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Animal Statues

Discover animal statues and wildlife decor with our range of animal statues and statuary including wildlife statues like moose, hedgehogs, deers, horses, sheep statues and animal figurines for the family or home decor. Accent with a wildlife figurine that complements a theme for the home and visit our animal statues catalogs for selections of garden animal statues to use for the lawn.
Alligator and Crocodile Statues, Figurines and Decor
Explore life size bronze alligator and crocodile statues for the garden.
Bear Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Bears add a lodge decor theme to the home and garden, creating a rustic union of the natural and the practical. Our bear statues add a lovely addition to the home and garden.
Butterfly, Cricket and Ladybug Figurines and Sculptures
Invite the spring and summer time theme with little critters for the garden like our butterfly, ladybug and cricket sculptures, large and small.
Camel Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Discover tabletop camel sculptures and figurines for your home or as gifts for friends.
Deer Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore bronze and resin deer statues include large deer statues, deer figurines, resin doe and fawn statues as well as matching buck statues for the home and garden.
Donkey Statues, Sculptures, Figurines
Discover donkey statues including garden donkey statues, donkey sculptures and donkey planters.
Elephant Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore wildlife with selections of elephant statues, fountain sculptures and unique elephant gifts for the shelves from elephant bookends to elephant ornaments.
Fish Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Discover fish statues and fish fountains including Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Mahi-mahi and swordfish sculptures.
Fox Statues, Figurines and Sculptures
Discover fox statues and figurines including garden fox statues and bronze fox statues which celebrate these wily wildlife animals.
Giraffe Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Highlights unique tabletop giraffe sculptures and statues including large to life size bronze giraffe sculptures for the garden.
Hedgehog Statues and Figurines
Explore our line of hedgehog statues and garden hedgehog figurines including concrete hedgehog statues and whimsical statues that add interest and movement.
Horse Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore large and life size horse statues and sculptures including horse figurines for the equestrian lover.
Lion Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Discover lion statues and sculptures including unique lion wall plaques and sculptures to large to life size bronze and marble lion statues for the garden.
Ape, Monkey and Gorilla Statues, Sculptures & Figurines
Explore ape and monkey statues and sculptures, as well as life size gorilla statues.
Moose Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore large to life size moose sculptures, moose statues and figurines for the home and garden.
Mouse and Rat Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore mouse statues and sculptures including mouse garden figurines, baby mice and rat statues as gifts.
Otter Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore sea otter statues and sculptures including tabletop sea otters, otter figurines and other otter gifts for the home and garden.
Rabbit Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our rabbit statues catalog features wild hare statues, bunny statues and rabbit sculptures for a whimsical touch to the home and garden.
Raccoon Statues, Sculptures and Gifts
Our raccoon statues and sculptures catalog highlights a few of these mischievous creatures for the garden.
Rhinoceros Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Discover rhinoceros statues including life size Rhinoceros statues and Rhino sculptures for the home and garden.
Sheep Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Explore large sheep statues including sheep figurines and sheep gifts, as well as cute lamb figurines and gifts.
Snail Statues, Figurines and Gifts
One of the most common molluscs found is the snail and our catalog highlights snail statues and figurines as gifts.
Squirrel Statues, Figurines and Gifts
Features squirrel statues, figurines and even squirrel gifts like our squirrel bookends, rain gauges and welcome squirrel plaques.
Turtle Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Discover turtle statues, turtle figurines and unique turtle sculptures for the home and garden.
Bronze and Resin Wolf Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Our wolf statues and sculptures catalog highlights a majestic range of wolves including gray wolf figurines and large to life wolf statues.
Zebra Statues, Sculptures and Figurines
Highlights large to life size zebra statues and sculptures including tabletop zebra figurines.

Conservation of Wildlife Animals

The world is filled with life of all kinds. As man makes his way across the earth, he cannot help but know that alongside his ventures is the vast preponderance and existence of all forms of wildlife. Without the wildlife animals, our ecosystem will be in jeopardy. A decline in the tiger population will affect the viability of another species or the increased manifestation of the prey leading to a sometimes unfavorable effect on mankind. So, what does one mean when one speaks of the wildlife? Immediately, the human mind conjures a number of animals like the elephants, hippos, birdsand snakes. Indeed, there is a wide classification of the term wildlife and it refers to animals which cannot be domesticated. The term “wildlife” also includes botanical plants and fungi.

Wildlife can be found all across the continents and each continent may have its own category of wildlife. One example is China which is known for its panda, an animal that cannot be found in another part of the world. Wildlife can also be found in all sorts of habitat not usually inhabited by man like deserts, rainforests, grasslands and plains. Of course, wildlife can also exist in human habitats. Examples would include spiders, rats and even snakes. Domesticated animals like cats, dogs and rabbits are exempt from this classification.

There has been growing concern that insufficient conservation efforts have been done to save the wildlife and their population is dwindling. As such, a growing number of organizations and institutions are working with educational facilities to help stop the killing of wildlife. There is also a lot of poaching against wildlife animals like elephants and hippopotamuses for their tusks which has been causing harm to the population. Considerable efforts are being engaged to create means to sustain wildlife development.

There are a number of places where wildlife in the Americas can be appreciated. Some of the areas include the following:

The Great Lakes
The Great Lakes include the surrounding land and lakes of Michigan, Superior, Huron, Erie, and Ontario which together form the largest surface freshwater system in the world. These lakes collectively hold one fifth of the world’s surface freshwater and hold a number of fishes including the whitefish, trout, walleye and muskellunge. The Great Lakes is also home to the land animals such as the gray wolf, lynx, moose and bald eagle as well as millions of migratory birds like the waterfowl and common loon which see the Great Lakes as an important breeding and feeding ground. Conservation efforts are being steered off late to bring wildlife back to the Great Lakes due to harm caused by pollution, global warming and sulfide mining.

The Northern Forest
Made up of hardwood and boreal forests, the Northern Forest covers about 26 million acres and lies east of the Mississippi. It is known for its wildlife, exotic autumn foliage, outdoor recreation and vast forested areas. The diversity of ecosystems in this region has led to a number of wildlife species like the moose, white-tailed deer, black bear, pine marten, Canada lynx, the falcon and the bald eagle. There are about 2 million people who live in the Northern Forest area which is also a world supplier of hardwood trees.

The forest also maintains a number of bird habitats like the Bicknell's thrush, blackpoll warbler, Swainson's thrush, and yellow-rumped warbler found on its mountaintop. Chickadees, Canada warblers, pine grosbeak, purple finches, and spruce grouse are said to live in its conifer forests. Other birds like the common loon, American black duck, common goldeneye, and bald eagle are found in the lakes and ponds as well as the wetlands. Both the Hudson and Connecticut River valleys hold many migratory birds like the Atlantic brant and green-winged teal. The Northern Forest is currently facing many threats caused by timber development in areas close to cities like Boston and Portland. Climate changes are also affecting certain wildlife and trees in the region.

The wildlife is important to our sustenance and will continue to be a focal part of many conservation efforts across the United States and Canada.

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