Thursday, February 23, 2017

CCC March 2017 Scavenger - World Wildlife Day

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March 2017 Scavenger Challenge - World Wildlife Day
Timeframe: 3/1/17 to 3/31/17

World Wildlife Day is held on March 3 every year. This is a great opportunity for people around the world to celebrate wildlife, both fauna and flora. Everyone is encouraged to get involved in this global celebration. A great variety of events, at local and national levels, are offered, ranging from exhibitions and contests to national parks visits and conferences.

1. On 3/3/73, the United Nations General Assembly took a stand to protect Endangered Species throughout the world. CITES was put into place (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) to ensure that the world does not continue to lose species that would never be seen again.
* Read a book whose title starts with a letter in CITES (disregard A, An, The) -OR- a book where a character takes a stand and/or defends their point of view.
Collision Course Chuck Gleason 3/9/17

2. On 12/20/13, the UN declared that each year World Wildlife Day would be dedicated to a new purpose and idea to keep people informed about the changing nature of our world and the treasures we stand to lose from the animal and plant kingdoms if we don’t take care. It declared the day out of concern that wildlife crime had negative economic, environmental and social impacts worldwide.
* Read a book with an animal AND a person on the cover (show us the cover) -OR- a book originally published in 2013.
Beautiful Day Elin Hilderbrand 3/16/17

3. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon proclaimed, "On this World Wildlife Day, I call on all citizens, businesses and governments to play their part in protecting the world’s wild animals and plants. The actions taken by each of us will determine the fate of the world’s wildlife. The future of wildlife is in our hands!"
* Read a book with quotes at the beginning of each chapter -OR- a book with hands on the cover (show us the cover) -OR- a book with an honorific in the title (Sir, Mr., Dr., etc.).
Perfect Love (Perfect Series #2) by Amanda Cowen Perfect Love Amanda Cowen 3/15/17

4. In its resolution, the General Assembly reaffirmed the intrinsic value of wildlife and its various contributions, including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic, to sustainable development and human well-being.
*Read a book whose author's first AND last initial can be found in any of the following words: ecological - genetic - social - economic - scientific - educational - cultural - recreational - aesthetic -OR- a book with some sort of political figure in the story (either real or fictional).
 ecological 
Luck of the Draw Cheri Allan 3/4/17


5. This day is an opportunity to celebrate the many beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora and to raise awareness of the benefits that conservation provides to people. At the same time, it reminds us of the urgent need to step up the fight against wildlife crime, which has wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts.
* Read a book with some sort of plant on the cover (show us the cover) -OR- a book with CRIME on the main GR genre page.
grapevines. 
What Love Can Do (Home to Green Valley #1) by Virna DePaul What Love Can Do Virna DePaul 3/2/17


6. The world’s wildlife is facing many challenges. The biggest threats to wildlife are habitat loss, as well as overgrazing, farming and development. 
* Read a book with character who is a farmer or one who clears the land for whatever purpose -OR- a book with a house (or other living space, like a shed or a shack) on the cover (show us the cover).
The Roots of the Olive Tree Courtney Miller Santo 3/16/17

7. Poaching and trafficking in wildlife, driven by transnational organized crime groups, pose the most immediate threat to many species. Wildlife trade is one of the most profitable illicit trades in the world, estimated at up to $10 billion annually. Illegal wildlife trade of elephant ivory, rhino horns, and tiger products is widespread in many countries, particularly in Asia and Africa. It is controlled by dangerous crime syndicates that traffic wildlife like drugs or weapons.
* Read a book set anywhere in Asia or Africa -OR- a book with "10" intact in the number of pages -OR- a book that is #10 in a series.
Silence Fallen Patricia Briggs 3/12/17

CHALLENGE RULES: 
♦ If you want to participate in a challenge, please sign up by posting at least a partial list of the challenge requirements. This gives us a post to link you to, which you can use to update your books as the challenge progresses. 

♦ Books must be at least 150 pages long. Books may only be used for one task in this challenge, but cross-challenge posting is encouraged :) Re-reads are allowed, as long as you read the entire book and not simply skim through it. 

♦ For each book you read, please post a link to the title, and indicate the author and the date you finished reading it. If a challenge task gives several options, please make it clear which option you’ve chosen

♦ When you complete the challenge, please post your entire list as a new message to make it easier for everyone to see what you’ve read :) If you don’t repost your list, your name will not be added to the list of those who have completed the challenge.

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