WARNING- Watch out for these FAKE “wildlife” groups!

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As an animal lover, we are approached by many non profits that sounds like they’re supporting animals and help facilitate “conservation efforts” in different parts of the world. PETA has done sufficient due diligence research to present to you a list of wildlife organizations that are backed by hunting groups. It’s not a surprise why hunters back these groups as they want to ensure an endless supply of “game” animals to hunt. They believe that when a species is pushed to the corner, they are forced into ‘reproduction mode’ which ensures the hunters an endless supply of games to hunt.

The following is a list of non profit organzations PETA opposes on their page. We’ve listed them all on five pages in total

African Wildlife Foundation
1400 16th St. N.W., Ste. 120
Washington, DC 20036
202-939-3333
http://www.awf.org

American Forests
P.O. Box 2000
Washington, DC 20013
202-955-4500
http://www.americanforests.org

American Wildlife Foundation
P.O. Box 1246
Molalla, OR 97038
503-829-9567
http://www.awildfound.org

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8 thoughts on “WARNING- Watch out for these FAKE “wildlife” groups!

  1. Gosh that is depressing. I have heard of the last one and get things from them. I have never donated. thanks for the information.

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  2. The problem with these trophy hunting groups: It is part psychopathic pastime for these individuals and part business as in declaring their expenditure in the Big Game countries (or where ever) as a tax credit under the false pretenses of “CONSERVATION OF THE SPECIES ACT” this give these creeps a license to kill, kill and kill all Wildlife and the Big Game Countries get their money.

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  3. Some of the names are quite shocking. WWF are a big supporter of SCI and sustainable use of wildlife. Trophy hunting included. Most of the African Wildlife charities mentioned are also U.S based. While people donate to these charities, we are struggling here in Africa to help sanctuaries on the ground with the lack of donations because of being lessor known. Research before donating…

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  4. Yes, why isn’t WWF on this list? Where have you gotten your information and where are the links to this information? I have found that anyone can write an article calling other people/charities etc scam artists but there usually are ulterior motives.

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