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Wildlife Conservation Awareness: Protecting And Caring For Native Wildlife

Wildlife Conservation Awareness: Protecting And Caring For Native Wildlife

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Wildlife must survive in their natural habitats, so we empower local communities through conservation-friendly development and work with international agencies to protect Africa’s natural resources. … If people and wildlife learn to live together — inside and outside of protected areas — the future for all will thrive.  ~ AWF

Educate yourself with the native wildlife found in South Carolina. By looking into the state’s official
website, you can visit the wildlife section. There you will discover that the local residents are major
contributors in caring for native wildlife. You can find about 2,000 wildlife habitats in backyards and
because of this, it is no wonder that the state has an abundant wildlife.

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Wildlife Conservation Awareness: Protecting And Caring For Native Wildlife

Native wildlife is already currently threatened by human actions, pollution, and habitat destruction. To
some people, protecting and caring for native wildlife is a very overwhelming task. But did you know that by little actions even in your own neighborhood, you can already help save them for the future generation? In your own little way, you can care for this native wildlife.

If you have a permit to care for native wildlife, it is important that you try to create pleasant areas in
the yard. There should be a lawn where native plants are found and of course, you need to give attention to the landscape. By creating a friendly atmosphere, native wildlife will not hesitate to take shelter in
your yard. Another thing is that you can help in addressing the pollution problem.

Some people have natural ecosystems in their yard and if you’re one of those lucky homeowners, you should not disrupt it. You see, invasive plants can only wreck the ecosystem that serves as shelter for native wildlife. Just leave them as is because that’s just how natural ecosystems work. It does not need any human intervention.

Why not go for a much greener lifestyle? Help in conserving fossil fuels and water because that can
save native wildlife as well. Wildlife habitats and migration patterns are affected by global warming.
Take necessary measures to help in controlling global warming. Simple things like turning off electrical
devices and taking public transportation can diminish global warming.

There are local groups that focus mainly on stopping and controlling global warming. Talk to their
volunteers and learn as much as you can. By starting within your own family, each family member can
contribute little by little. When all these little efforts are combined, it can make a drastic change for
the world.

There are certain products sold in the market that are considered as wildlife friendly. Don’t patronize
products that are from endangered or threatened animals. Try to use products which are biodegradable
as much as possible. Find alternative products which are also of good quality and reasonable price.

By simply giving donations to rescue centers, wildlife sanctuaries, or to organizations which support native wildlife, you can already show your care for them. If you want, you can also join community groups that protect and rescue native wildlife. Some individuals communicate with policymakers so that they can pass laws or policies which further protect and care for native wildlife.

Are you married? If you are, then perhaps you might want to consider planning the number of kids you’ll
have. You see, population growth is one of the main reasons why the habitats of native wildlife species
are destroyed. This is one way to protect the remaining natural habitats of native animals.

Now that you know the various ways in protecting and caring for native wildlife, you will no longer
hesitate to take the necessary steps in order to protect and save them. Always remember that in your
own little way, you can help change the world. Encourage your relatives and other family members to
contribute their efforts for the good of the native wildlife.

If people don’t act now, nothing will happen and native wildlife will continue to deplete. People
should join hands in helping one another preserve native wildlife so that the future generation can
still see them.

Read more related articles at www.conservationafrica.org  and www.metisnation-sask.com

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