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Skomer Island Wildlife protection is the protection of endangered species of flora and fauna as well as their habitat. One of the goals of wildlife protection is to ensure that nature exists for future generations to enjoy wildlife and land and to realize how important it is to humans. There are several government agencies involved in the protection of wildlife, which help implement policies to protect wildlife. Many independent non-profit organizations promote various issues related to wildlife protection.

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Skomer Island Wildlife protection has become an increasingly important practice because of the negative effects of human behavior on wildlife. Conservation biology plays a role in protecting wildlife. The ethics of environmental protection, in addition to the pressure exerted by environmentalists, have made this issue an important environmental issue.

Endangered species
Endangered species in India include large breeds of rare species of wild animals, aquatic animals and insects. Indian wildlife consists of many species of birds, mammals, reptiles, etc., and is well known to include one of the richest species in the world. Wildlife in India also includes many endangered species that are dangerously endangered. Endangered species are defined as a sector of living organisms at risk of becoming extinct for many reasons. Either because they are few in number or because various environmental or predatory processes threaten to extinction. Endangered species have been identified in India by various national and international organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) and the Wildlife Institute of India (WII).

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Statistics of endangered species in India
According to official Skomer Island records, there are more than 130,000 species of endangered animals, in India, although some experts believe the number may be much higher than expected figures. However, some claim that the number is actually much more. The number of threatened species in India is about 8.86% of the world’s mammals. Mammals span more than 186 species, 45 families and 13 species, of which about 89 species are threatened with extinction in the IUCN Red List of Endangered Species of 2006.
; Species of endangered species in India
Endangered species in India were divided into 3 major categories
Types on the Edge of Extinction (CR)
Endangered Species (EN)
Endangered Species (VU)

This classification was carried out by the IUCN and the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) in 2004. Every minute, the number of threatened species groups decreases.
; Species on the brink of extinction in India Among the endangered species in India, there is one of the most species on the brink of extinction is a Siberian tiger. Which is a rare breed of tigers and is one of the endangered species in India. Asian elephants found in India have also become victims of illegal fishing, always known for ivory. However, the main reason for the organizations’ objection to their fishing operations was the loss of their habitat. Another endangered species in India is one of the big cats, a golden-tailed black cheetah. The number of these species has dropped to 14,000, in India. The main reasons for the decline in the number of cheetahs in India were the loss of their habitat as well as the population pressure on wildlife reserves in India. These causes are also a major concern for other threatened species in India. The main cause of their loss of habitat is the spread of agriculture. The Royal Bengal Tigers have also been extensively hunted for purposes of pet trade, zoos and research, as well as for use in Oriental medicine in the past.

In addition, species on the brink of extinction in India, as identified by the IUCN and the Wildlife Institute of India, include the snakes of Genghis, the large-spotted malabar, the flying squirrel from Skomer Island, the dwarf pig (Pygmie), the Slim-Ali bats, Sumterian horn and bat free of guilt from Roton. The list of endangered species in India include Asian lion, Asian black bear, desert cat, large Indian rhinoceros, wild rabbit, coarse hair, small black jaguar monkey, Kashmir deer, monkey-tailed macaque monkey, broiler deer, Tibetan sheep, Languor nalgiri monkey, Andaman wreaths, Andaman, Indian elephant or Asian elephant The blue whale, the langurian monkey with the cape, the serpentine, the finch whale, the Ganges dolphin, the golden langur monkey, the Asian asian fish, the giant sea turtles, the Indus River dolphin, Fur, mongoose swamps, neocop trees, wild nuggets, multicolored flying squirrels, Peter the tube nose, red panda, sapphire whale, bonhut mouse, tigers, wild water buffaloes, and the mystic flying squirrel.

Effective NGOs
Many non-governmental organizations are actively promoting or participating in the protection of wildlife, such as:
Nature Conservation is an American environmental charity that works to preserve plants, animals and natural habitats that represent the diversity of life on earth by protecting the land and water they need to survive.

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is an international non-governmental organization working to resolve issues related to the protection, search and recovery of the environment, formerly known as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which still maintains its official name in Canada and the United States. It is the largest independent environmental protection organization in the world supported by more than 5 million supporters worldwide, operates in more than 90 countries and supports around 1,300 [4] projects of nature protection and environmental projects around the world. A charity organization, almost 60% of its funding comes from voluntary donations from independent individuals. 45% of the Fund’s income comes from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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Wildlife Protection Society
Audubon Society
TRAFFIC (World Wildlife Trade Watch Network) (Wildlife Protection Program)
International Club for snorkeling trips

Wildlife in Ireland
The wildlife scene in Ireland is full of noise. However, getting close to it does not require safaris and does not require special effort – in fact, it is usually just a walk in the park
The National Parks of the Republic of Ireland and the scenic areas of Northern Ireland are some of the best places to see wildlife in its finest form. They also form beautiful amulets;

Go to Glenevagh National Park, Donegal County, to enjoy more than 16,000 hectares of wild wildlife with lakes and rivers as well as a castles. He watched hawks, crows, shaheen, and eagles, which had recently returned, beginning to fly in the sky, along with deer, shark and endemic foxes.

Seal in the waters off Kinsale
The passageway of the Antarctic district is another natural beauty area with an 18-mile intermittent sea front and groves and is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Giants’ Corridor.

If you look closely around the island of Rethlin in early April, you may also see shahines coming out to play.

Life also thrives around the coastline with shrimp and crab, while rare plant species include beautiful blue lichen that blooms in spring and white.
Then descend to the eastern seaboard and head to the muddy plains and the Wexford Wild Wilderness Islands, which house about half of the world’s front-end white geese and more than 190 species of waterbirds.

The rivers and lakes of the island connect all of these provinces and more, filled with vitality under the surface of the thickness of the chick, the Ariane, the crackers, the seabream and the salmon, while the banks flutter with mink, mice, ducks and geese are engaged in their daily activities.

In the watery side of things you find the dolphin Fangie still playing his games in Dingle, Cree County; while you can pick up a ride from the Northern Irish Diving Resort at the port of Ballamford in Interm to see the boar.

And if you’re looking for top-notch pioneers, watching Ireland’s whales in Cork invites people out every August to first look at the whales and the gray-haired whales.

Yes I remembered, and along the beach, he closely watched seal animals, dolphins and sharks enjoying the warmth of the sun, and even the strange killer whale, while he was spotted away from Inishwin without a leg in recent months.

Ideal landscaping

We can not lose sight of our global geological parks, which are recognized by UNESCO for its exceptional geological heritage. The other reason is for our wildlife dwellers, who make up a small team that is very happy.

The geological parks are characterized by a strange beauty: the geological gardens of Marble Arch from the provinces of Fermanagh to Cavan include groves, forests, caves and tributary mountains: Waterford County includes the Copper Coast Geological Park, a real open-air geology museum that reflects the evolving environments Over a tremendous period of 460 million years.

When talking about the past, in the shadow of the Neo-Grange built just before the Pyramid, Brian McKinn’s falcon will come to breed falcons and a group of friendly birds, ranging from hawk hawks, golden eagles and finely-plucked bum. If you want to take a panoramic view,

Moving to our third geological garden: Alborin Geological Park and Grottoes are very popular places. Living in wildlife, famous for its beautiful limestone landscapes, you will find rabbits, wild goats, mink and grasshoppers, and the only lizard in Ireland, the newborn lizard that can be seen speeding through the shadows and sunlight whenever it wants.

If at the same time you look up in the air, you will see the super-purine care of the very rare yellow humming bees.

A natural habitat is an area protected by the Ministerial Act of the Republic of Ireland. National parks and wildlife services include all nature reserves by province. These reserves in Northern Ireland can be found on the NIEA website link.

Did not you notice that they are full of noise here. Would not you come for a walk in the wild side?