How are human problems in Africa creating a crisis for this continent’s precious wildlife?
Visit national parks and wildlife refuges to learn what animals are endangered and what habitats they depend on. Share what you've learned with your family and friends.
Tiger bones. Rhino horn. Dried seahorses. Investigate how ancient medicinal practices and beliefs fuel the illegal trade in wild animal products.
Check out special programs and summer camp experiences at nearby zoos, aquariums and nature centers. When you're old enough, consider serving as a volunteer.
Islands have a lot to teach us. In these microcosms, or miniature versions of larger continents, conservation issues are magnified on islands. We’ll focus on the Pacific island of Guam.
Ask the adults you know if they might like to get involved with local greenway or open space committees in your city or town.
Conservation is not just about saving animals; it's about saving their natural habitats.
Plan a biodiversity event for your community. The idea is for people from all walks of life to identify as many plants, insects, birds and other species in local wild habitats during a 24-hour period.
Ever thought of getting a pet python, or a macaw, or another exotic pet? You might want to think again after checking out this section.
Focus on your science classes. The world needs future scientists to study wild animals in their habitats and discover the most effective ways to protect them.
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