Our Faux Bois scarves, available in rust/natural and green/natural, are beautiful, modern, and perfect for fall. Both scarves support the work of Amphibian Ark, an organization that works to ensure the survival of amphibian species, focusing on those that cannot currently be safe-guarded in nature. Tree frogs, and amphibians in general, are experiencing rapid decline on a global scale. Habitat destruction, pollution, climate change, and disease are threatening their very existence. Amphibian Ark is attempting to save these important creatures before it is too late. When you buy/gift a Faux Bois scarf, Beastly Threads will donate $10 to Amphibian Ark in support of its important work.
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The Jaguar is the largest big cat native to North America and the third largest cat in the world. It has played an important role in North and South American religion, mythology, and art due to its beautiful spotted coat, ferocity, strength, and elusiveness. But being revered for millennia has not spared the jaguar from the effects of habitat loss, hunting, and conflicts with livestock. Northern jaguar numbers have dropped dramatically over the last 100 years. To ensure the survival of this extraordinary animal, the 55,000 acre Northern Jaguar Reserve was established in Sonora, Mexico in 2003 to provide a safe place for jaguars to roam, raise families, and hopefully, grow in population.
We asked Turtle Southern, Northern Jaguar Project (NJP) Coordinator, to tell us more about the northern jaguar, the NJP reserve, threats, and ways for us to help.
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