World Wildlife Day
World Wildlife Day highlights the significance of forest species and ecosystems to sustain environments and societies. In the past few decades, the world has seen an alarming rapid decline in our wildlife population. Our ecosystems and all species contribute innumerable benefits to the world, and without it, humanity’s future will be endangered. The long term conservation of forests is important as is adopting methods practiced by Indigenous communities all around the world.
Our Hero Ladybirds of the Galapagos Islands program held in Victoria is an educational and thorough workshop that highlights the importance of a healthy ecosystem. Ecologist Carolina Zuluaga takes students on a scientific journey to discover what happens when an ecosystem is not balanced. With puppets and activities, students learn the basics of ecology through a highly entertaining and interactive program.
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