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::Saxgrl1::

I'm not sure if you will know the answer to this or not since your specialty seems to be with land creatures, but I have a question.  A really good friend's brother passed away this week, and I hate sending flowers because I feel like they just go to waste (plus this friends hates plants).  But I wanted to do something in memory of his brother.  They always went fishing in the summer (threw back what they caught- just really loved the "sport" of it).  So I was thinking of making a donation in his name to some kind of organization that keeps the water clean or just protects wildlife in general. Do you know of any?  TIA!

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Re: ::Saxgrl1::

  • I  would definately rather have money donated than to have flowers that will just wilt and die.  Great idea!

    Alabama Wildlife Center definately accepts donations (I'm biased, I know). Like you said, we mostly do terrestrial species (and some frogs, snakes, lizards)  http://www.awrc.org/make_a_donation.htm 

    You could also try Alabama Rivers Alliance http://www.alabamarivers.org/

    Both organizations are not-for-profit, and without donations, we couldn't exist!

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