Kids for Tigers



Kids for Tigers Related

Kids For A Clean Environment (Kids F.A.C.E.):: A free membership, nonprofit children's environmental organization providing environmental information and project ideas to children and educators.

Forever Tigers:: A non-profit corporation dedicated to educating the public about the plight of tigers in the wild. Information about threats to wild tiger populations, an online store, photo gallery, informational articles, and links.

Tigers in Crisis:: Information about endangered tigers, their conservation status, and solutions. General information, a newsletter, image gallery, and an online action taking program.

Save China's Tigers:: Dedicated to in-situ conservation of native cat species in China, particularly the South China tiger. Chinese culture information, action plans, how to help, photos, and rewilding training progress.

Scent Dog Monitoring of Amur Tigers:: On the use of dogs to track and monitor tigers in Siberia. Dog training information, and tiger research progress and findings. [PDF]

Lollipops for Kids:: Lollipops, specialty items and gifts in a variety of flavors, shapes and sizes.

Sundance Kids:: Brochure site for breeder of Boer goats. Ranch located in Stockton, CA, USA.

Millennium Kids:: Young people encouraging active awareness of the environment.

Corrales Kids Ranch:: Breeder of quality NPGA registered pygmy goats, located in New Mexico.

Keep Kids Healthy, LLC:: Keepkidshealthy web site is designed as 'a Pediatrician's guide to your children's health and safety.' It is not meant to replace the medical advice that you receive from your doctor. Instead, we hope to supplement the information that you receive from your child's physician, with a special emphasis on better health through preventative care. Among the features that keepkidshealthy.com offers to parents are free parenting advice, online forums

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Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)
Environmental Protection UK
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW)