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National Wildlife Day 2020 History, Theme, Significance & Images

National Wildlife Day 2020 History, Theme, Significance & Images

Every year on September 4, National Wildlife Day is celebrated in order to spread awareness about the protection and conservation of Wildlife in various parts of the world. The day promotes the conservation of wildlife, endangered species, Nature preservation in different ways. You can also become part of this noble cause by supporting the Zoos, Bird & Marine Sanctuaries, aquarium, aviaries, and people who are trying to make a difference.

Many people have forgotten the fact that Earth is not only for humans, it is also a home of many wildfires, vegetations. Therefore, it is important to spread awareness about them and let people know how much they are suffering because of us. One not necessarily has to go to the forest or outside their city to do something for nature. If you observe closely then you’ll found out that wildlife is everywhere and coexist with us like oceans, mountains, rivers, ponds, etc. International Charity Day 2020

National Wildlife Day Significance

It is important to learn how human activities are catastrophically impacting the home of animals and what should or can we do to stop it.

National Wildlife Day 2020 History, Theme, Significance & Images

We need to find ways to preserve the wildlife and habitat and repair those which are already been destroyed or on the cusp of destruction. We need to come up against brutal crimes like killing animals for their body parts and animal cruelty.

In the recent report, it has been found that despite various efforts the number of Whale Shark is kept on decreasing. We have to introduce strict laws against poachers.

National Wildlife Day History

The National Wildlife Day was proposed by the author and Pet Lifestyle Expert, “Collen Paige” in 2005 to order the memory of world-famous wildlife and nature conservationist Steven Irwin. He died when a Sting Ray stung him in the chest while shooting a wildlife show.

His quote on Wildlife is quite famous, “If we can teach people about wildlife, they will be touched. Share my wildlife with me. Because humans want to save things that they love.”

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