Summer 2020

Summer 2020:

A Bird's Eye View

ALL USEFUL DISCUSSIONS about climate change, and the many activities of humanity that endanger wildlife species, eventually come back to habitat.

Arguments about global warming can go to the enth degree; there are tonnes of concerns to be had about 'carbon' emissions; while pollution in all its forms - most recently a global realisation of the insidious dangers of micro-plastics - is a constant dangerous challenge for the natural world.

Yet while forest clearing is acknowledged as a bad idea, not much intelligence is spent on stopping it before it happens, especially in the most critical locations. When considering the health and often the very existence of wildlife, it usually comes back to habitat.
Habitat is the baseline for the survival of species. Any species. All species. Our species. This edition of Wildlife Australia proclaims that fact.

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