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Buy 2017 Animal Calendars online. A wildlife calendar makes a great gift for any animal lover.

2017 WWF Calendars!

Animals - World Wildlife Fund Calendars


Behold the delicate butterfly, arguably nature's most beautiful insect and one of its most fleeting. Butterflies Wall Calendar dazzles with the colors and intricate patterns that adorn this gentle creature, which brightens any location where it chooses to touch down. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Only six of the original nine subspecies of tigers still exist, all of them endangered. The tiger is the largest of the Asian big cats, has no natural predators, and yet is under constant threat from habitat destruction and poaching. WWF, in presenting this important Tigers Wall Calendar, hopes to keep this magnificent beast at the forefront of conservation efforts. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Sea turtles are built for swimming with each physical characteristic - from their paddle-like flippers to their non-retractable neck and limbs. These characteristics have enabled this solitary marine creature to exist for hundreds of millions of years. Today, their survival is threatened with most sea turtles species classified as Endangered or Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Whether outfitted in basic brown or flamboyantly attired in a rainbow of color, frogs are attention-getters, drawing a crowd in any aquarium. But in the wild, though they are highly-adaptable, these popular amphibians are also highly-vulnerable - to habitat destruction and other environmental factors. These frogs habitats across the globe come in a rainbow of colors, many of which surface on the pages of this captivating, entertaining Frogs Wall Calendar. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

 

The hummingbird is one of the nature's most accomplished animals, able to hover in mid-air and fly in all directions. Like a tiny jewel captured in a moment of dazzling luster, the birds featured in this lovely Hummingbirds Wall Calendar are shown in mid-flight, their brilliant plumage on full display. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Like all great hunters that use the element of surprise to their advantage, owls are patient, powerful, and superbly camouflaged. The owls featured in Owls Wall Calendar show these master predators at rest and on the wing, from the prairie to the woodlands, the Arctic to the Amazon. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

One day, near winter's end, the air will brighten with the faint sound of a songbird, but the trees will erupt in a symphony of trills and whistles. WWF Songbirds 2017 Wall Calendar profiles some of the world's most delightful vocalists dressed in their feathered finery.

Each penguin species - the emperor, king, Adelie, gentoo, macaroni, among them - has its own unique characteristics, but all penguins inspire awe, from their noble bearing to their exceptional swimming ability to their parenting skills. To observe penguins in their frozen world, as in this Penguins Wall Calendar, is both a privilege and a delight. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

The polar bear's fur is commonly thought to be white, but it often appears yellow. Learn why, and much more about this denizen of the North, in the Polar Bears Wall Calendar. Observe this majestic animal engaged in its various everyday activities - hunting, resting, bathing, and playing as it attempts to follow the sea ice, which is so essential to its survival and which is critically threatened by climate change. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

The gray wolf is gifted with strength, speed, stamina, keen senses, and lives with a structured family unit - all attributes pointing to success in the wild. This canid, so superbly adapted to its environment, and currently listed as Least Concerned by the IUCN Red List, is still vulnerable, however and it is vitally important that efforts continue to ensure its future. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

The giant panda is not the only panda in existence - the red panda, of the family Ailuridae, inhabits southwestern China and the Himalayas - but the black-and-white bear is far the world's most popular of the two pandas. Step into the bamboo forests of Western China and observe this photogenic creature at rest and on the move in this WWF Giant Pandas 2017 Wall Calendar.

The way to identify the oldest member of an elephant herd is to pick out the largest, as elephants continue to grow throughout their lives. Find out more interesting facts by following the herd from woodland to swampland to savannah in the stunning images in this beautifully photographed Elephants Wall Calendar. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Dive into the world of the dolphin in this lively Dolphins Wall Calendar, which follows this intelligent, agile animal all over the globe, engaged in the behaviors that make the marine mammal such a favorite. You might think all dolphins look alike, but then meet the Amazon River dolphin. In the US and Canada, WWF receives 50 cents for each WWF calendar purchased.

Though various species might differ in appearance, behavior, and habitat, all animal babies have many things in common. This adorable calendar captures some of those endearing behaviors like playing, climbing, cuddling, and napping, all under the watchful eye of their attentive parents. Spend this year in the company of these adorable animal babies, all photographed in incredible detail.