: Would You Like To Receive A Free Newsletter Focused On Your Favorite Zoo Or Aquarium Specie Zoo and Aquarium Visitor News

Would You Like To Receive A Free Newsletter Focused On Your Favorite Zoo Or Aquarium Specie?

Fri, 1/16/2009 - 1:33 PM

By Kiely Clark

Kalamazoo, MI - What’s your favorite zoo or aquarium animal? Is it the giraffe, elephant, dolphin, or otter? We know many zoo and aquarium visitors have a favorite species. Kiely Clark searched the Internet and compiled a list of free eNewsletters that includes many of your favorite animal species.

Free Animal Newsletters
Compiled by Kiely Clark

FELINES
Cheetah-The Cheetah Conservation Fund sends out eLetters with informational updates “from the field.” They also send out emails with other cheetah updates and ways to help the cheetah conservation fund.
http://www.cheetah.org/?nd=register

Clouded Leopards-This monthly newsletter offers information of clouded leopards in the wild, along with updates of conservation and research.
http://www.cloudedleopard.org/email.aspx

Snow Leopards-The Snow Leopard Trust releases a monthly newsletter focusing on snow leopard conservation, and research updates and advances.


http://www.snowleopard.org/news/news-homepage

Asiatic Lion- e-newsletters based specifically on the Asiatic Lion sent out every two weeks.
http://www.asiaticlion.org/index.htm

Wild Cats-Cougars, Bobcats, Lynx; Scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up for the newsletter.
http://www.wildcatconservation.org/Canadian_Cats.html

Cougars-Mountain Lion Foundation
http://www.mountainlion.org/action_subscribe.asp??w=420&h=130&t=Subscribe%20to%20Action%20Alerts

Tigers-Sanctuary Asia puts out a few different email newsletters.
http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/registration/index.php

Tigers-The Tiger Foundation puts out email updates with tiger news.
http://www.tigers.ca/email.html

PRIMATES
Chimpanzees-Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest provides monthly updates on the sanctuary and other important chimpanzee news.
http://www.kintera.org/AutoGen/Newsletter/SubscriptionForm.asp?ievent=144694&en=klLPJ4NSImKUJ3NTJpIVL8O2JmLUKcPWLqK2KiM6JzE

Bonobo-Bonobo Initiative-regular email updates.
http://www.bonobo.org/

Chimpanzee-Jane Goodall Institute email updates
http://www.janegoodall.org/#subscribe

Gorilla-Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund-monthly newsletters
http://www.gorillafund.org/contact/gorilla_enews.php

Gorilla-Koko the Gorilla Foundation-monthly email updates
http://www.koko.org/friends/kokomail.koko.html

Madagascar Wildlife-2-3 times a year the Madagascar Wildlife Conservation puts out news updates.
http://www.mwc-info.net/en/services/newsletter.htm

Orangutan-The Orangutan Foundation sends out an email update of news articles and blogs that people update. A monthly e-newsletter is also sent out.
http://orangutanfoundation.wildlifedirect.org/

Orangutan-Weekly newsletters with updates about orangutans in Borneo. To subscribe scroll to the bottom of the page, and enter your email.
http://www.savetheorangutan.co.uk/index.php

Great Apes-The Great Ape Trust puts out a monthly newsletter about all the great apes.
http://iowagreatapes.org/mailinglist/

OCEAN/MARINE
Whales-not an enewsletter but a quarterly newsletter is posted on the website
http://csiwhalesalive.org/csiwaidx.html

Whales-Pacific Whale Foundation offers a few different email update options
http://www.pacificwhale.org/sitecontent/content.php?PageId=101&menu=1&submenu=225

Whale and Dolphin-Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society regular email news updates
http://www.wdcs.org/enewsletter.php

Sea Turtle-Caribbean Conservation Corporation has important updates about sea turtle conservation
http://www.cccturtle.org/

Sea Turtle Newsletter for kids-Turtle Tides
http://www.cccturtle.org/turtletides.php

Sea Otter-Friends of the Sea Otter
http://www.seaotters.org/MailingList/

Otters-International Otter Survival Fund
http://www.otter.org/otterframes.html

Manatees-Save the Manatee Club puts out monthly newsletters
http://www.savethemanatee.org/enews_signup.htm

MISCELLANEOUS
African and Asian Elephants- Choose either species or both for e-newsletters. Comes out multiple times weekly.
http://savetheelephants.org/elephant-news-service.html

African Wild Dog-email to lycaonpictus@earthlink.net
http://www.awdconservancy.org/

Arabian Oryx-The Arabian Oryx Project
http://www.oryxoman.com/subscribe.html

Bats-Bat Conservation International-monthly
http://www.batcon.org/news2/scripts/subscribe.asp

Camel-Wild Camel Protection Foundation-1 or 2 times a year the newsletter is put out
http://www.wildcamels.com/

Fox Pandas-monthly newsletter
http://www.pandasinternational.org/newsletter.html

Horses-There are multiple different e-newsletters offered: The horse health e-newsletter and the horse welfare and industry e-newsletter. There are also 4 weekly topic specific newsletters: Lameness and Laminities, Nutrition, Preventive Care, and Breeding.
http://www.thehorse.com/ViewArticle.aspx?ID=1185

Koala-Save the Koala Fund-put out 3 times a year
https://www.savethekoala.com/contactsubscribe.html

Marmot-Vancouver Island Marmot Recovery Foundation has 3-4 newsletters a year
http://www.marmots.org/newsletter.htm

Rhinos-A quarterly newsletter with updates on all the rhino species in the wild.
http://www.rhinos-irf.org/contact/newsletter.asp

Rhino-Save the Rhino-monthly newsletter
http://www.savetherhino.org/eTargetSRINM/site/851/default.aspx

Wolves-International Wolf Center- monthly
http://www.wolf.org/wolves/enewsletter/email_sign.asp

Zoo and Aquarium Visitor - monthly newsletter containing news, events, items of interest for everyone who visits animal attractions.
http://www.zandavisitor.com/enewssubscription

Please contact me (Kiely Clark) if you know of any other species specific newsletters as we are always looking to expand the list. It is easiest to reach me at kielyclark@yahoo.com.

Growing up I have always had a strong interest for animals, especially exotics. I am a recent graduate from Purdue University with a degree in Animal Science-behavior and well-being and minors in forensics, biology, and anthropology. I am currently working for a contract research organization but always keeping an eye out for a permanent position with a zoo or animal sanctuary. I spend my spare time doing photography. Most of my work is of animals and landscapes but I am beginning to do portraits as well. Check out my website www.natureswonder.photoreflect.com to see examples of my work.

Photo credit: Robin Rains - Nashville Zoo
 



       
Share |
 

Subscribe to our eNewsletter

© 2012 Zoo and Aquarium Visitor. All rights reserved.