What does the word “ecological” mean in the context of wildlife protection?
Environmental protection refers to a range of environmental management strategies, including protection of the environment, protection of biodiversity, conservation of resources and environmental health.
A conservation strategy is designed to preserve, protect and manage the environment in an environmentally sound way.
For example, protecting the environment for biodiversity or providing an environmentally sustainable source of energy could be considered an environmental protection strategy.
Wildlife protection refers specifically to the provision of protection for animals, plants and the environment.
Wildlife includes the animals that live in and around the land and the animals, animals and plants that inhabit it.
Conservation refers to the management of the natural environment by, for example, maintaining or improving a natural environment through appropriate management of land use, natural resources and other natural resources, including biodiversity.
Conservation is also referred to as protecting biodiversity.
A biodiversity conservation strategy may include measures to prevent or reduce threats to wildlife, including: protecting wildlife populations through measures such as managing natural and cultural areas; protecting natural habitats through measures to manage and restore natural habitats; and ensuring that the habitats are protected through measures that minimize disturbance and disturbance of natural systems and biodiversity.
For more information on wildlife protection, please refer to Wildlife protection, Wildlife Conservation, and Species protection.