The widespread urbanization and the vast expansion of agricultural farming have taken a huge piece of our natural wildlife habitats. We need to preserve the biodiversity in our countries and one way of doing that is by protecting areas.
The protected areas are called national parks and to preserve them is crucial.
The green in our life improves the quality of the air and give us a chance to know the wildlife, which has shaped the terrains around us.
These national nature reserves show us how life was without the influence of humans and their contamination on the planet. Preserving these areas can ensure our very own existence, as we know it.
Gives a Chance of Self-Restoration to Nature
Nature doesn’t need huge involvement from our part to get to get the self-restoration process going and completely heal the human wounds. We are huge predators of natural resources.
Hence, if we just leave the process, nature takes over fixing what’s wrong. What we need to do is stop our interference with wildlife territory.
There is an awesome example in the Yellow Stone national park, where the inclusion of a pack of wolves managed to save the whole park. The pack of wolves worked out to be the missing ingredient to keep the overall balance of that habitat.
The wolves’ community wasn’t there because of the illegal hunting of these majestic animals.
Protects Our Identity
Part of our culture and identity lies in the importance of our natural resources, as they are the main sources of tourism. How can we advertise our natural resources if they are in bad shape?
Taking care of the patch of green in our landscape becomes self-preservation. The good care of these places talks about our national pride.
Provides a Boost to the Economy
Besides protecting our self-image in front of other countries, keeping our natural reserves in optimal conditions can be profitable. Many places rely on their national parks being healthy to boost the employment rate of their population.
Therefore, protecting your national parks helps the economy to grow.
We cannot underestimate the importance of the wildlife natural habitat, as it’s all connected in a circuit and we need to respect it. We cannot complain later when rivers flood entire areas or wildfires are taking place everywhere.
Nature will recover the patches of land we have stolen, one way or another.