World Rhino Day

kathryn@bonnerandhindley.co.uk Uncategorized

To celebrate World Rhino Day here’s TEN interesting facts about the amazing animal: The black rhino is the smaller of the two African species Black rhinos are one of the oldest living mammals in the world There is no skin colour difference between the white and black rhino – they are both dark grey in colour Rhinos only have hair …

Polar Bears

The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) Species Survival Commission

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The Climate Change Summit in Paris discussed the clear and urgent threat to many thousands of species as weather systems and habitats change. In response to the US’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, the ICUN’s Director General commented: Read more about IUCN www.iucn.org/news/secretaria/201706/iucn-director-general%E2%80%99s-statement-us-announcement-regard-paris-agreement And how we support them http://www.ywpfoundation.com/projects-we-support/iucns-species-survival-commission/ On the 20 – 22 June the IUCN Specialist Group for …

Polar Bears and Climate Change – A Documentary by YWPF

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A mini documentary film by Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation & Polar Bears International about the devastating effects man-made climate change is having on Polar Bears and our our planets environment. We discover its not too late to help stop a climate catastrophe if we all play our part. See www.YWPFoundation.com for ideas of how you can help. This includes signing …