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The John Aspinall Foundation 
Description: The John Aspinall Foundation in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks is devoted to saving rare and endangered animals, returning them to protected areas in the wild. As a charity we rely on the support of the general public to help fund our work.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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Save India's Tigers 
Description: At www.saveindiastigers.co.uk what we mean by 'India's Tigers' are the Bengal tigers, Royal Bengal tigers, white tigers or white Bengal tigers. It is vital we all come together saving Indian tigers in what is called 'The age of extinction' for tigers as a whole.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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Rainforest Concern 
Description: Rainforest Concern was established as a registered charity in 1993 to protect the world?s tropical rainforests and the incredible biodiversity they contain, together with the indigenous people who still depend on them for their survival.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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The Woodland Trust 
Description: The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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British Wild Boar 
Description: The site has been created to increase awareness and understanding into this tremendously interesting animal. It is hoped the site will act as a focal point for news, views and opinions on all issues concerning wild boar. Everyone will be catered for, from scientists, conservationists, ecologists, historians, hunters, farmers and interested members of the public.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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DEFRA Wildlife & Countryside 
Description: Provides information about Defra's work on the conservation of wildlife and landscape, and on countryside recreation. The aims are improved enjoyment of an attractive and well managed countryside for all; and effective conservation of wildlife. These are in line with the principles of sustainable development which inform all of our work.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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English Nature 
Description: English Nature, Rural Development Service, The Countryside Agency - Working together to protect and enhance our landscapes and wildlife, promote countryside access and recreation for now and for future generations.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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The Countryside Agency 
Description: The Countryside Agency has over 600 countryside specialists and support staff in the Cheltenham and London headquarters and offices in every region. The Board and staff are experts in rural issues, using skills, knowledge and the lessons learned to influence others.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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Earth Watch 
Description: Earthwatch is an international environmental charity which is committed to conserving the diversity and integrity of life on earth to meet the needs of current and future generations.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) 
Description: From the outset, the founders of the International Fund for Animal Welfare, or IFAW, rejected the notion that the interests of humans and animals were separate. Instead they embraced the understanding that the fate and future of harp seals - and all other animals on Earth - are inextricably linked to our own.
Added on: 06-Mar-2006
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