Coming up is Threatened Species Day. Threatened Species Day is held every year on the 7th of September. This day was chosen as it was the day the last Thylacine died in Hobart Zoo in 1936. It was started by the Zoo and Aquarium Association. Threatened Species Day is all about reflecting on the past and how we can help preserve the fauna and flora that we still have. For Threatened Species day I will publish a page about wildlife success stories and animals on the road to recovery!
One action I encourage every one to do is to pick up one piece of rubbish a day. It is not a very big commitment with a massive result! If every one did this there would be over 7 billion less pieces of rubbish in the environment. Thousands of animals die every year from rubbish.
Check out what your local area is doing for the environment on Threatened Species Day
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