Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Saving the Island Fox

For two days I've been in the classroom and not counting creatures in the yard. I've been out talking to school children about biodiversity in California and the endangered island fox.

The island fox is found only one place in the world–the Channel Islands off the coast of southern California. This endangered creature is the perfect example of a neighbor that is in desperate need of help.

I got involved with Friends of the Island Fox because they are local conservation in action– people working together to save a local endangered species. Check out their website

You can make a difference. And it starts with one small creature and one small habitat at a time.

1 comment:

Henry Walloon said...

Great blog Keri.

It seems we have similar blog projects ongoing on opposite sides of the world.