The Amur Leopard Project


There are less than 50 Amur (or Siberian) Leopards living in the wild. The area in the southern part of Siberia has had numerous forest fires nearly wiping out the entire population.

WWF is currently supporting a release of zoo bred animals to promote a stabile population. Hope is that the wild living animals will mate with the released.

The entire profit from the drawing of the Amur Leopard will be donated to this project.

The Gorilla Project


There aren't many free living gorillas left. IWars, land clearance, poaching have taken their toll.

WWF is sponsoring a 30,000 km≤ protected park. They are providing employement as rangers, providing information about the consumpsion of gorilla meat and the impact on the eco-system. They are combining this aspects into helping to develop the environmental  tourism. 


“Adult gorillas will fight to the death defending their families. This is why poachers who may be seeking only one infant for the zoo trade must often kill all the adults in the family to capture the baby.”
― Sy Montgomery, Walking with the Great Apes: Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, Birute Galdikas

Golden Eagle


This majestic raptor is the symbol for freedom, power and honor for many nations around the globe, Hard to believe that they are on the verge of extinction in Europe.

WWF has been supporting the re-populationof the Seeadler (or Golden Eagle)  in Germany since 1968. They have purchased land in 4 German states so that the number of nesting pairs are up to 580!


“You ought not be rude to an eagle, when you are only the size of a hobbit, and are up in hid eyrie at night!”
― J.R.R.Tolkien, The Hobbit

The Tiger Project


The only great cat that loves water. The wild tiger population is down to less than 4,000 individuals. WWF has made the target of doubling this number untl year 2020.

The 25 % donation of all tiger paintings will go to this outstanding project.

“Van Gogh would've sold more than one painting if he'd put tigers in them.”
― Bill Watterson