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This Silver Celtic Design with Laser Etched Wedding Band or Ring Set will never loose its perfect circle, it will not rust, tarnish or corrode, it will not change color in pool water, freshwater or saltwater which makes it highly desirable as both womens and mens rings.
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Claddagh is a tungsten carbide ring polished. The Celtic design is laser designed into knot work that outlines the Claddagh design. The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish ring, given in friendship or worn as a wedding ring. The customs associated with the Claddagh ring were originated in the Irish fishing village of Claddagh. Designs are older then 17th century.Claddagh is a comfort fit ring.
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This Celtic Design with Laser Etched Ring or Wedding Band will not to turn your finger green or black by causing an allergic reaction that some individuals experience with silver, gold and base metal rings.
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CAT's mission is the conservation of
tigers, lions, leopards and other wild cats in their natural habitats.
CAT is an IRS-certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity, and all contributions are fully tax-deductible.
CAT accepts donations by credit card
or by check payable to Cat Action Treasury,
All donations will be acknowledged in
writing and a receipt provided for tax purposes.
For information about bequests or donations of stocks or property email cat(a)felidae.org
Director Kristin Nowell is a leading authority on the 37 species in the family
For 25 years she has coordinated status assessments for the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Li, Juan, et al. 2020. Defining priorities for global snow leopard conservation landscapes. Biological Conservation 241 (2020): 108387.
Nowell, K. 2018.� Implementation of CITES Decision 17.228: Review of implementation of Resolution Conf. 12.5 (rev. CoP17) on Conservation of and Trade in Tigers and Other Appendix-I Asian Big Cats. Report for the 70th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee, Sochi, Russia, 1-5 October 2018.�
Executive Summary (SC70 Doc. 51 Annex 3)
Full report (153 pages) (SC70 Doc. 51 Annex 4)
Report of the Secretariat (SC70 Doc. 51)
*** In memorium to Esmond Bradley Martin
Milliken, T., Martin, E.B. and Nowell, K. 1991. Rhino horn trade controls in East Asia. TRAFFIC Bulletin 17 (1/2): 17-2
Bauer, H., Nowell, K., Sillero-Zubiri, C. and Macdonald, D.W.M. 2018. Lions in the modern arena of CITES. Conservation Letters.
Cheetahs: Biology and Conservation. 2017. Edited by Marker, L., Boast, L. and Schmidt-Kuentzel, A. Series editor P.J. Nyhus. Elsevier Academic Press, Biodiversity of the World: Conservation from Genes to Landscapes.
Nowell, K. and Rosen, T.
2017. Global cheetah
conservation policy: a review of international law and enforcement. Pp
Nowell, K. and Rosen, T. 2017. Global cheetah conservation policy: a review of international law and enforcement. Pp 291-305.
Tricorache, P., Nowell, K.,
Wirth, G., Mitchell, N., Boast, L.K. and Marker, L. 2017. Pets and pelts: understanding and
combating poaching and trafficking in cheetahs. Pp 191-205.
Tricorache, P., Nowell, K., Wirth, G., Mitchell, N., Boast, L.K. and Marker, L. 2017. Pets and pelts: understanding and combating poaching and trafficking in cheetahs. Pp 191-205.
Jackson P., Jackson, S., Jackson, C., Jackson, D., Breitenmoser, U., Breitenmoser, C., Ranjitsinh, M.K., O'Brien, S.J., Nowell, K., Stuart, S., Seidensticker, J., Bertram, B., and Bahaa-el-Din, L. 2017. Obituary of Peter F.R. Jackson, Chair of the IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group 1983-2000 and founder of Cat News. Cat News 65 3-12.
Kitchener, A. C., Breitenmoser-W�rsten, C., Eizirik, E., Gentry, A., Werdelin, L., Wilting, A., Yamaguchi, N. et al. 2017. A revised taxonomy of the Felidae. Cat News Special Issue 11. IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group.
Nowell, K., Li, J., Paltsyn, M. and Sharma, R.K. (2016). An Ounce of Prevention: Snow Leopard Crime Revisited. TRAFFIC, Cambridge, UK.
K. 2016. Statement on
proposal to transfer all African population of Panthera leo to CITES Appendix I.
Cat Action Treasury, June.
Bauer, H., Chapron, G., Nowell, K., Henschel, P., Funston, P., Hunter, L.T., Macdonald, D.W. and Packer, C., 2015. Lion (Panthera leo) populations are declining rapidly across Africa, except in intensively managed areas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(48), pp.14894-14899.
Bauer, H., Nowelll, K., Breitenmoser, U., Jones, M. and Sillero-Zubiri, C. 2015. Review of lion conservation strategies. Convention on Migratory Species working document.
Nowell, K. 2014. An assessment of conservation impacts of legal and illegal trade in cheetahs Acinonyx jubatus. IUCN SSC Cat Specialist Group report prepared for the CITES Secretariat, 65th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee, Geneva, 7-11 July. SC65 Doc. 39 (Rev. 2).
Nowell, K and Pervushina, N. 2014. Review of implementation of Resolution Conf. 12.5 (Rev. CoP16) on Conservation and trade in tigers and other Appendix-I Asian big cats. IUCN and TRAFFIC report prepared for the CITES Secretariat, 65th meeting of the CITES Standing Committee, Geneva, 7-11 July. SC65 Doc. 38 Annex 1.
Contributing editor. 2013.
Contributing editor. 2013.
Nowell, K. 2012. An assessment of rhino horn as medicine. TRAFFIC report prepared for the CITES Secretariat, 62d meeting of the CITES Standing Committee, Geneva, 23-27 July. SC62 Doc. 47.2 Annex (Rev. 2).
Contributing author. 2010.
Contributing author. 2010.
Macdonald, D.W., Loveridge, A.J. and Nowell, K. 2010. Dramatis personae: an introduction to the wild felids.
Pp 3-58 in DW Macdonald and AJ Loveridge, eds. Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids. Oxford University Press.
Nowell, K. 2009. Cats on the 2009 Red List of Threatened Species. Cat News 51: 32-33.
Nowell, K. 2007. Asian big cat conservation and trade control in selected range states: evaluating implementation and effectiveness of CITES Recommendations. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK.
Nowell K, Schipper J and Hoffmann M. (2007). Re-evaluation of the Felidae for the 2008 IUCN Red List. Cat News 47: 5.
Nowell, K. and Xu, Ling. 2007. Taming the Tiger Trade: China�s Markets for Wild and Captive Tiger Products Since its 1993 Domestic Trade Ban. TRAFFIC East Asia, Hong Kong.
Breitenmoser, U. and Nowell, K. 2007. Nipogear Professional Lab Coat for Women - Laboratory Coat 40 InInternational Tiger Symposium in Kathmandu, 16-18 April 2007. Cat News 46: 44.
Chheang Dany, Nong Divan, Chase J, Nowell K, Prum Savanna and Weiler, H. 2006. Final report of the Cambodia Community Wildlife Ranger Program. Report to the US Fish and Wildlife Service and Save the Tiger Fund.
Bauer, H., Chardonnet, P., Nowell, K. and W. Crosmary. 2005. Status and distribution of the lion (Panthera leo) in West and Central AfricaROLAND FRUIT WILD LINGONBERRY, 14 OZ( 3 pack)Background paper for the West and Central African Lion Conservation Workshop, Douala, Cameroon, October 2-7 2005.
Chardonnet, P., Crosmay, W., Belemsobgo, U., Koulagna, D. and K. Nowell. 2005. Direct and indirect influences on lion conservation in West and Central Africa. Background paper for the West and Central African Lion Conservation Workshop, Douala, Cameroon, October 2-7 2005.
Bauer, H., Chardonnet, P. and K. Nowell. 2005. Status and distribution of the lion (Panthera leo) in East and Southern AfricaRoss-Simons Larimar Octopus Drop Earrings in Sterling Silver Background paper for the East and Southern African Lion Conservation Workshop, Johannesburg, South Africa, January 8-13 2006.
Nowell, K. and Hunter, L. 2005. West and Central African Lion Conservation Workshop. Species 44.
Nowell, K. 2004. The Cat Specialist Group at CITES 2004. Cat News, Autumn.
Bauer, H. and Nowell, K. 2004. Endangered classification for West African Lions. Cat News 41: 35-36
Shepherd, C.R. and N. Mangnus. 2004. Nowhere to Hide: The Trade in Sumatran Tiger. TRAFFIC Southeast Asia report, 108 pages. K Nowell, technical editor.
Klopfstein, S., Breitenmoser U. and C., and K. Nowell. 2003. The CAT Specialist Group Library. Report to the Bosack and Kruger Foundation.
Lindeque, P.M., Nowell, K., Preisser, T., Brain, C. and P.C.B. Turnbull. 1998.Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies - 1500mg with The Mother - 90 ACV GuAnthrax in wild cheetahs in Etosha National Park, Namibia. Proc. OIE Intl Anthrax Congress: 9-15.
Nowell, K. and Preisser, T. 1998. Snow Leopard Incentive Conservation Program evaluation, Mongolia. Unpublished report to the International Snow Leopard Trust.
Nowell, K. 1997. The cheetah: exploring the relationship between behavior, ecology, evolutionary history and genetics. Invited talk given at R. Lewontin�s Laboratory of Population Genetics at Harvard University.
Milliken, T., Nowell, K. and J. Thomsen. 1993. The decline of the black rhino in Zimbabwe: implications for future rhino conservation. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK, 76 pp.
Nowell, K. 1993. The market for tiger bone in Taipei. TRAFFIC Bulletin 13: 112-114.
Nowell, K. 1993. Tiger bone medicines and trade. Cat News 18: 6-9.
Nowell, K., Chyi, W.-L. and C.-J. Pei. 1992. The horns of a dilemma: the market for rhino horn in Taiwan. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, 36 pp.
Nowell, K. 1991. Aboriginal hunting in the Tawu Mountain Nature Reserve. Report to the Department of Zoology, National Taiwan University, and the Council of Agriculture, Govt. of Taiwan, 160 pp.
Milliken, T., Martin, E.B. and K. Nowell. 1991. Rhino horn trade controls in East Asia. TRAFFIC Bulletin 12: 17-21.
Low, J. (pseud.). 1991. The smuggling of endangered wildlife across the Taiwan Strait. TRAFFIC International, Cambridge, UK, 24 pp.
Nowell, K. 1990. Formosa and the clouded leopard. Cat News 13: 14-15.