Nothing makes a web page look nicer than a graphic. Since the Internet turned commercial over twenty years ago, GIFs have been one of the most popular graphic formats used. The Environment and Nature Clip Art and GIFs for Social Media section consisting of hundreds of black and white, and colorful GIFs, both animated an non-animated. Scroll down the page and notice that the section divides into basic environment and nature topics such as animals and birds. Some of the pages also provide notes regarding the types of gifs available.
The popularity of animated gifs in social media is due to their small size and ability to convey a variety of meaning. Here comes the marketing...but wait, there's more. All the free gifs provided here serve multi-purposes. They also work great on many print projects such as newsletters. All the images can be downloaded by right clicking on the mouse and downloading them to a computer. Mobile device download differs from operating system to operating system. Please consider adding a link to this resource so that others can benefit. The clip art images and pages may not be used as part of another clip art collection.
The animal gifs are divided into eight different categories.Animal Clip Art
Black and white animal drawings.Bear Clip Art
Drawings and non-animaled clip art images.Cat Clip Art
Black and white drawings in GIF format.Animal Drawings
The animated GIFs of lighthouses and the other nonanimated and small gifs for sharks and whales make for great social media tools.Beach Clip Art
Animated GIFs of the earth are great for social media projects.Recycling Clip Art
Celebrating the holiday with three small non-animated gifs. They could have easily been placed on the tree clip art page.Valentine's Day Clip Art
Small red, non-animated gifs that do not take up much social media bandwidth.Tree Clip Art
Five small, non-animated gifs.
Please right click on your mouse to download one to your computer for use in reports and newsletters. The specific flower drawings in this set, an anemone, bleeding hearts, brodiaea, buttercups, chicory and hedge-nettle come from an old field guide, and consequently sit in the public domain.