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Mahogany glider – part of a conservation breeding project for this endangered species at the David Fleay Wildlife Park

For wildlife tourism to be enjoyed in the future, we need wildlife! And arguably the best way to experience wildlife is in its natural habitat, with all natural ecological processes still continuing.

Those who indulge in wildlife tourism also have a responsibility not to present a danger to either the wildlife they are viewing or interacting with, or to biodiversity in general

We welcome your contributions to the following discussions (or you may wish to simply read what others have said):

Current threats to wildlife and their habitats, and to wildlife tourism

Coal-mining and coal seam gas – potential threats to wildlife 

Let us know in the comments section below if you would like to start a new discussion topic within this theme

 

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  1. I’m looking for jobs oppurtunities in any wildlife careers, currently
    i’m a student of Sokoine University of Agriculture in TANZANIA persuing Bsc wildlifemanagement

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