Protect Belize’s Endangered Jaguars
Target: Senator Godwin Hulse, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, the Environment and Sustainable Development, Belize
Goal: End deforestation to protect the endangered jaguars of Belize’s jungles.
The endangered jaguars of Belize are rapidly disappearing from the jungles. Unchecked deforestation destroys their habitats and food source. Something must be done before these majestic creatures perish forever.
Over 25,000 acres of forest have been lost in Belize over the past decade. The government has done little to intervene in the ravage of this forest land, causing sanctuaries and conservation groups to struggle to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to protect the jaguar species. One group is attempting to fundraise 600,000 dollars, a tremendous cost.
These groups cannot work alone and should not face the costly burden on their own. Sign the petition to demand the government take action to end deforestation and protect the jaguar from extinction.
Dear Senator Hulse,
The majestic jaguar is disappearing from your jungles. Over 25,000 acres of their habitat have been destroyed in only ten years, eliminating their homes and food source.
Conservation groups are working to protect the species, but they should not face this battle and its tremendous costs alone. I demand you join them and help protect the jaguar from extinction.
[Your Name Here]
Photo Credit: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen