Intruding Wildlife space is also Human-Wildlife Conflict
Intruding Wildlife space is also a Human-Wildlife Conflict. That’s right, so let’s stop having double standards. It’s funny and sad about how we have only been concentrating on human-wildlife issues, blaming everything on the stray, hungry and lost wildlife. They are never the bad guys, we just need to handle these issues with their welfare and clean concern in mind.
Turning conservation areas into our entertainment events hosting place is wrong
No matter how much we may try to justify this behavior, it’s just wrong. These are their homes and should be respected.
Many years our conservation areas have hosted healthy events that have been used to raise awareness and funds for wildlife welfare. These include the Mara marathon, cycling for rhinos, among others. These events cause none to minimal damage to both flora and fauna. You can easily miss knowing if they even happened. And those are only events that can be allowed in our conservation areas.
But when it comes to partying and music, it’s a big NO. How do you control a party involving young people, alcohol, and music? To a point of ensuring that you cause no harm/destruction/pollution to our wildlife. It’s a white lie.
Humans are only allowed to visit and take photos to hold on to these amazing memories. And when we overdo it during our visit and cause harm, then we are being cruel. Just the same way you wouldn’t like anyone ruining peace in your homes, or leave things worst.
Tourism is good but putting wildlife welfare first is great.
Wildlife get killed or injured when they brush should with the community outside the conservation areas
What happens to humans who do the same to wildlife? Who punishes that human that goes to intentionally destroy the serene environment of our wildlife and leaving the place like a mess. Do we even think about that?
It’s so unfortunate that most countries that benefit from tourism, have no wildlife welfare in their hearts. Their wildlife is in a bad state and no one seems to care. They almost get nothing in return.
And surprisingly, the people paid to protect them. Are the biggest contributors to the troubles.
The activists make noise and do everything they can to stop such incidences, but the success rate is next to impossible.
Just because you have power, you don’t have to continuously break our hearts by subjecting our lovely wildlife to negative human activities. I believe every living organism has its angel watching over them, and the wildlife angels will one day get enough of you. And do something that you will never forget.
Leave our conservation areas alone, if you have to party and do some sport. Use the spaces that you already allocated your selves. But not areas left for survival of our precious wildlife.
We will continue talking against it until you hear us.