Proposal to remove all advertising from Focusing on Wildlife

Focusing on Wildlife is a non-profit organization with more than 10,000 members worldwide. Our mission is to actively promote wildlife conservation and habitat preservation. We celebrate the biodiversity of Planet Earth and condemn wildlife crime. Focusing on Wildlife has always been completely free of charge because operating costs could be covered by advertising revenue. However […]

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Focusing on Wildlife is a non-profit organization with more than 10,000 members worldwide. Our mission is to actively promote wildlife conservation and habitat preservation. We celebrate the biodiversity of Planet Earth and condemn wildlife crime. Focusing on Wildlife has always been completely free of charge because operating costs could be covered by advertising revenue. However […]

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Become a “Wildlife Champion” and actively defend the “Biodiversity of Planet Earth”

Earth is most likely experiencing its sixth mass extinction. The planet has been through at least five such catastrophes before, but this is the first one in human history — and the first one with human fingerprints. 58 percent of Earth’s vertebrate animals have been lost since 1970. Habitat loss and wildlife crime are the […]

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No Plan B for Berlin Bees

Can you think of a species which bakes its own food, dances with mates, fight wars against each other, and offer their queens flowery stuff (to make babies)? You’ve guessed it, bees. Not what you expected? Well, bees have been around for 100,000,000 years. That’s 99,800,000 more years than humans have walked the Earth. Recently […]

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For a new relationship with Wilderness

There was a time, not-so-very-distant-at-all, when wilderness management corresponded to “the art of producing sustained populations of wild vertebrates for man’s convenience, pleasure, and use” (Alexander, 1962). Wildlife conservation so far has indeed been more about human satisfaction than natural balance. A healthy wildlife population is one of the pillars of humanity and nature as we understand it. […]

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