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From: Defenders of Wildlife <>
Date: 2011/10/21
Subject: Adopt Creatures of the Night!

  Defenders of Wildlife - Creatures of the Night

Dear Wildlife Supporter ,

With darkness arriving earlier and earlier this time of year, it's the perfect time to think about the wildlife just waking up as we go to bed. Animals like bats, wolves, frogs and owls are well known for their nocturnal habits, and often have highly developed senses that allow them to better see, hear and smell in the dark.

Be a Bat Champion - Adopt a Bat!

Show your love for these creatures of the night with a Wildlife Adoption, a meaningful gift that helps save the life of endangered wild animals. With adoptions starting at just $15, they're the perfect gift to educate a night-owl in your life. Order today and get 15% off any gift when you use promo code NIGHT between now and October 22!

Adopt a Wolf

Adopt a Frog

Adopt an Owl

Wolves are very active at night. Your adoption helps ensure a lasting future for America's wolves.
Many frogs species are nocturnal. Your adoption helps save them from deadly diseases.
Most owls only hunt under the cover of darkness. Your adoption helps protect their vanishing habitat.

Adopt a Wolf

Adopt a Frog

Adopt an Owl 

  See all the animals that need your help at our Wildlife Adoption Center >> Or call 1-800-385-9712 to make an adoption by phone.

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