All posts tagged Bring Back the Wild

New Bring Back the Wild Projects

New Bring Back the Wild Projects!

We need your help to protect the swift fox, western screech owl, eastern wolf and bobolink!

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Top Ten Animal Saving Success Stories

Since 2010, thousands of Earth Ranger kids have been helping to protect animals by starting their very own Bring Back the Wild campaigns. These amazing young eco-heroes

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Western Bumble Bee Project Wrap Up

As this Bring Back the Wild project comes to an end, it’s obvious that the Western bumble bee has some dedicated Earth Ranger friends! You have done an

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Beluga Whale Project Wrap Up

Beluga whales are pretty loveable; they look like they are smiling and they are so chatty they’ve been nicknamed the “canaries of the sea”! Given their charm, it’s

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Barn Swallow Project Wrap Up

Barn swallows are safely soaring thanks to thousands of Earth Rangers taking action this year to help out songbirds. Over 14,500 kids started Bring Back the

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Blanding’s Turtle Project Wrap Up

Thanks to Earth Rangers like you, these turtles can’t stop smiling (and it’s not just because of the shape of their jaw). Take a look at how you’ve

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Ranger Rosie and the Bees

Meet Rosie. She wrote to us to tell us about how she was inspired to help protect animals after Earth Rangers visited her school. Hi, my name is Rosie.

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Three Whales for the Fundraising Power of One

Every beluga whale Bring Back the Wild campaign is helping to protect not just belugas but also other animals that live in their habitat like narwhals and

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6 Reasons Bees are Your BFF

When you hear the buzzing of a bee, are you scared? Well don’t be! Generally, if you don’t bother them, they will leave you alone. Besides, bees are

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Blanding’s Turtle Update: Getting a Helping Hand

Sometimes getting a little helping hand is all you need when you’re falling behind a bit, like when a teacher gives you five more minutes to finish a