Presentation on theme: "Wildcare Trust In 2005 Wildcare Trust was set up. It’s aim was simple. Saving animals from being extinction. As a charity it becomes dependent on its wonderful."— Presentation transcript:
Wildcare Trust In 2005 Wildcare Trust was set up. It’s aim was simple. Saving animals from being extinction. As a charity it becomes dependent on its wonderful members for financial support to keep the charity going while it continues it work worldwide. Click the different Logos to see where it takes you ! Membership Types. Wildcare Teens & Kids Fun. Endangered Species. Threats.
Membership Types Threats. Endangered Species. Gold Platinum Silver Wildcare Teens Wildcare Kids. There are different types of memberships on offer. They are all pay monthly and offer some great deals. Each new member aged 13 to 19 will receive a teen membership pack. This will include sample database reports, membership card, leaflet with a tear-off adoption application form. This will all help you get your way to helping protect these helpless endangered animals. Wildcare Teens & Kids Fun.
Wildcare Teens & Kids Fun Membership Types. Threats. Endangered Species. ASIANELEPHANT BALISTARLING BLACKSEABASS BOAD BOXTURTLE BUTTERFLY CALIFORNIACONDOR CARIBOU CAT CHINESEALLIGATOR CONDOR COYOTE CRANE DOG DRAGONFLY DUCK EEL ELEPHANT EUROPEANEEL FISH Chinese Alligator can also eat birds There are over 44 duck species on record A baby elephant stays with its mother for 2 -5 years.
Membership Types. Threats Endangered Species. Wildcare Teens & Kids Fun. The threats affect animals that Wildcare look out for have threats that affect their species. We have been able to categorise them into four main threats that affect the animals; they are climate change, loss of habitat, hunting or predator. Loss of Habitat Deforestation Climate Change Predator New Animals Food Chain Hunting Food Medicine Climate Change Ice Caps