This email is one that really touches my heart. It came from a school in Northern California that has worked very hard researching information about how fragile our environment is.  Thank you Mrs. Miller for doing this project every year – so the younger generation can learn how important it is for them to help save our wildlife and earth. A special thank you to the sudent who found this website  I am very happy to post and pass on this web site.

Hello there Ms. Gengler-Copple,

 I hope this isn’t a bother, but I just wanted to take the time to send you a quick thank you note on behalf of my students and myself. My name is Kathryn Miller and I’m a teacher for some lovely students at a charter school in Northern California. We just wanted to let you know that your page (/links/) has been such a great reference for the/wildlife conservation project we do every year – so a big thank you from Mrs. Miller’s class 🙂

 As a small token of our appreciation, we thought we’d send along another helpful page that one of my students actually came across. The page is at It’s an endangered animal guide and has a various resources my students have also been able to utilize for their environmental project.

 And if you wouldn’t mind adding it to your other resources, I’d love to show my student who went above and beyond to find the site that her work was appreciated (maybe a little extra credit!). Let me know what you think 🙂

It is a great place to learn about the wildlife in the world. Click on the photo to learn more about the Javan Tiger.

This photograph of a  live Javan tiger was taken in 1938 at Ujung Kulon and published in A. Hoogerwerf’s “Ujung Kulon: The Land of the last Javan Rhinoceros”. This file is in the public domain in Indonesia because its copyright has expired, according to Article 30 of Indonesia Copyright Law No 19, 2002.