|one horn rhinoceros|
This year’s theme for WED (World Environment Day) – Go Wild for Life – encourages you to celebrate all those species under threat and take action of your own to help safeguard them for future generations. This can be about animals or plants that are threatened within your local area as well as at the national or global level - many local extinctions will eventually add up to a global extinction! Whoever you are, and wherever you live, show zero-tolerance for the illegal trade in wildlife in word and deed, and make a difference.
The world is filled with endangered species of animals, many of which can be found in India. While some of these species are critically endangered, some are near threatened and some are even extinct. There are some species that are left in such few numbers that your next generation may not be able to ever see them, if nothing is done for their conservation.
Below are the list of animals which need special attention for their protection and conservation. To stop illegal animal trade and join our Green earth promote & protect environment project.
Huge efforts to counter the illicit trade - including stronger policies, awareness campaigns and investments in community conservation and law enforcement - have scored some great successes. However, many species remain at risk and it will take a dedicated and sustained effort by each and every one of us to turn the tide.
|Kashmir Red Stag (Hangul)|
|Indian Bison (Gaur)|
|Lion Tailed Macaque|
Let’s Join Together to Fight against the illegal wildlife trade and to save the endangered species before them extinct. We need to protect environment from threats ranging from wildlife crime to pollution.
Join At: Communications@heeals.org