What is the goal of wildlife conservation?
The goal of wildlife conservation is to protect and nurture nature and wildlife which is integral in maintaining balance in nature.
Wildlife conservation aims at :
1) Maintaining healthy wildlife populations
2) Maintaining the number of animals in balance with their habitats.
3) Keeping track of current habitat conditions and breeding populations
4) preventing total extinction of species.
Wildlife conservation has become an increasingly important practice due to the negative effects of human activity. Wildlife conversation creates awareness to recognise the importance of wildlife for their aesthetic, scientific and ecological values.
NGO's and government agencies of many nations are dedicated to wildlife conservation. Along with several non profit organisations they help to implement policies to protect wildlife and promote various wildlife conservation processes.