Center for Biological Diversity

Share the Love With Wildlife on Valentine's Day

What better day than Valentine's Day to spread a message of love while speaking out about human population growth and endangered species protection?

With just a couple of clicks, you can send the Center for Biological Diversity's four edgy and exciting population e-cards to all your friends, family and secret crushes. You can also easily share the cards with your social networks by clicking the share button at the top of the page and using #endangeredlove.

The Earth's population now tops 7 billion people. That's a lot of people to love, but it doesn't leave much room for incredible species like the gray wolf, prairie dog, walrus and countless others. So we're inviting you to share the love by sharing a fun message with your valentine about human population growth and its impact on endangered species.

Click on an image below to send a postcard, then learn more about the Center's Population and Sustainability Program.

Does he really love polar bears? Ménage à wildlife
Harold, do you remember when we were wild? Love is forever. Wolves should be too.

Photo credits: polar bear courtesy Wikimedia Commons/Ansgar Walk; walrus courtesy Flickr/Polar Cruises; prairie dogs courtesy Wikimedia Commons/Brocken Inaglory; gray wolves courtesy Flickr/Sander van der Wel; cartoon sketches (c) Pakmor.