National Webinar on “Wildlife and its Conservation”

Event Name :
National Webinar on “Wildlife and its Conservation” at JAU, Junagadh
Event Venue :
College of Fisheries Science, Junagadh Agricultural University, Veraval through online platform
Contact person details :
Dr P R Tank
Assistant Professor, Department of Aquaculture, College of Fisheries Science, JAU, Veraval
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Event Date :
03-03-2021 To 03-03-2021
Objective: To increase knowledge about wildlife and mangrove and its conservation
Pre Event Description :
On March 3rd, 1973 the United Nations General Assembly took a stand to protect Endangered Species throughout the world. Whether plant or animal, the importance of these species in every area of human life, from culinary to medical, could not be understated. At this time hundreds of endangered species were being threatened every year, and extinction was at a staggeringly high rate. CITES was put into place (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) to ensure that the world did not continue to hemorrhage species that would never be seen from again. The World is full of amazing creatures from every possible medium. From the birds of the air to the majestic whales of the sea, wildlife abounds in the most unusual and unexpected places. Wildlife benefits us in many ways and has since timed out of mind. World Wildlife Day is a day to remind us of our responsibilities to our world and the lifeforms we share it with. Even though we might like to think so sometimes, humans aren’t the only living things on Earth. In fact, we’re far outnumbered by other living things, from animals and plants to fungi and bacteria. Wildlife isn’t just something that we passively observe; it’s part of our world, and something we need to care for. World Wildlife Day is your chance to celebrate all wildlife, from the smallest insect to blue whales. No matter what you love about wildlife, you can spend the day taking action to help protect it.
Target Group: Students