http://www.ottawacitizen.com/Life/All/6500260/story.html) that goes a long way to summing up my thoughts re. not-so-cute-fauna. I have always felt that if we take care of the not-so-photogenic first, the rest will take care of themselves.
Just three days left till World Tapir Day ... clocks are ready to go. The last part was making a cover so that the hands of the clock don't get damaged in transit. And I remembered to put a battery in the box .... yes, battery is included.
A reminder that donations can be made to The Tapir Preservation Fund's site: http://www.tapirback.com/tapirgal/fund.htm
The wording for the project is "Clock for World Tapir Day 2012." If you get an error in the shopping cart you can call the phone number on the page or send email to Sheryl Todd <firstname.lastname@example.org>