World Wildlife Day celebrations 2021
About World Wildlife Day
March 3 coincides with March 4, World Wildlife Day 2021. This day was set in order to emphasize the conservation of wildlife and its various functions, including environmental, genetic, economic, social, scientific, educational, cultural functions, as well as the importance of wildlife in sustainable development.
At the 68th Annual Session of the United Nations General Assembly on December 20, 2013, at the suggestion of Thailand, March 3 was designated as World Wildlife Day each year to focus on rescuing endangered species in the world. For each year, a slogan specific to that year is set, and thus everyone’s attention is focused on a specific topic.
World Wildlife Day is celebrated every year by all members of the United Nations with the aim of raising awareness around the world about the status of wildlife, training, and special events. The focus of this day is on preventing further damage to endangered species.
Wildlife conservation encompasses various aspects of their lives, including ecological, genetic, habitat, climate change, poaching, and animal trafficking.
Every year, people all over the world hold all kinds of events to celebrate World Wildlife Day.
Their aim is to raise awareness of the beauty and the importance of our natural world and to
look for ways to protect and conserve it.
Threatened species – any species of plant or animal that are on the brink of being endangered
- Endangered species – any species of plant or animal that is in danger of extinction
- Extinct Species (in the wild) – plants and animals that no longer survive in the wild.
- Extinct Species – plant and animal species that have died out
Many extinct species in the wild may live in zoos, botanical gardens, or even in our own back yards. Two extinct species in the wild that survive elsewhere include the blue-tailed skink and the rhododendron kanehirai. Another currently survives because of its popularity.
The butterfly splitfin, While the butterfly splitfin is formally listed as extinct in the wild, a small population still exists in Mexico. Also known as butterfly goodeids (Ameca splendens), the live-bearing fish currently maintain their population in habitats in home aquariums.
Causes of Extinction
- While extinction naturally occurs on Earth, humans involvement accelerates extinction rates. Some of the causes of extinction include:
- habitat loss – over development, expansion of urban areas, and deforestation contribute to this cause
- climate change – over-reliance on fossil fuels, deforestation, and other factors contribute to this cause
- invasive species – plants, animals, and organisms introduced to a non-native habitat that alter or destroy biodiversity and ultimately lead to the extinction of many species
overfishing and hunting – the demand for more food or materials by a population than an ecosystem can sustain
World Wildlife Day creates opportunities to highlight the solutions we’ve built for a more sustainable future. It’s also our chance to focus on the accomplishments of countless individuals who devote their lives bringing our vision of a healthy planet to fruition.
Wildlife trade is one of the most profitable illicit trades in the world, estimated at up to $10 billion annually. Illegal wildlife trade of elephant ivory, rhino horns, and tiger products are widespread in many countries, particularly in Asia and Africa. It is controlled by dangerous crime syndicates that traffic wildlife like drugs or weapons.
On December 20, 2013, the UN added World Wildlife Day to its calendar as an official event to be celebrated from March 3, 2014, onwards. It declared the day out of concern that wildlife crime had negative economic, environmental, and social impacts worldwide.
World Wildlife Day is celebrated in March every year to raise awareness of the world’s wild flora and fauna. The day also marks the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), an international agreement regulating trade in wild animals and plants. This year’s World Wildlife Day celebrations were on the theme ‘Sustaining all Life on Earth’, focusing on the critical role biodiversity plays in sustaining people’s livelihoods globally.
Recent reports indicate that we are in danger of losing one million species of plants and animals. Consequently, the emphasis is increasingly being placed on the urgent need for measures to ensure the sustainable use and conservation of wild animals and plants.
In line with tradition, BirdLife partners marked the day with a varied range of events. In Mauritius, the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF, BirdLife Partner) lined up activities over two days, from 29 February to 1 March. On the first day, visitors learned about the valuable conservation work that MWF has been undertaking in Mauritius, Rodrigues, and outer islets since the 1970s. Fun activities included face painting, exhibitions, and coloring in pictures of endemic species.
Additionally, MWF screened a series of conservation films including an adaptation of Diane Gueho’s film entitled Mauritius Fruit bats under threat and the award-winning film Paradise Island: Back from the brink, which focusses on the impact of human settlements on Mauritian endemic species. In addition to this, MWF carried out further awareness-raising activities with the staff of the Mauritius Commercial Bank on 6 March.
“Highlighting the important role played by wildlife in our environment is important. As part of MWF’s efforts, we are carrying out various programs to safeguard endangered animals and plants. World Wildlife Day provides an opportunity to showcase and celebrate our conservation achievements”, said Jean Hugues, Fundraising and Communications Manager at MWF.
How it first started
In December 2013, 40 years after it had signed the Convention on International Trade in
Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, the United Nations General Assembly decided to
create a day to raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants and the importance of
protecting them. They decided to call it World Wildlife Day and chose 3 March as the date to
Why is it so important?
Earth is home to many, many different species of plants and animals, more than we can
possibly count. It is this rich diversity, and the delicate balance between all the different forms
of life, that makes life possible on our planet. We depend on all the elements of the biosphere
for all our basic needs: the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and the energy and materials we use to make the things we need to live our lives. Each and every species is equally important. One of the aims of World Wildlife Day is to raise awareness of these facts.
Reasons for Animal Population Decreases
Wildlife refers to all the plant and animal species that survive in natural, wild areas throughout the world. A delicate balance must exist among all living things in order to sustain healthy ecosystems. Unfortunately, that balance has been thrown off by human involvement.
Mammal, bird, reptile, fish, and amphibian populations have declined by 52% during the last 4 decades according to the World Wildlife Fund. The forces behind this unprecedented destruction are many. This article takes a look at some of the major causes of the decline in wildlife.
Major Causes of Wildlife Loss
Humans use plants and animals for nearly every facet of daily life. Food, clothing, medicine, souvenirs, pets, and building supplies are just some of the uses that have led people to rely on wildlife.
Humans fulfill these needs by overfishing rivers and oceans, poaching endangered animals, and overhunting important species. Wildlife exploitation is responsible for 37% of the loss in wildlife biodiversity. We are taking more than mother nature can provide.
Human Land Use Competing for Space with Wildlife
In addition, to keep up with unsustainable human population growth, more and more land is required. Cities are expanding at alarming rates and stretching beyond their original borders. Housing developments are infringing upon plant and animal homes by covering the earth with concrete, bulldozing hills to create flat lots of land, and damming rivers and streams to produce hydro-electricity.
It’s no wonder that habitat degradation and change have resulted in a 31.4% loss of wildlife. Related to this is complete habitat loss, responsible for 13.4% of wildlife loss. Habitat loss is occurring in an effort to keep up with demands for agriculture which require huge tracts of land to produce feed.
This feed is used for animals that are raised for meat on factory farms. To obtain these tracts of land, deforestation practices are utilized. Deforestation tears down trees and large plants, stripping animals of shelter and food.
All of this human development produces pollution. Waterways are polluted with runoff from manufacturing facilities, factory farms, and the gas and oil that collects on roadways. Mining practices discard unusable heavy metals and minerals into groundwater sources.
Air is polluted by the fumes from traffic and burning fossil fuels. Pesticides sprayed onto crops inadvertently kill other plant species. Garbage and littering fill the land with non-biodegradable plastics that can be consumed by animals both on land and at the sea.
All of these reasons and more explain why pollution is directly responsible for the loss of 4% of wildlife biodiversity. But, indirectly, it is responsible for more deaths because it causes global climate change. All of those greenhouse gases released into the air not only have a direct impact on the quality of air and water but they go on to trap solar radiation which leads to increased global temperatures, natural disasters, and glacial melting. Global climate change has exterminated 7.1% of all wildlife.
Human involvement does not stop with these causes. Increased globalization means that people are now traveling farther and faster than ever before taking with them new ideas, business prospects, and finished goods around the world. While this sounds like a positive advancement for civilization, it also comes with negative consequences.
This increased mobility has also allowed for the spread of non-native plants and animals to move into new areas. Non-native wildlife is referred to as invasive species and they are responsible for the loss of 5.1% of all wildlife and for threatening 42% of all endangered species.
Invasive species move into an area and quickly reproduce and spread. They outnumber native species, preying on them and competing with them for food resources. This decreases biodiversity thereby changing the structure of the ecosystem.
Finally, disease among plants and animals is responsible for a 2% loss in biodiversity. The disease is almost an aftermath of the aforementioned causes of wildlife loss because it occurs in unhealthy and unbalanced ecosystems. Although they are naturally occurring, an unhealthy ecosystem cannot fend for itself and fight off viruses, fungus, and bacteria in the same way a healthy ecosystem can. Lower levels of biodiversity mean that the plant and animal community is less resilient to disease.
habitat of other creatures, resulting in the extinction of many animals, the continued neglect and destruction of some resources. Natural biology, which has intensified in the last decade or two, will have irreparable consequences, experts say.
Biodiversity includes plant, animal, and microbial species, of which about 2 million species have been identified so far, and scientists estimate that number could increase to about 10 million.
Explaining the importance of biodiversity, it is enough that the United Nations held a conference on environmental protection in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992, one of the achievements of which was the conclusion of the Biodiversity Treaty, and Iran ratified this treaty in 1996 and ratified it. the attachment.
In simple and all-encompassing language, it may be possible to endanger wildlife diversity by experiencing the increasing proximity of wildlife species such as wolves, leopards, and bears to urban and rural communities and their attacks on livestock and humans in recent decades as one. He explained the consequences of human intervention in nature and the destruction of animal and plant habitats.
Research by a number of scientists around the world has shown that between 1993 and 2009, agriculture, mining, and urbanization caused the destruction of wildlife habitats in areas of land larger than India.
In fact, two-thirds of the world’s wildlife is found in just five countries, excluding parts of Africa. According to the study, 94 percent of the world’s wildlife is concentrated in 24 countries and 70 percent in only five countries, the United States and Canada. , Brazil, Australia, and Russia are concentrated.
At present, part of wildlife is protected by the laws of the countries, but in most countries, there are no specific laws and programs for this, in fact, there is no guarantee of long-term protection of the earth’s wildlife by governments, industries, and human societies.
Researchers believe that slowing down or preventing the spread of industries in wildlife habitats and developing mechanisms for the private sector to protect the environment, along with developing and improving fisheries management practices, could be effective in conserving the earth’s wildlife.
According to this research, about 15 years ago, only 15% of the earth’s surface was used by humans. But now more than 77 percent of the earth’s surface and about 88 percent of the oceans have undergone changes due to human activities.
About one million species of animals and plants are at risk of extinction, according to the United Nations. In addition, 40 percent of amphibians and corals, along with 30 percent of marine mammals, are classified as endangered species.
The World Wildlife Fund said in the latest version of the Live Planet report: The world’s wildlife population has shrunk by about 60 percent since 1970. The report, which is published every two years, looks at the health of the planet. And a comprehensive picture of the destructive effects of human activities on earth is presented.
In 2016, the report stated that between 1970 and 2012, nearly half of the world’s wildlife population was extinct, and if no effective action is taken, 67% of the world’s wildlife will be extinct by 2020. Went. In this report, the human need for energy and food is introduced as the most important destructive factor of wildlife.
Now, two years later, the new version of the report shows that the situation has not changed and the population of various species of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, and amphibians between 1970 and 2014 has decreased by 60%.
Habitat extinction, along with behaviors such as fishing and overfishing, were identified as the most important threats to animal species, with 50 percent of shallow-water corals and 20 percent of the ecosystem over the past 30 years. Amazon is gone.
The report emphasizes that it is not too late to change and protect nature, it is possible to protect humans, the main challenge is to change the approach to development, which requires global action.
From a national point of view, it is clear that Iran is located between the three zoological regions of India, Europe, and Africa due to its geographical area and various territorial features and has diverse and unique wildlife, but the increase in human population and expansion of development leads to each other.
There is overlap between wildlife habitats and humans, and this situation has created a destructive and endangered view of wildlife.
Iran’s biodiversity is unique in the world, but this situation will not last long. If we do not change our policies towards the environment, experts believe that as long as we consider the environment to be stagnant, nature and its existing plant and animal species will continue to be in danger of extinction.
Despite its diverse climates, Iran has diverse wildlife and environment, but many of them are endangered and extinct. There are about 1,170 vertebrate species in Iran, according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) About 78 species are endangered.
About 43 species of fish, four species of amphibians, 14 species of reptiles, 27 species of birds and 18 species of mammals are on the union’s red list, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.
There are also more than 9,000 species of birds in the world, about 13% of which are endangered, 536 species of birds live in Iran, which is estimated that about 5.5 to 6 million migratory birds enter Iran annually, the number of birds in Iran is equal to the birds of the whole continent of Europe, and this shows that Iran is rich in biodiversity, but this rich diversity is in danger, of course, this issue is not unique to Iran and many countries are involved.
According to the latest United Nations report in 2019, the unprecedented destruction of biodiversity around the world is a new threat to humans and the rate of extinction of Earth species is increasing.
More than half a million species now do not have enough habitat to survive in the long run, and several thousand species will become extinct over the next few decades.
Researchers believe that the main reasons for this phenomenon are deforestation, pollution, overfishing, and fishing, and humans are the main cause of the extinction of these species.
Of course, in Iran, due to the importance of the issue, an action plan with the aim of conservation for species such as brown bear, black bear, yellow deer, short-nosed crocodile (Gando), Lorestani salamander, Euphrates turtle, chicken, white-fronted goose, and leopard has been prepared and communicated to the provinces. The program is also being prepared for species such as shoka, zebra, deer, ram, houbara, Balaban, red-spotted trout, salamander cave, Latifi viper, and white-headed duck.
According to international definitions and standards, the Environmental Protection Agency divided Iran into four sections, including national parks, national natural monuments, a protected area, and a wildlife sanctuary.
10.5% of the country’s area is allocated to protected areas in order to preserve and protect the plant and animal habitats of the country in these areas, their function has been to protect plants, animals, and ecosystems.
There are 93 protected areas in Iran: Biosphere Reserve, Hormozgan International Wetland, Arjan and Parishan Biosphere Reserve, Fars International Wetland, Arasbaran, East Azerbaijan Biosphere Reserve, Turan and Kavir, Semnan Biosphere Reserve, GNU, Hormozgan Biosphere Reserve, Hamoon And Gando Sistan and Baluchestan International Wetland, Siah Kashim Gilan International Wetland, Hilleh Bushehr, Central Alborz of Mazandaran and Tehran, Kalmand Yazd, Dena Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad, Marakan West Azerbaijan, Jahannama Golestan, Qomishloo and Moteh and Kolah Ghazi Isfahan Dez Khuzestan is one of them.
At present, there are 284 protected areas in the form of the four mentioned areas under management in the country, which are a total of 17 million 780 thousand hectares.
There are about 190 no-hunting zones with an area of eight million 500 thousand hectares in the country.
According to Article 3 of the Law on Environmental Protection and Improvement, natural areas such as national parks, national natural monuments, wildlife sanctuaries and protected areas are managed by the Environmental Protection Organization. And the Environmental Protection Agency is the deputy director of other organizations and ministries.
Protected areas and wildlife sanctuaries are part of the natural resources of Isfahan province, which is of special importance in terms of keeping, breeding animals, preserving the natural state and reviving plants.
Isfahan province is one of the significant regions of our country in terms of ecological and wildlife diversity, has a national natural monument, two national parks, five wildlife sanctuaries, four protected areas, 11 no-hunting areas and an international wetland.
So far, more than 2,000 plant species belonging to about 700 genera and in the form of 130 families have been identified in this province, of which 350 are medicinal species, 45 are exclusive species, 54 are vulnerable, 16 are rare and 19 are endangered. To be.
So far, 484 vertebrate species including 62 species of mammals, 296 species of birds, 40 species of reptiles, eight species of amphibians, 41 species of fish have been identified in Isfahan province, including wild goats, rams and ewes, Persian deer, Persian cheetah, Persian biped, Sand cat, Hubert and golden crow are considered as special and special species of Isfahan province.
Isfahan province has four national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. According to the definitions in the text of the relevant laws, these areas are an active natural ecosystem and are considered to support the protection of the country’s natural resources, and any harvesting or hunting is prohibited.
Qomishloo National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary
This area with an area of 113,000 hectares is located 45 km northwest of Isfahan. This area includes two parts of heights and plain, the most important heights of which are Omarkuh, Mustan, Zangari, Dam-e Zard, Atabaki, Darband. The main part of the climate of this region is semi-arid desert and small parts of the highlands have a semi-humid climate.
So far, 344 plant species belonging to 223 genera and 55 families have been identified and registered in the Qomishloo region. There are also 37 species of mammals, 82 species of birds, 32 species of reptiles, and two species of amphibians in this region.
‘Isfahan ram and sheep’ is a species of animals in the Qomishloo region and other animal species can be wolves, hyenas, jackals, rams and sheep, goats and deer, deer, rodents, birds, especially Quebec, Tihu, Dalijah, Little Dalijah, Desert Eagle, Golden Eagle, all kinds of chirps and all kinds of chirps.
Kolah Ghazi National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary of
this area with an area of about 50,911 hectares is located in the southeast of Isfahan and adjacent to the new city of Baharestan.
The Kolah Ghazi mountain range, which stretches from the northwest to the southeast of Kolah Ghazi National Park, forms the best habitat for the region’s wildlife.
Also, Sheidan and Qarneh mountain ranges are other mountain habitats of Kolah Ghazi National Park.
Kolah Ghazi National Park has a dry, cold climate and desert climate and is classified between mountainous desert areas and semi-desert steppe areas.
So far, 252 plant species belonging to 192 genera and 46 families have been registered in the judge’s hat.
Also, 17 species of mammals, 44 species of birds, 11 species of reptiles and one species of amphibians have been identified and recorded in this area.
‘Goat and goat’ is the species of animals of Kolah Ghazi region and other animals of the region include leopards, wolves, hyenas, wild cats, otters, rams and sheep, deer, ospreys, reptiles, birds, especially partridges. , Tihu, White-bellied Cocker, all kinds of rattlesnakes, rattlesnakes, desert eagles, golden eagles, terns, and sea urchins.
This area with an area of about 305,000 hectares is located one hundred kilometers northeast of the city of Nain.
The wildlife of the Abbasabad Sanctuary includes 43 species of mammals, 89 species of perennials, 179 species of migratory and seasonal birds, 24 species of reptiles, some amphibians, and a wide range of arthropods that are considered valuable and diverse genetic resources.World Wildlife Day.
World Wildlife Day and this sanctuary has a significant population of important, rare, or endangered species at the national level such as Hubert, Cheetah, Leopard, Fox King, Jabir, Sand Cat, Caracal, Crow, Falcon, Bahri, Balaban, Golden Eagle, Dalijah, The owl, the sand fox, the Varanus, and the viper family is of particular interest to international organizations.
Abbasabad Wildlife Sanctuary with its unique position in the Cheetah Habitat Center of the country and in the center of gravity of the network of four protected areas and in addition to its rich intrinsic and native importance, in terms of this feature, is considered a ‘life corridor’. World Wildlife Day.
Moteh Wildlife Sanctuary
This area with an area of 205,000 hectares in four cities of Delijan, Meimeh, Mahallat, and Golpayegan, part of which is located in Markazi province.
The general appearance of this region in a general classification includes numerous mountains and hills, plains and vast plains as well as salt marshes with their own plants that each of these habitats creates special habitat conditions for the region’s wildlife and World Wildlife Day.
Also, Joldak heights in the southern and southwestern part of this region with important mountains such as Ghazi Darreh, Kuh-e Gach, Jaldak, Piseh Kooh, Shahgholi, and Saleh Peighambar form another part of the mountain habitats of Moteh Wildlife Sanctuary.
On the other hand, World Wildlife Day and Moteh Wildlife Sanctuary has brought special and unique features to this region due to its vast plains and plains, which include the habitats of important lowland species such as deer.
A total of 478 plant species belonging to 240 genera and 53 families have been identified in this area.
25 species of mammals, 88 species of birds, 25 species of reptiles, and one species of amphibians have been identified and recorded in this area.World Wildlife Day.
‘Persian deer’ is a species of animal in the vast plains of Moteh region. Other animal species include rams, goats, leopards, wild cats, hyenas, World Wildlife Day wolves, jackals, foxes, boars, rodents, reptiles, and birds, including partridges, terns, black-bellied cockerels, and a variety of species. Chekchek, various types of chakavk, hawk, Balaban, dalijeh, and vulture mentioned.
According to the Hunting Law, any hunting in national parks of wildlife sanctuaries is prohibited and punishable.
Accordingly, this year the Environmental Protection Agency approved a ban on hunting and fishing for a period of five years with the aim of improving biodiversity in the country. World Wildlife Day.
Referring to long-term educational perspectives on environmental protection, he continued: “Generations’ attitudes change over time, so to achieve short-term goals, policies must be changed to see the short-term effects.”World Wildlife Day.
According to this researcher, education for children before and during primary school is very important because children must be taught from the beginning that the environment is an integral and important part of our lives and is not something separate from us. World Wildlife Day.
“The origins of environmental problems around the world are not very different and very similar,” said Hammami. Come on.
“Climate change is another blow to the environment despite the current drought,” he said. The habitats face the dilemma and they give up their original capability World Wildlife Day.
Considered the entry of non-native species as another problem that occurs for natural areas and ecological diversity and added: This problem arose in many different parts of the world since the 19th century, for example, the entry of Azolla World Wildlife Day into Anzali Lagoon and Or the arrival of tila pila in some lakes of the country has made the life of some plants and other aquatic animals difficult.
The researcher stated that the uncontrolled harvesting of other natural resources is one of the causes of the severe decline of various species of animals, on the other hand, specified: Iranian cheetah to be endangered.
“Urban wastewater, air pollution of the seas, water, soil, sound, and light are other problems that are harmful to the environment, and although sometimes the effects are not short-lived, we must wait for the consequences,” he said.
The university professor cited the lack of correct belief among officials as one of the problems that lead to wrong policies and challenges the environment and wildlife and World Wildlife Day.
According to Homami, for example, the development of livestock and the existence of more than 52 million sheep in Iran, the high density of herbivores in the country causes severe damage to the environment and narrows the living space for other animals.
He added: “The existence of 124 million livestock in the country leads to the uncontrolled use of pastures and vegetation, and the existence of excessive livestock grazing increases the loss of vegetation and the production of fine dust and challenges flood control.” he does.
World Wildlife Day “Economic pressures increase the pressure on natural resources, and in other words, there is no responsible view in the field of environment, and the annual budget of this sector is in the last ranks.”
He pointed out: “It has been mentioned many times that this organization should be a ministry in order to be able to turn development projects into a coordinated system in coordination with other organizations and institutions. World Wildlife Day, on the other hand, the small number of environmentalists and limited financial resources make it impossible. Well protected areas.
Homami pointed to the need for attractiveness in education to be more important to the living environment and continued: Prevention of ecological degradation should be institutionalized in the minds of all human beings.
“Life management science was formed in the 1930s and he stressed that both the environment and the needs of the people must be addressed World Wildlife Day, but the current science is active management or the ecosystem with the participation of the people,” he said, referring to strategies to further preserve the environment. In this direction, we must move towards sustainable development and at the same time protect the environment.
The professor added: “In order to protect natural resources and environmental species, an assessment of environmental diversity should be done and the abundance and dispersion of different species of animals should be obtained, prioritizing to protect which habitat and biodiversity should be more on it.” World Wildlife Day The work to be done should be done in the next section, in the next step World Wildlife Day monitoring and protection should be reviewed in the next section, and in the next step, the diagnosis of the problem and where it should be best protected should be on the agenda.
According to him, systemic management, regulation of perceptions, training of public opinion, and proper research and policy should be used together to protect the animal environment.
What can be done to preserve wildlife?
In this section, we have suggestions so that each of us can play our part in conserving wildlife. These suggestions include:
1- Reviewing the reconstruction of the yard
If you have just bought a house or are planning to renovate your home, you may want to make some changes to your backyard garden. You may want to change the garden, or plant new plants in the garden, or clean up car plants. But keep in mind that these developments can do great harm to the animals that live there.World Wildlife Day Trees and even holes in the garden can be the habitat of many animals. Therefore, make changes in the gardens more carefully and carefully.
2- Keeping cats at home
These lovely, furry, and intelligent creatures love to roam the outdoors and the streets. But these beautiful cats can be the biggest enemy of birds on World Wildlife Day. Killing birds by cats has little to do with their hunger. It often happens that cats, without intending to eat birds, just kill them but do not want to eat them. Therefore, it is better to keep these creatures in the house.
3- Do not use electric mosquitoes
It is definitely an unpleasant thing to hear the buzzing of insects and especially mosquitoes in our ears while we are tired. But the use of mosquitoes, in addition to mosquitoes, kills other insects that are also food for other organisms World Wildlife Day. In this way, we disrupt the food cycle of animals. So instead of using electric mosquito nets, it seems better to replace them with mosquito nets and door and window nets. Think of better window grilles today.
4- Garbage collection even if you have not dumped it
If you are really concerned about wildlife and the environment, then you should also be sensitive to the dumping of waste in nature. Protecting the environment is the duty of all of us and it does not matter if it is in front of our house or another city or in the desert at all. This waste can be a great threat to animals and wildlife and cause disease or even death. Many times we see that the mass of garbage has destroyed the habitats of animals and sometimes has caused irreparable damage to the environment.
5- It is forbidden to feed animals except for birds!
Animals can instinctively feed themselves, World Wildlife Day but when you feed them, they get used to the presence of humans. But feeding birds can be a good idea. Bread crumbs and leftovers are good and attractive foods for birds.
6- Creating a wildlife sanctuary at home
If you have a garden or balcony at home, you can turn it into a wildlife habitat. For example, building a birdhouse and keeping it in a safe place, and preparing food for them is an idea that will help wildlife effectively. World Wildlife Day You can also design a simple shelter for other animals and animals such as bees, cats, and according to the limitations and the amount of space you have. To do this, be sure to read and search a little before taking action to be aware of all aspects of it.
7- Trying to reduce greenhouse gases
One of the serious threats to the environment is global warming and carbon dioxide emissions. This gas causes acidification of ocean waters and the destruction of wildlife in those areas. It can also harm terrestrial animals or endanger their lives. But what can be our role?
Sometimes small steps can have a big impact. World Wildlife Day, For example, it is enough for each of us to endure a little heat in summer and a little cold in winter or to use a personal car only when necessary. In this way, we play our role in preserving the environment and wildlife, as well as reducing the effects of greenhouse gases.
In the end, it is important for each of us to take responsibility for the environment and wildlife and do everything we can to preserve it.
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