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Wildlife Conservation Day

Each year on December 4th, Wildlife Conservation Day seeks to spread awareness about preserving and protecting the natural world and its inhabitants. Additionally, the observance strives to put an end to wildlife crime and supporting the Endangered Species Act.

Many conservation groups, zoos, and wildlife organizations hold a variety of events. These events focus on ending wildlife crime and saving endangered species. They host educational seminars and exhibits. They also offer discounted or free passes to their facilities.

To learn more about Wildlife Conservation Day, please visit The National Day Calender.

Resources:
Cost Assistance for Landowners Planning Conservation Practices, Foresty and Natural Resources Extension
Forest Improvement Handbook, The Education Store
Homeowner Conservation Practices to Protect Water Quality, The Education Store
Managing Your Property for Fish & Wildlife, Ask an Expert
Planning and Resources for Conservation Tree Planting, Ask an Expert

 

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