WWF Wild-Livestream & Sea Turtle Host Train

FaunaFocus is once again teaming up with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and hosting another 24-hour charity host train in order to help save sea turtles around the world, including this month’s featured species, the critically endangered hawksbill turtle and February’s FaunaFocus, the endangered green turtle!


WWF Sea Turtle Wild-Livestream

FaunaFocus will be participating in the WWF Wild-Livestream 2018 campaign from October 13th to October 28th, 2018. Donations can be made on the FaunaFocus Tiltify page and all proceeds will benefit the World Wildlife Foundation’s sea turtle saving endeavors. To join the campaign yourself, visit the WWF’s website. You can also participate by contributing your artwork to WWF.


FaunaFocus 24-Hour Sea Turtle Host Train

To coincide with the campaign, FaunaFocus will be hosting a 24-Hour Sea Turtle Host Train on Twitch. Viewers will be able to watch an entire day’s worth of sea turtle-themed creative livestreaming content. Throughout the day, various artists will be featured, each one hosting the next in a host-train fashion.

We are in the process of building the host train schedule. If you are interested in broadcasting creative content inspired by the sea turtle on Twitch on Saturday October 20th, 2018, please submit the following form byThursday, October 18th. Also, make sure to join the FaunaFocus Discord Server to stay updated.


Host Train Sign-Up

Applications are due Thursday, October 18th at 12:00pm (noon) Central Daylight Time. Applicants will receive an email afterward with their assigned time slot(s) and further instructions.




Select every time-slot you would be available to livestream during the Host Train.



Select the time-slot you would most like to livestream during the Host Train. FaunaFocus will do its best to accommodate special requests, but preferences cannot be guaranteed.



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