Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India - Efforts of Government for its Conservation
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Wildlife Conservation Efforts Taken by the Government of India

18 Sep Wildlife Conservation Efforts Taken by the Government of India

Wildlife Conservation Efforts in India

India has a variety of weather, soil, climate and other factors that make the appropriate condition for the wild animals. There are numerous kinds of animals that are hosting in our national parks. Some of them are in its extinction and threatened, these species require the serious act for conservation. The government of India is doing the effort to save these endangered animals but these efforts are not fulfilling the goal.

FAQ’s: What is the meaning of wildlife conservation?

The term wildlife conservation can be defined as a “Guidelines for the proper regulation and maintenance of wild animals and plants”. The main objective of this is to prevent the decline of the number of wild animals.



  
World wildlife Fund (WWF) has set up, various groups, to prevent and conserve the wildlife as fast as possible so these efforts are now quickly making the changes the number of endangered animals.

Efforts by the government to conserve the wildlife

The government is regularly inaugurating the new national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India since the first national park in 1935. To conserve the Tiger in 1972, the concept of Project Tiger comes into the light because the numbers of Tigers are decreasing as a regular span of time. 
In 2000 there are more than 20,000 tigers are counted and we found the 1411 tigers in 2011, these figures are based on the Tiger census report. Now in 2014, the total number of tiger reserve is 47.
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Some popular wildlife conservation places of India:-

  • Corbett National Park
  • Gir National Park, Sanctuary
  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Kanha National Park
  • Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Desert National Park
  • Pench national park
Consequences of wildlife conservation in India:-
1. Deforestation on national parks and sanctuaries is now under control in some context.
2. Wildlife deals into the economic growth, therefore the conservation is directly related to the growth of the country.
3. To take some strict action to protect animals, these animals are now the new hope for the medical revolution.
4. Wildlife is the necessary for the balance of food chain process.

Laws to protect the wildlife:-

 The government of India is regularly taking the effort to provide the best ecosystem to conserve them, so they make laws to protect those animals some of them are-
  • Wildlife Protection Act, 1972
  • Indian Forest Act, 1927
  • Wild Elephant Protection Act 1879
  • Forest (Conservation) Act, 1988


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