From the edge of extinction: The fight to save endangered species ePub download
by Darryl Stewart
- ISBN: 0458936502
- ISBN13: 978-0458936502
- ePub: 1461 kb | FB2: 1632 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Biological Sciences
- Publisher: Methuen (1978)
- Pages: 191
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 130
- Format: lit lrf lrf txt
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780771083006. Release Date: January 1978.
With around one million species at risk, how do conservationists decide what species to save? . Image caption The Sumatran orangutan is a poster species for the fight against deforestation in Sumatra and Borneo. We value some species more than others - maybe for cultural reasons, or because they're prettier or more useful," says Alex. Image caption Some endangered species, like these Bermudan land snails, can be transported in very small boxes. Species need their champions'.
subjects that are usually fragmented. From the Edge of Extinction: Endangered Species in North America, by Darryl Stewart
subjects that are usually fragmented. From the Edge of Extinction: Endangered Species in North America, by Darryl Stewart. Mr Stewart takes 21 species of North American animals rescued from threats of extinction of varying severity. They range from the mighty bison, once 50 million strong, to the tiny Rutland's warbler, never numerous, and from the now abundant beaver to the California condor, which may perhaps survive only by captive breeding.
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Human activity has put wildlife around the world at risk, but many creatures are now thriving thanks to conservationists. The saiga antelope makes a strange pin-up for the conservation world. With its odd bulbous nose and spindly legs, it is an unlovely looking creature – particularly when compared with wildlife favourites such as the polar bear or panda.
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The Interior Department on Thursday proposed the most sweeping set of changes in decades to the Endangered Species Act, the law that brought the bald eagle and the Yellowstone grizzly bear back from the edge of extinction but which Republicans say is cumbersome and restricts economic development. Battles over endangered species have consumed vast swaths of the West for decades, and confrontations over protections for the spotted owl, the sage grouse and the gray wolf have shaped politics and public debate. Environmental activists criticized the proposed changes, saying they would put species at risk of extinction.
For more information about endangered species, visit endangered. For more information on what you can do, check out these tips from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. 4. Native plants provide food and shelter for native wildlife. gov and join our activist network to receive updates and action alerts. 2. Visit a national wildlife refuge, park or other open space. These protected lands provide habitat to many native wildlife, birds, fish and plants. Scientists tell us the best way to protect endangered species is to protect the places where they live. Attracting native insects like bees and butterflies can help pollinate your plants.