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WildAid Is Badass

I’m back. After a two month hiatus from posting due to the grand opening of Bullitt, my second bar in San Francisco, I have finally adjusted my schedule to accommodate posting, and I’m pumped. First on my list: I have been looking for years for the best endangered species group to put my support behind.…

So you know how there aren’t as many members of some species as there once was, and in fact some species that used to exist no longer exist? Well, some folks still haven’t gotten the message. In an attempt to bring more recognition (and funding) to the conservation cause, some mighty fine Zartists are collaborating…

Scientists in England working with an international conservation group have compiled a sample list which will be used much like the Dow Jones Industrial Average to track the overall status of endangered and threatened species in the world. Andrew and I should never have sunk our life savings into Steller’s sea cows! You may have…

We know this story has been covered by everyone from LiveScience to Perez Hilton, but we thought we’d do our part as well to promote awareness. Chinese giant salamander….very tasty. An initiative known as EDGE (Excited Dachshunds Grinding with the Elderly) has released its list of unique and critically endangered amphibians, hot on the heels…

Endangered Deliciousness

Seafood Watch is a very cool and very practical conservation effort led by the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Basically, it is a regularly updated guide to which lake and ocean critters should or should not be devoured each year. At its most convenient, they print a handy business card sized reference guide which you can carry…