Working with and saving endangered animals

by Jana
(Yarrow Pt. Wa,USA)

I have retired from being a Operating Engineer, after 35 years of service thru my Union. At every turn I keep seeing the need for a wake up call to the human faction about just how important it is to save mammals,animals and the like from disappearing all together off the face of this planet, just how important it is to save the cycle of these creatures, for our own well being and future. Survival is not of the fittest, but of the whole circle. I had taken some pre-veterinarian colleges and animal husbandry in college, but circumstances beyond my control stopped me from finishing my degree. I am a total animal lover, and have the utmost care,respect and concern for their well being. I have friends often laugh and say they want to come back as one of my animals. I just don`t know where to start other than to send money, which like every one else, is pretty tight right now.Any suggestions out there? I am single and can travel,but will need some compensation, however I am a real people person and not to bad with a camera.

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Jan 17, 2011
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Good for You!
by: Anonymous

This world would be a much better place if we had more people like you! I hope you can realize your dreams. You may want to ask a local university if they have research you can help with, volunteer at the animal shelter (dangerous, because you may not be able to turn away from all those soulful eyes!), or take volunteer cruises where the price is much reduced because you contribute your time and expertise during the tour/cruise to help work on things they need.

Best of luck to you!

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