Wildlife Enhancement is the process of helping and growing the wildlife along with nature. Some animals might need plants, seeds, fruits and leaves for food and shelter so it is important as citizens to help build it. Government is taking severe action against people those who are against conserving of wildlife.
Benefits of Wildlife Enhancement:
- To help grow nature
- Growing plants and vegetation which is needed for animals
- To conserve water for wildlife
- For conserving rivers and lakes for helping animals fulfilling their water needs
- To give a place for animals & birds to live
- For birds to have nests in the trees
- For animals to hide and live in the bushes and scrubs
- Support the growth of wildlife
- For food
- For shelter
- Avoid natural disasters caused by deforestation
By taking regular surveys of the number of birds, animals, plants and other vegetations available we can keep track of what are the enhancements which are needed in the forthcoming years. It will help get an idea on what are the wildlife habitats that’s need to be changed before.
Costs of Wildlife Enhancement:
The costs which are related to the conservation of wildlife and its habitats are funded with the help of national wildlife conservation organizations. Other than that there are many private sectors that are willing to contribute for this cause. Also there are lot of fund raising programs going each year for collecting amount from public who are willing for contributing. It is always a team effort which makes this program successful.
Stats on Toronto Wildlife Enhancement:
- Nearly 300 local investors are happy now after attaining their goal of reaching $2.2 million for building zoo-based bio gas plant.
- In 2015, the Toronto zoo has announced the contribution of Pizza Pizza limited for an amount of $250,000 for the health of wildlife.
- The zoo announced in May, 2015 about saving 9,000 tadpoles and releasing it in the Puerto Rica.
- They also have conducted electronic recycling program where they collected E-waste and around 3000 mobile phones which were used for recycling and using for the benefit of wildlife.
- Again in the same May, 2015, school students of grade 7 released around 100 Atlantic Salmon fry in the Greenwood Conservation Area, Ajax.
- For the second time, the zoo officials have safeguarded and send 21 baby tortoises to Rouge National Urban Park.
Mission, Vision & Values of Toronto Zoo:
Values – Excellence, Conservation, Collaboration, Integrity Passion & Innovation
The Toronto zoo is accepting offers from all types of contributors though from government and private sectors for the welfare and growth of wildlife and its habitats.
Nature Canada is another big organization which helps conserve wildlife and its habitats. It was formed when the threats of natural heritage rose and is giving a good contribution in making it possible for conservation of wildlife.