As we wrap up the re-design of the app (yay!!!) we are finalizing the patterns, icons, and colors that will be going into the app. Below are the last 6 patterns that have made the cut, with the hope of adding more in the future. Can you guess what animal each pattern belongs to? We will give you a hint: they are all endangered species! Don't worry we won't keep you guessing for long the answers are at the end of the post starting with the blue one going clockwise.
We've hit 800!
Woohoo! We are excited to have just reached our 800th follower on Twitter. Twitter has been a great place for us to learn more about the inspiring work conservationists are doing, learn about new technologies and hear stories of #ConservationOptimism. We try and share all of these with our followers and hope you'll join us as we reach for 1,000! See you over there!
Celebrate your birthday while doing good
Did you know you that on Facebook you can select a charity of your choice to raise funds for your birthday? Facebook even gives you $5 to start you off! Recently we have been very lucky to be chosen as the charity of choice by a couple of people celebrating their birthday. They alone have helped us raise $700! This amount is absolutely huge and has already gone on to help us pay for building the app. If you'd like to raise funds for Key Conservation for your birthday just click here to learn the steps how! Don't forget to let us know and we will help spread the word!
Just let me know when it's out!
Not really interested in getting involved before the app is out but want to be the first to know when it will be released? Perfect! We created the perfect sign-up list for you! Head on over to our new app release page, sign-up and we'll let you know when the app is ready to be on your phone!
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Answers to the patterns above!
Clockwise starting with the blue photo
1. Whale Shark by Doug Perrine 2. Mountain Gorilla by Andy Rouse 3. Radiated Tortoise by Edwin Giesbers 4. African Elephant by Roland Seitre 5. Great Green Macaw by Edwin Giesbers 6. Eastern Bongo by Mark MacEwen