Wild Fish Conservancy and two private citizens.

The National Marine Fisheries Service had allowed Oregon, Washington and Idaho to kill sea lions that were living on salmon and steelhead in an effort to increase fish populations in the river. The court ruled that the government did not meet requirements of the Marine Mammal Protection Act. Sea lions, who prey on .04 to 4.2 percent of the spring salmon run at the base of the Bonneville Dam did not have “a significant negative impact” considering the same agencies allow fishermen to take up to 17 percent of the fish returning to spawn, according to IDA.

“This is a huge victory for sea lions and salmon. We are relieved to see an end to the unethical, politically motivated killing of native, protected sea lions,” said IDA’s Northwest Director Matt Rossell. “We hope these agencies will now address the human-caused threats to salmon recovery – over-fishing, introduction of non-native fish, dams and habitat destruction.”

During the 2010 spring salmon season, IDA and SLDB volunteers held vigil near the Bonneville Dam to keep round-the-clock monitors on the trapping and killing and to educate the public and fishermen who continued to think the sea lions were competition. The group of fishermen are urging the government to appeal the decision and recommended that more sea lions should be shot from land and boat, or hauled out and shot.

Twenty-seven sea lions were killed under the program. Ten were taken into captivity. IDA fought an unsuccessful court battle to free one of the 10 sea lions that were taken into captivity. Willy, taken to a zoo in Texas, was misidentified by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and wrongfully removed from the river, according to IDA.

The federal agency has until early January to decide to file an appeal.

The tens of thousands of letters written to stop the killing of sea lions were effective and IDA is busy planning for 2011. With the support of concerned and caring people, they will continue with their campaigns to help animals and marine mammals like Willy and to stop cruel captures, lifetimes of captivity and for some, death.

Check out more of IDA’s 2010 victories for animals here.
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