Habitat loss is one of the biggest culprits of species extinction these days. It's not just the rainforest or the savanna, it's everywhere, including here in North America. I think people tend to forget about the wildlife in the states because most of the top tier predators have already been predominantly wiped out due to fear and trophy hunting. The push for agriculture and the conversion of habitats into condos isn't helping the cause.
"We don't need to have humans coming in and telling animals how to do what they know how to do naturally. Giving back habitat and restoring habitat, that could be the token..."
Whenever I think about this issue, it makes me question what I'm doing. It's something I care so much about, yet my life is running in a completely different direction. I don't want to say I have regrets, but I will say that I am struggling with where my future belongs. Stories like the one I'm sharing here make me really question what I can do from where I sit. How can I move forward from here and while combining my passions?
Here's a little inforgraphic just to give you a little visual of some of what's been going on thanks to the Mother Nature Network.
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