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  Endangered Species Fund of Canada  
  The Endangered Species Fund of Canada (ESFC) is a registered charity (#89032 5640 RR0001) which gives financial assistance to Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park to support their public education and conservation initiates for endangered species.
Zoological Parks are an important tool in protecting species at risk through conservation efforts, research and education. As showcases for species on the verge of extinction, they are an influential means to generate public awareness and concern, encouraging environmentally conscientious and responsible behaviour.  
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Only through the protection of wild spaces, not species alone, will we be able to successfully preserve the Earth's biodiversity. Unfortunately, the majority of the land, water and atmosphere have already been significantly and negatively altered by human influence. Some ecosystems have sustained such damage that they are beyond repair and we struggle to salvage what we can.
Zoological institutions, Aquariums and Botanical Gardens have become genetic refuges for vanishing species. The ultimate goal is to preserve plants and animals, in the safety of captivity; so that once key habitats are protected and restored we will be able to re-establish self-sustaining populations. Many species found today in captivity contribute to the overall survival of their race, whether through the preservation and distribution of its genes, public education with hopes of encouraging responsible environmental behaviour and/or research. Intimate knowledge of the biology and ecology of a species is crucial for future reintroduction programs to succeed.
The ESFC has supported in-situ and ex-situ conservation efforts for such endangered animals as Amur leopards (Panthera pardus orientalis), Snow leopards (Uncia uncia) and Cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus).
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Studies indicate that frequent contact with nature, starting in childhood, is an important part of personal growth and balanced development. Through environmental socialization come the formative experiences and achievements that compel people to become conscientious citizens and responsible leaders. The ESFC sponsors many of Jungle Cat World's education programs, including Safari Zoo Camp and Wildlife Adventure (outreach).
 
   
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$19,891.00 US.

Endangered Species Fund of Canada has been indicated by AFC members as a potential recipient of donations by participating artists. AFC's Art for ConservationTM program, provides a forum to promote artwork that benefits recognized conservation organizations such as Endangered Species Fund of Canada.

AFC members have voluntarily and independently earmarked a portion of the proceeds from the sale of their artwork to Endangered Species Fund of Canada. AFC's Art for ConservationTM program provides a forum to help promote artwork for sale that includes such a commitment. Each artists's commitment is contingent on the sale of their work and the above estimate is a potential total based on the completion of sale of any original work and/or limited editions. The AFC is not involved in any way with artwork sales transactions, nor does it make any guarantees relating to artist commitments. The AFC takes no commission whatsoever from the sale of artwork under the Art for ConservationTM program, unless explicitly indicated.

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"Dawn at the Rookery"
By Mark Hallett
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