auf EDGE findet Ihr ungewöhnliche Tierarten. EDGE steht für „Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered“. Und die Seite ist auch optisch sehr gelungen.
The aim of the EDGE programme is to put these species on the map and catalyse conservation action to secure their future. Each year a number of the most poorly known and neglected EDGE species are selected for conservation attention. You can learn more about these species in the Species and Conservation sections of this website, and donate towards targeted conservation actions in the Support section. Where virtually nothing is known, ZSL-led expeditions often represent the first step in determining whether rare and cryptic EDGE species still survive. Longer-term surveys are carried out by EDGE Fellows (aspiring in-country scientists that receive financial, institutional and logistical support from the EDGE programme) to determine the status of these species and identify appropriate conservation actions. The ultimate goal of the EDGE programme is to ensure that local stakeholders, governments, and in-country and international conservation organisations take ownership of these forgotten species and commit to ensuring their future survival.
und ein Blog haben die natürlich auch.