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Today is the 27th February which means just one thing:  it's International Polar Bear Day!

The day hopes to raise awereness of the plight of polar bears and how we can all help them.     The polar bear is at the head of food chain in the Arctic and a good indicator of how species are faring.   The difficulty is that in a number of locations where polar bears live, the sea ice is disappearing as a result of global warming.  The picture is patchy:  in some areas, the polar bear populations is stable;  in one it is actually in increasing.  In others, it is declining.  However, there is no room for complacency.  Nine areas where polar bears live are described by Polar Bears International as being data deficient. 

 

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Adopt a polar bear from Polar Bears International

You have different options, from adopting a Cub of the Year, a Mom and Cub, or Twin Cubs Adoption.   And as Polar Bears International are based in North America, the good news is that there's also an Eco-adoption for $25.00.  For the eco-adoption, you receive an instant adoption certificate in your inbox.  You can print it yourself or email it to the recipient. 

Polar Bears International is the world's leading polar bear organisation.  They consist of a small group of passionate conservationists, scientists and volunteers.  Their mission is  "to conserve polar bears and the sea ice they depend on."  They work to inspire people to care about the Arctic and the threats to its future.  Find out more about Polar Bears International here

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Adopt a polar bear from the Born Free Foundation

Help Born Free monitor the behaviour of the Hudson Bay Polar Bears who live on Canada's Arctic coast. Climate change is a problem for them and helping Born Free monitor their behaviour will help protect them in the wild.  

From £2.50 a month you'll receive an adoption gift pack with a cuddly polar bear toy, a personalised adoption certificate, a full colour glossy photo of your bear, adoption papers with your bear's story, updates twice a year about your bear, a window sticker, and a Born Free folder.  Adoptions last for a year.  Adopt a polar bear here

If you can spare a moment, please take a quick look at ways you can help polar bears and the Arctic - all you need to do is to click here to see how you can help and Polar Bears International will give you some ideas of Actions with Impact. 

 

 

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