Conservation of Forest and Wildlife

Biosphere: It is that part of the earth in which living organisms exist or which supports life.

Biological diversity: It refers to the diversity of organisms existing on the earth, their interrelationships and their relationship with the environment. biodiversity is the variety of plants, animals and microorganisms generally found in an area

Wildlife Sanctuary: It is the area where animals are protected from any disturbance to them and their habitat.

National Park: The areas reserved for wildlife where they can freely use the habitats and natural resources.

What is wildlife conservation?

Wildlife Conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant-animal species and their habitats in an effort to maintain the ecological balance.

How does the government conserve our forests and wildlife?

The government lays down rules, regulations, and policies to protect our forests and wildlife. Besides, it also earmarks rich flora and fauna habitats as protected areas where the following activities are prohibited:

  • Cutting down trees
  • Grazing cattle
  • Hunting
  • Plantation and cultivation
  • Poaching (illegally killing or capturing wild animals)