Help third graders protect wildlife and wild places!
The third graders at B.G.I. have been working on a project called Animal Advocates for the last two months. We asked ourselves the question "How can we as animal advocates help endangered species?" and worked to answer it.
The students of Room 5 have focused their research on endangered species of the oceans. Groups in our class studied narwhals, orcas, harp seals, snowy owls, bowhead whales, and emperor penguins.
Through studying these endangered species, we have learned that animals are perfectly adapted to their environment. We also learned that many species are threatened because of human activity such as hunting, pollution, and global warming. These amazing animals need our help to survive!
We are choosing to fundraise for the World Wildlife Fund because they work in over 100 countries around the world, protecting and restoring habitats for wildlife. We were excited to learn that WWF works on sustainable fishing practices and protecting important regions, like the Arctic. Will you join with our 3rd graders to help protect endangered species?
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