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Species At Risk Poster

What makes animals at risk in BC? human natural causes causes logging Isolation. Predators long-eared bat fishing habitat loss salish sucker other human activity fin whale humpback whale pacific blue heron long-billed curlew wolverine nuttal's cottontail grizzly bear What you can do to help: Making a come-back The anatum subspecies of the Peregrine Falcon, which was labelled "endangered" in 1978, was moved in 1999 into the "threatened", a lower risk category. More than 1,550 Peregrine Falcons were raised in captivity and released into the wild in order to support recovery of the species. Animals can't survive without food, shelter and water. Logging leaves a lot of animals without a home or feeding or hunting grounds. If you reduce the amount of paper products you use each day, you'll reduce the need for trees to be cut down. Always recycle whenever you can. Reducing your amount of trash will help conserve animal habitats. The Trumpeter Swan, whose status was "special concern" in 1978, now has a population of more than 20,000 birds and is growing in number. It is no longer considered at risk. You can support an animal through your local aquarium, zoo, or the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). WWF offers supporters an animal adoption program, with over 90 species to choose from. Donated funds will directly support endangered animals and their habitats. (

Species At Risk Poster

shared by casscs on Nov 26
This is several pages of the Canadian Government's Species at Risk web content reduced down to its core factors. I wanted to improve awareness about various things that are impacting our environment b...


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