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Liberty Park Charities, Inc. just earned a 2019 Gold Seal by adding information to our Nonprofit Profile on GuideStar. Now our community members as well as 10+ million GuideStar users can find in-depth information about our goals, strategies, capabilities, and progress. We’re shining a spotlight on the difference we help make in the world. Plus,

Asian Elephant

ENDANGERED SPECIES | Asian Elephant The Asian elephant, also called Asiatic elephant, is the only living species of the genus Elephas and is distributed throughout the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, from India in the west, Nepal in the north, Sumatra in the south, and to Borneo in the east. Wikipedia Elephants are an important cultural

Hawksbill Sea Turtle

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES | Hawksbill Sea Turtle Hawksbills are named for their narrow, pointed beak. They also have a distinctive pattern of overlapping scales on their shells that form a serrated-look on the edges. These colored and patterned shells make them highly-valuable and commonly sold as “tortoiseshell” in markets. Hawksbills are found mainly throughout the world’s

Eastern Lowland Gorilla

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES | eastern lowland gorilla The eastern lowland gorilla—also known as Grauer’s gorilla—is the largest of the four gorilla subspecies. It is distinguished from other gorillas by its stocky body, large hands and short muzzle. Despite its size, eastern lowland gorillas subsist mainly on fruit and other herbaceous materials, just like other gorilla

Cross River Gorilla

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES | cross river gorilla Scientists have been unable to thoroughly study the distribution and abundance of the Cross river Gorilla until the last decade or so.  Because the gorillas are way of humans and inhabit rugged territory, scientists have been unable to count many of these gorillas directly.  Instead, researchers have used

Bornean Orangutan

CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES | bornean orangutan Bornean orangutan populations have declined by more than 50% over the past 60 years, and the species’ habitat has been reduced by at least 55% over the past 20 years. The Bornean orangutan differs in appearance from the Sumatran orangutan, with a broader face and shorter beard and also