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Happy Holidays

Coming into the holiday season, we want to celebrate the unique, irreplaceable animals and plants the Center for Biological Diversity -- with your support -- helped live and thrive this year.

We've put together six fun e-cards for you to send, featuring the ivory gull, gray wolf, polar bear, sea star, bearded seal and a coral reef, to spread holiday cheer to your friends, families and coworkers.

2012 has been an exciting year for the many millions of American who care deeply about protecting endangered creatures. 95 species -- including the Miami blue butterfly and the coquí llanero tree frog -- moved toward protection because of the Center's landmark 757 agreement with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; the Center helped secure more than 30 million acres of "critical habitat" for 154 different species; and we put up a vigorous defense of urgently threatened animals like polar bears, gray wolves and jaguars.

Thank you for the support you've given, and the actions you've taken this year, and happy holidays from all of us at the Center.

Click the images below to send a card to someone -- or many "someones" -- today.

Atoll ivory gull
Seastar Gray Wolf
polar home bearded seal


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