Sunday, April 17, 2011

Save African Cats - See New Release Movie

What a great movie opening for Earth Day, April 22.  DisneyNature's doing something great!  Seeing it will allow YOU to do something great also!

If you go to this movie during it's first week of release, Disney will contribute to an African wildlife fund that works to keep the wild lands of Africa wild forever.

View the video trailer.  Read the story line, meet the characters, download educational materials for the children .. all on the African Cats Movie Website.

Saving the Savanna Can Save African Cats:
The Amboseli ecosystem stretches between Mt. Kilimanjaro, Chyulu Hills and Tsavo West National Parks in Kenya.  Field research over many years has documented that wildlife frequently use the community lands outside the Park boundaries and travel through the corridor that connects Amboseli with the Chyulu Mountains (see map).  Protecting this area, the Amboseli Wildlife Corridor, is critical to the future of lions and other animals such as elephant, cheetah, zebra, giraffe and eland.  We encourage you to join with AWF, Disneynature and the people that live in the Amboseli region to make this project a success - and take pride in helping to see that Africa's lions and other imperiled wildlife will survive and thrive.

About AWF:
The African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), together with the people of Africa, works to ensure the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever.  Celebrating its 50th anniversary, AWF is a credible and well respected conservation leader in Africa.

Program Details:
Disneynature will contribute $0.20 per ticket to the African Wildlife Foundation for the Amboseli Corridor project for everyone who sees Disneynature AFRICAN CATS during the opening week (April 22-April 28) with a minimum of $100,000 pledged to this program.

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