Archive for the ‘Save Wildlife’ Category
Steps to be taken to protect wildlife
Posted on: Monday, April 25th, 2011 at 7:47 pm
It is not only important to discuss the steps to be taken to protect wildlife, but also to execute them in proper fashion. For every month and year the count of endangered species are only increasing. Widespread destruction of habitat is probably the biggest threat to wildlife. It also includes deforestation.
To protect wildlife you have to spread the word of caution to the world about the existence of endangered species and how important it is to ensure they’re safe. They’re a beautiful part of the natural habitat. Misuse of natural resources by human beings has left the wildlife completely miserable across the globe.
Using renewable sources of energies and putting a stop on deforestation will provide a safe home for the wildlife species because they’re used to staying in their natural habitat. Also, cutting down the use of herbicides and pesticides will help to sustain wildlife due to their involvement in the food chain which is harmful to wild animals.
Save wildlife: prevent hunting
Posted on: Thursday, December 30th, 2010 at 11:43 am
The extinction of animals has rapidly increased due to excessive hunting, property development on sanctuaries meant for animals and environmental depletion. The only way to prevent the increasing rate of animal extinction is by using the power of the media and dedication to protect the animals.
Collect funds from acquaintances and friend to bring out an ad in the newspaper to make people aware of the grievances of animal extinction and how it should be prevented. Get a website made on the issue of animal extinction, the website should offer an online visibility to the cause and let concerned people be a part of it as well. Generate a partnership with the advocacy groups at universities to encourage ways of preventing animal extinction.
Collect donations and send them to the foundations specializing in the cause of saving wildlife. Send regular letters to editors of leading newspapers to put forward your concern on the issue.
Ways to save tigers
Posted on: Friday, November 12th, 2010 at 6:50 pm
Are you an animal lover? Are you aware of the dreadful fact that only 1411 tigers are left in India, whose national animal is the tiger itself? If so, make sure you become conscious of this fact and take the little steps by which you can contribute into the noble task of saving tigers. The first thing that you can do is be aware of the whole situation in itself and make more and more people aware of the consequences.
Secondly, stop the whole idea of poaching by reporting about any dealings of tiger skin. This is an illegal act, and the accused people will be fined and punished severely. Next, you can also support a cause which relates to the safety and security of tigers. Talk more and more about it, make people aware of the whole idea. All it takes is a little consciousness, and you can change the world towards betterment.
All about wildlife and deforestation
Posted on: Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 at 4:20 pm
Deforestation has been the center of controversy for quite some time now and almost all environmentalists are up in arms against it. There are several defenders of deforestation who harp on the economic benefits related to deforestation. However they usually tend to sideline the massive negative impacts of it.
Deforestation has a major impact of wildlife. Cutting down of trees, mean, destroying the natural habitat of the animals that live in the wild. With their natural habitat gone the animals find it extremely difficult to adapt and this ultimately leads to their extinction. This results in a dip in bio-diversity.
This happens because it is a lot harder for animals to adapt to new surroundings. With forests being cut down indiscriminately a lot of wild animals are finding their way into areas where humans reside. And needless to say this is posing a great danger to human lives as well.
Arctic pollution and the seabirds
Posted on: Saturday, October 31st, 2009 at 9:41 am
It has been recently found that sea birds play a major role in polluting Arctic environment. This is done as the sea birds carry contaminants such as plastic to the Arctic, thus contribution to pollution in the area. The Canadian scientists conducted a recent test in which organic pollutants like phenyl was found in the samples and the major thing to note is the contaminants were only found where the sea birds existed.
The contaminants get released into the ocean and birds which come to it for feeding their young ones also carry contaminants. So, even the farthest area on the earth is not safe from dangers like environment pollution and global warming. The human activities still remain the major source of pollution since the chemical residuals from the industrial processes get released into the sea. The birds searching for food only carry these pollutants present in the sea to the Arctic land.