World Wildlife Day is a global day of action to protect the natural world. It’s a day for us all to discover and celebrate the natural world around us.
This day is an excellent opportunity to learn about different species and attempt to save them from extinction. It’s also a chance for people worldwide to unite in the fight for wildlife conservation. And finally, it’s a time to reflect on our impact on nature and consider how we could be doing better.
What is World Wildlife Day?
World Wildlife Day is celebrated every year. It’s a day of global action to protect wildlife and their habitats. It’s a day for us all to discover and celebrate the natural world around us.
It’s an excellent opportunity to learn about different species and attempt to save them from extinction. It’s also a chance for people worldwide to unite in the fight for wildlife conservation.
The History of World Wildlife Day
World Wildlife Day was established by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1977. The day commemorates the signing of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) treaty, which took place that same year.
Each World Wildlife Day is themed to correspond with one of its three objectives: awareness, action, and education. The theme for this year is “What will you do to end wildlife crime?” This theme is designed to raise awareness about the many species threatened by trade and poaching.
Since 1973, World Wildlife Day has been observed annually to mark when CITES came into force.
When is World Wildlife Day?
World Wildlife Day is an annual global day of action for people to unite in the fight for wildlife conservation. The date changes each year.
How is World Wildlife Day Celebrated?
World Wildlife Day is a day for us to discover and celebrate the natural world around us. Whether you want to donate, volunteer your time, or simply learn more about endangered species, there are many ways to do so.
In celebration of World Wildlife Day, here are ideas for you to try:
– Get outside and appreciate nature. Look for animals or go for a walk in a park.
– Learn about endangered species by watching a documentary or reading up on them online.
– Plant a tree or support an organization that plants trees in areas where they have been depleted.
– Take care of your local wildlife by feeding birds at the park or volunteering with your local animal shelter.
– Share your experiences on social media with the hashtag #WorldWildlifeDay
Why We Love World Wildlife Day
The goal of World Wildlife Day is to conserve the natural world and explore how we can do better. That’s why we love it. We need to work together as a global community to help preserve wildlife and habitats. With an estimated 27,500 species on the brink of extinction, it’s time for us all to take action.
World Wildlife Day is a day to celebrate the wonders of our natural world. As we celebrate this day, we can also take some time to educate ourselves and others on how to protect our planet and the animals that inhabit it.