Collection: A Colorful Way Kids Can Help Save Endangered Animals (and they won't even notice they're learning at the same time)
Introducing our NEW Endangered Animal Coloring and Activity Book with custom illustrations and activities. Your child can explore over 20 different species of endangered animals like the African Elephant, Sea Turtle, and Red Panda. Best of all, we donate a portion of each sale to helping endangered animals.
Fun and Educational
In the book, there’s a wild variety of endangered animals featured from all over the world. While coloring each page, your child learns interesting facts about each species's lifestyle and habitat.
Watch young learners explore their artistic and scientific abilities as they color and research 20 different species of awesome animals. From turtles to tigers to elephants, learn about your favorite animals.
Coloring That Counts
Coloring is a fantastic way to relieve stress among the minds of children and adults. and so much more. We know reduced screen time before bed or during the day helps gain better sleep. Coloring is relaxing and helps encourage busy minds to wind down when focusing on coloring patterns and shapes.
Our Endangered Species coloring book is more than just a creative canvas for color. Each page empowers kids to stand up, speak up, take action and make a positive impact on the world. Doodle Hog will donate 10% of profits to support endangered animal relief organizations that are helping to protect animals around the planet.
Our first animal relief organization is The Ape Initiative. They are the only research facility dedicated to the conservation of the endangered Bonobo. The Ape Initiative enriches the lives of bonobos and our understanding of the natural world.
Below is the Ape Initiative's Mission Statement:
"The Ape Initiative is the only research facility in the world dedicated to the study and conservation of the species most closely related to humans – the endangered bonobo. The Ape Initiative is a federally recognized non-profit organization - 501(c)(3) - and accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) as a Certified Related Facility. Our programs enrich the lives of our bonobos and give us a better understanding of our place in the natural world. Bonobos are an endangered species of African Great Ape with as few as 15,000 - 20,000 individuals in the wild. Understanding bonobo behavior, and how they interact with one another, is critical if we are going to save them. That’s why we developed a scientifically grounded conservation education program for students of all ages. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of scientists and educators by promoting scientific literacy and environmental stewardship."
To learn more about The Ape Initiative visit their website.