Michael Pape & Endangered Species Fund of Canada with an Eurasian Lynx & Amur (Siberian) Tiger at Green Living Show Toronto & Royal Bank of Canada for Earth Day.
Below The Endangered Species Fund of Canada and The Art of Michael Pape work together with a Sealed Bid Auction Fundraising Program to raise donations to help animals. If you are interested in being involved in this program please contact us.
Below are photographs from our animal awareness shows. We have educated thousands, though The Endangered Species Fund of Canada & The Art of Michael Pape.Your support makes the difference.
Nadine - Amur (Siberian) Tiger
Congratulations to Michael Pape for raising over $60,000.00 in collaboration with the finest Collectors in the world to benefit Animals of this planet, many near extinction and the crucial work of registered charity Endangered Species Fund of Canada (EFSC) through his exclusive Wildlife Paintings and EFSC Fundraising Program. 100% of the funds raised goes directly to help animals, as well support ESFC environmental and wildlife conservation initiatives. To learn more about Endangered Species Fund of Canada or to donate visit: www.junglecatworld.com/donate.html
We want to also thank Denise Hayward for all her help and generosity to help us, help animals.
Royal Bank of Canada most
successful Earth Day testimonial!
“I have worked first hand with many intelligent, stunningly beautiful animals including Tigers, Wolves, Snow Leopards, Lynx, to name a few. It is the innate truth and significance in all animals that I inspire to recreate through emotion in my wildlife paintings and communicate to you value above a beyond by connecting humanity and animals through respectful coexistence.” – Michael Pape
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Your contribution is an instrument that enables you to extend the good you do for Animals and the Natural World, far beyond your physical presence, Worldwide!!
Through your purchase of Fine Art from The Art of Michael Pape, your contribution has enabled the purchase of this new Boat through registered charity Endangered Species Fund of Canada (ESFC), for the important work of the Jaguar ID Project in the Pantanal. The Jaguar ID Project is a non-profit organization that uses Citizen-Science to identify and track Jaguars. The Pantanal is the largest tropical wetlands in the world and sprawls across three South American countries - Bolivia, Brazil and Paraguay.
The photo above is of Abbie from the Jaguar ID Project with fellow researchers. It's heartwarming to see “YOUR” contribution directly funding real conservation work in the wild!!
You ae also supporting ESFC, the Snow Leopard Trust, the Tigris Foundation for Amur Leopards and Amur Tigers (Zoological Society of London). Thank you for incorporating your impression of increase into the lives of Animals and the Natural World. Without your support we wouldn't be able to reach the world.