Creations 4 Wildlife is saving more pangolins

We are kicking off 2017 with the rerelease of our Pangolin bracelet! These animals are continuing to disappear at alarming rates and need our help to create awareness and raise much needed funds. Therefore, we decided to bring back our Pangolin bracelet, not as a limited edition, but as part of our permanent collection.

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Inspired by the unique keratin scales of the pangolin and their habitat, this bracelet is made from Chinese rainbow jasper and unakite. The silver bead represents the strength of the pangolin when they curl up into a ball. Profits from this bracelet will benefit WildAid’s pangolin program and support initiatives to reduce the demand for pangolin products.

Available now in our online store

To learn more about the world’s most trafficked wild mammal, visit the WildAid website.

 

 

The last 3,200 tigers are counting on us to save them!

Global Tiger Day is July 29th, a day to celebrate the strength and magnificence of one of the worlds most beautiful cats. A day to raise awareness for the tigers and for the people around the world to support the conservation efforts being made to save the remaining six species of tigers from extinction.

  • Tigers are the largest wild cat in the world
  • All six species of tigers are listed by the IUCN as Endangered
  • Three of the six remaining species are listed as Critically Endangered
  • Tigers are at the top of the food chain with no natural predators, except for humans
  • There are more tigers in captivity in the U.S. alone than there are in the wild

Tiger populations are declining because of one thing and that is man. How could a person do this to an animal. An animal that has done nothing wrong. The tigers are not killed in self-defense. The tigers are not killed because they are attacking people. They are killed for their skins, fur, and bones because some cultures actually believe that tigers can provide medicinal healing. Tigers are not medicine.

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Tigers are losing the battle because of habitat loss, illegal poaching, tiger-human conflict, and wildlife trade. The belief that tiger parts have medicinal purposes and can cure disease has increased the demand for wildlife trafficking.

It is estimated that there are approximately 300 Sumatran tigers and less than 250 Malayan tigers left in the wild. These numbers are shocking to us.

When you purchase a Hope for Tigers bracelet, you are helping give tigers the chance to thrive in the wild. Inspired by the unique stripe pattern of every tiger – No two are the same. This bracelet is made from tiger eye, red tiger eye & yellow jade semi-precious stones.

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Creations 4 Wildlife donates 40% from each sale to WildAid to support their tiger conservation campaign, which focuses on educating people and calling for a permanent ban on all tiger parts and products. When the buying stops, the killing can too. Together, we can help save wild tigers.

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Join us and celebrate the beauty of the tiger, the strength of the tiger, and the innocence seen in all tiger cubs. The last 3,200 tigers are counting on us to help them thrive in the wild and we are determined to save the tigers from extinction.

 

 

Creations 4 Wildlife Supports WildAid to Save Tigers

We posted last week on Instagram that we had some exciting news to share about our Hope for Tigers bracelet and today we are thrilled to announce that we will be working with WildAid again. We had great success with our pangolin bracelet and now we want to support their tiger campaign. 40% of each Hope for Tigers bracelet sold will now be donated to WildAid to support tiger conservation.

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The last 3,200 tigers are counting on us to save them. Order your Hope for Tigers bracelet today and together we can make a difference for these beautiful cats.

WildAid works to increase awareness and reduce consumption of tiger parts and encourage the Chinese government to resist campaigns to legalize trade of such products. Over a century of poaching has resulted in tiger populations plummeting from 100,000 to an estimated 3,200. When the buying stops, the killing can too.

 

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