The island fox lives on six of California’s Channel Islands and no where else in the world. While pups like these are helping increase the various island populations, they are still highly endangered.For the most recent fox status from the northern islands read the December Island Fox Update
You can help the island fox by supporting conservation efforts:
Through Friends of the Island Fox you can also help to fund important island fox management, public education and research.
Fox Veterinarian - $5,000 helps pay for veterinarian visits to the islands to care for sick foxes in the captive breeding facility, conduct annual physicals and administer vaccinations.
Fox Guardian – $2,500 helps fund signs at Channel Island landings to educate visitors and ensure the safety and health of island foxes.
Fox Researcher – $1,000 helps provide funding for island fox research projects.
Fox Ambassador – $500 pays for a teaching trunk to be loaned to teachers in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties for classroom education about the island fox and the California Channel Islands.
Fox Tracker – $250 buys a radio collar so a released island fox can be tracked to ensure its safety.
Fox Teacher – $100 purchases needed educational materials to be used in classroom and community programs.
Donations of any size help the cause to SAVE THE ISLAND FOX. You can donate directly through the PayPal or Network for Good buttons in the upper right corner or through the mail. (Download brochure)
You can also help by inviting Friends of the Island Fox representatives to speak at your community group or school.
Schools, classrooms or youth groups can also participate in the Fox Ambassador Program as a conservation or Earth Day Project.
Contact us by phone at (805) 386-0386 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also help the island fox by supporting zoological facilities that house San Clemente Island foxes.
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Working Together We Can Save The Island Fox