In 1900 there were 100,000 cheetahs in the world. By 2006, due to loss of habitat and prey, the number of cheetahs has declined to just 12,000. That's why I founded, which is dedicated to educating kids and their families about endangered species. If you love animals, please bookmark this site. In future posts we will take you along on our personal journey to Save the Animals through our DVD series.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Help Save the Endangered Species Act

I just received the following urgent information from the NRDC:

"Dear NRDC Action Fund Supporter,

The U.S. Senate is poised to consider a bill that could strip America's
endangered wildlife of vital safeguards.

Please go to
and urge your senators to reject any legislation that would weaken the
Endangered Species Act..."


Blogger VallyP said...

Hi Paul
Just wanted to say your blog is fascinating. I love all the interesting facts and anecdotes about the animals,as well as all the links to the other interesting sites.

Do you go to African a regular basis? And what kind of films do you make - are they for children or documentaries in the David Attenborough vein?
Whatever you do, keep it up!
Thanks for such a rich blog

11:34 AM

Blogger Paul said...

Thanks Val!

I have been to Africa once to shoot the footage that is in my African Safari DVD. If this DVD sells well, I hope go back to Africa with my kids. We have a relationship with the Cheetah Conservation Fund and would love to visit them in Namibia. I would also like to see Tanzania and South Africa.

This DVD was produced for children and takes you on a real Safari thru Samburu, Lewa Downs, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara in Kenya. Four kids star as your safari guides, introducing each game park and the animals that you might see in them.

Thanks for your comments and questions!


4:08 PM

Blogger mobilemob said...

I'm impressed with your site, very nice graphics!

6:07 PM


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