Cee4life

Conservation and Environmental Education 4 Life (Cee4life Inc) is an Australian registered Charity (Reg' No.: 41532214575) specialising in environmental and wildlife education, humanitarian aid, and management of animals in both wild and captive situations.   Read More »



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Kalari

 

Kalari is a beautiful rare female white Kangaroo (she is not an albino) that Australian Wildlife Rescuers and Cee4life are watching over to keep her nice and safe, night and day.

White Kangaroos are very rare and are quite sensitive to sunlight because of the reduced amount of melanin pigment.  Because of the different but beautiful colouring, they can be a target for predators and horrendous people. Kalari is currently protected with her mob and AWR and Cee4life both night and day.  We look forward to this lovely little girls journey and telling her story as it unfolds. ~ Cee4life


INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND ANIMAL AID PROGRAM

PLEASE HELP US CONTINUE THIS WORK

After the success of our education and animal program in Surabaya Zoo, Indonesia, we have been asked back to implement this program on a long term basis.  We have opened our hearts and will endeavour to educate as many souls as we can and provide as much animal aid as possible.  

Link to more information on this program - http://cee4life.org/animal_aid.php

Donations - Please go to PAYPAL link at the top of front page of this website or via our official Chuffed Fundraiser -  http://www.chuffed.org/project/cee4life-international-education-program/.

or via UK Charity Wildlife Calling - http://www.wildlifecalling.org.uk  Everything counts.

Thankyou for any and all of support

 

Article  - Worldwide concern grows as iconic Tigress of India, Machali, is caught in human disagreements

Photograph by Bobby Bhargawa

Link to article - http://cee4life.org/tigerprotection&details.php?article_id=6

 

DOCUMENTARY - ABC FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT

"CRY OF THE TIGER" FEATURING CEE4LIFE

LINK TO VIEW DOCUMENTARY-  http://www.abc.net.au/foreign/content/2013/s3894606.htm

 

GLOBAL MARCH FOR THE LIONS

15TH MARCH 2014 - WORLDWIDE

 

On the 15th March 2014, thousands of people attended events in all parts of the globe, to raise their voices in support of ending the sinister sport of canned hunting of the Lions. The Lions are threatened with extinction in the wild from habitat loss, poaching, loss of prey species, in fact, all things human. 

Cee4life attended the Melbourne, Australia event where approximately 1000 people marched for the Lions.

 

 

DOCUMENTARY - SBS DATELINE

"TAMING THE TIGERS" FEATURING CEE4LIFE

Link to SBS Dateline "Taming the Tigers" - http://www.sbs.com.au/dateline/story/watch/id/601585/n/Taming-the-Tigers

 

PRESS RELEASE

Wild Sumatran Tiger - World First Artificial Insemination

 

Press Release - http://http://cee4life.org/press+release.php?ac=post&id=10&p=1

 

Wild Indian Bengal Tiger Death Report 2014

The shocking findings of this report reveals there are nearly 4 times more Bengal Tigers that were killed in 2014 than were reported..... Why... Here are the facts.

Link to Report - http://cee4life.org/tigerprotection&details.php?artbicle_id=5

BIG CAT RESCUE - CHAT

Founder of Big Cat Rescue in the USA, Carole Baskin,  and Director of Cee4life, Sybelle Foxcroft, talk Big Cats, Education, Ethical Captive Care and Saving Wildlife

Please click on link - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUnsz08nNpY&feature=youtu.be

 

Khan - The Kuwait Bengal Tiger

 

On the 21st October 2013, Cee4life was informed of a 15 yr old male Bengal Tiger in Kuwait Zoo that was going to be euthanised if a home was not found for him.  After contacting a number of people with facilities that may be able to rehome Khan, we have just had a confirmation on a facility in the USA that can take him. Now awaiting the confirmation. Stay with us on this journey with Khan.

Join us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cee4life.org

 

MARINE SURVIVAL AUSTRALIA

 

 

There is great concern over the continuing decline of Australia's marine life and oceans.  The threats against this pristine area have only increased over the years and impacting negatively against this World Heritage Area.  

There are many Australian native species listed as endangered and vulnerable which are spiralling towards extinction.  We must do everything we can to protect these beautiful Australian species

For example, 2 of  Australia's beloved marine creatures, the Dugongs and Turtles, are in peril.

Before both these beautiful creatures get to critical status, we need to do the right thing and protect them.

 

Sometimes protecting them means to face controversial facts head on 

 

Please join us in a educational and productive manner to help save these beautiful creatures. 

Please sign this petition which we will present to the Minister of Environment

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/148/369/827/protect-the-australian-dugongs-and-turtles/

please join us on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/MarineSurvivalAustralianDugongsTurtles

 

SURABAYA ZOO ANIMAL WELFARE INDONESIA

 

Join us on Facebook  -  https://www.facebook.com/SurabayaZooAnimalWelfareActionCee4life

 

TIGER CONSERVATION AND EDUCATION

The Tiger is one of the most persecuted creatures in the world. It is hunted for proven fake medicines made up over 3000 years ago in myths and legends.  It is murdered for its fur as some people think of the Tiger as a status symbol for wealth, vanity and power. It is abused and caged in unethical venues around the world so tourists can "cuddle a tiger", it is beaten and abused to perform tricks in a circus.  Think about it - Would this animal naturally behave like this? No it wouldnt. If you choose to visit animals in captive environments, please eduacate yourself before you go, as you just may be inadvertantly supporting the ongoing abuse of these majestic animals, all in the name of tourism. (Example: SBS Dateline, Taming the Tigers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGD_p8HX2Vo )

The wild Tigers are snared, shot, knifed, machetted, blown up, poisoned, burnt alive, beaten to death etc and they ARE going EXTINCT in the wild.  Many people refuse to believe that the Tiger is going extinct in the wild but the fact is, they are disappearing so rapidly, it will a miracle if  they  make it to 2020.  The threats are well known but so far little is being done to protect them.  Mass human overpopulation encroachment on their habitat resulting in major habitat loss, prey species loss, out of control poaching, not enough law enforcement, not enough legislation, not enough anything.

If we do nothing to prevent this extinction, they will without doubt be lost because humans did not care enough to protect them.

Please help support Cee4life as we try to provide education to all people regarding the importance of conserving biodiversity and our environment,  and protection to both the captive and wild animals, like the Tigers.

For all donations please go to Wildlife Calling Charity : http://www.wildlifecalling.org.uk/index.php  or contact us via email for sponsorship or other ways you might be able to help on our contact page - http://cee4life.org/contact.php 

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