World Wildlife Conservation Day

World Wildlife Conservation Day – 04.12

World Wildlife Conservation Day was initiated back in 2012 when Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State put out a call to action. Wildlife Conservation Day exists to raise awareness among the general public about the real threats to wildlife and December 4th was chosen as the official date. Moreover, the White House came out with a strategy to combat wildlife …

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We’ve destroyed more than 80% of all wildlife

We’ve destroyed more than 80% of all wildlife. A recent study, led by professor Weizmann from the Institute of Science in Israel, showed that humans are the worst that happened to this planet. Their report says that humanity is killing the planet one bit at a time. They have measured that the entire human population of 7.6 billion is only …

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National Zoo and Aquarium Month – June

The Summer just started and this is the perfect occasion to start celebrating by visiting the local ZOO or an aquarium near you. But there is one more reason to head out and visit the animals: it is a whole month dedicated to their preservation and conservation, dedicated to keeping the wildlife species protected. Zoos and aquariums are facilities where …

Endangered Species Day – May 18

The 18th day of May this year is reserved for the celebration of Mother Earth’s endangered species. This holiday was brought by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with the simple plan to give voice to the endangered species and to shine a light on the national conservation efforts to protect them and their natural habitats. This holiday was born …

National Wildlife Week

  National wildlife week is celebrated March 12-16 annually since 1938 and it has a very rich history. This represents a long-running educational program that connects conservationists of all ages and throughout the country to explore and contribute to the awesome wonders of wildlife. Celebrating National Wildlife Week is a chance to learn a tad more about the wonderful animals …

World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day was officially made a global holiday on December 20th, 2013 when UNGA (the United Nations General Assembly) dedicated March 3rd as a day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). Since then, this day is to be dedicated to raising awareness of conservation of wild animals and …