If you are able to spare a few coins a month joining your local wildlife trust is very beneficial, I recently joined the Sussex wildlife trust and by becoming a member you are helping the charity educate the public and protect our wildlife conservation.
A lot of people live a fast paced lifestyle meaning more and more of us are spending less time out in nature, which in fact is very unnatural for us and has impacted the environment and ecosystem massively.
We all seem to be stuck in the digital world disconnecting us from the impact of what is really happening around us.
If anyone is best to explain this it would be Sir David Attenborough.
Sometimes we need reminding that we are indeed animals too, we have needs like your pet does and when those enrichments are taken away a lot of us suffer mentally. I’m not saying we are like cats or dogs but just reminding you we are not robots and living in a digital world can disconnect us from our senses.
Not only that nature needs us to help restore the damage we have caused e.g Deforestation, polluting our oceans and check out our animal endangered list it is happening in the uk and all around the world.
The house sparrow I pictured above from my garden is a species in decline. Most of the time this happens because of the effects of humans.
I have always been connected with nature it’s drummed in to me, I understand not everyone has that and it’s fine.
So I want to help those who are not connected to understand why nature is so important.
Now I don’t expect everyone to be the next bear grylls but one small change can still impact your local wildlife conservation.
So I’m going to make a few articles explaining what changes we can make to help nature and how we can slow our lifestyle down.
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