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High School Peshawar Cant visited Manglot Park Nizampur at Nowshera the other day to demonstrate their support to Govt efforts for environmental and wildlife protection on the occasion of World Earth Day.
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Across the UK, local Wildlife Trusts manage special wild places including wetlands, wildflower meadows and urban wildlife nature reserves.
Jonathan Winn, living landscape coordinator at Durham Wildlife Trust, said: "With suitable management of open spaces, we can encourage wildlife into our towns and villages.
The magazine is an agent of change, designed to empower professionals to take a comprehensive look at what is shaping wildlife management and conservation, from politics to science to increasing human-wildlife interaction.
Infectious pathogens of wildlife affect not only human health and agricultural production but also wildlife-based economies and wildlife conservation.
During the late 1990s, the efforts of the Teaming with Wildlife coalition helped advance the Conservation and Reinvestment Act, a broad proposal to dramatically increase federal funding for a variety of land, water, and wildlife conservation programs.
Large carnivores tend to need more [protection] than many other wildlife species because they are seen as a threat," Quigley says.
If we want to make sure there is wildlife in these areas, we need to maintain connectivity.
Vice President for Membership Steve DelVecchio calls the program, now in its fifth year, "A wonderful way to educate others about wildlife, and save species on the brink of extinction.
Some environmental and bird conservation groups say the thousands of mute swans now on the East Coast and in the Great Lakes region are invasive intruders that compete with native birds and other wildlife for habitat and food.
2003 Wildlife Stewardship Award for air Individual to Brian Kernohan, senior ecological specialist at the Boise Corp.

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