Endangered Species Day Celebration

Friday, May 17, 11:00am – 2:00pm: The Wild Equity Institute is going to be at the California Academy of Sciences to celebrate Endangered Species Day. Stop by the Wild Equity table to make a frog mask and learn more about how the Endangered Species Act helps protect the amazing biological diversity of the San Francisco Bay Area.

5 Ways to Celebrate Endangered Species Day

1. Take Action: Tell Mayor Lee to support the restoration of Sharp Park. Mayor Lee has the power to help save two endangered species, the California red-legged frog and the San Francisco garter snake.

2. Tweet & Update Your Facebook Status: Show your support for local endangered species by adding a photo of your favorite Bay Area endangered species to your timeline (or tweet your support). Include @WildEquity in your status update (or tweet) to let us know which species is your favorite.

3. Attend an Endangered Species Event: In honor of Endangered Species Day, we have three endangered species events on the Wild Equity Institute calendar for the week of May 12. In fact, Wild Equity has endangered species events scheduled through December! Come join us on one of our adventures to see and save endangered species!

4. Give 1% to the Planet: The Wild Equity Institute is an approved 1% for the Planet partner. Companies who participate in this program can give 1% of sales or more to the Wild Equity Institute. 1% for the Planet exists to build and support an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet.

5. Become a Member: The challenges facing endangered species have never been more pressing. With your support, the Wild Equity Institute can build a stronger environmental movement to protect the people and the plants and animals that accompany us on Earth.

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