Best 31 of Wildlife conservation quotes - MyQuotes
Never apologize for being over sensitive and emotional when defending the welfare of wildlife. Let this be a sign that you have a big heart and aren't afraid to show your true feelings. These emotions give you the strength to fight for what is right and to be the voice of those who cannot be heard.
Humans seem to have an innate drive to master other creatures.
The future of wildlife and the habitat that they depend on is being destroyed. It is time to make nature and all the beauty living within it our priority.
children who spent time in green spaces between the ages of seven and twelve tend to think of nature as magical. As adults they are the people most likely to be indignant about lack of nature protection, while those who have had no such experience tend to regard nature as hostile or irrelevant and are indifferent to its loss. By expurgating nature from children's lives we are depriving the environment of its champions for the future.
It is hypocritical to exhort the Brazilians to conserve their rainforest after we have already destroyed the grassland ecosystem that occupied half the continent when we found it. A large-scale grassland restoration project would give us some moral authority when we seek conservation abroad. I must admit that I also like the idea because it would mean a better home for pronghorn, currently pushed by agriculture into marginal habitats-The high sagebrush deserts of the West. I would love to return the speedsters to their evolutionary home, the Floor of the Sky. Imagine a huge national reserve where anyone could see what caused Lewis and Clark to write with such enthusiasm in their journals-the sea of grass and flowers dotted with massive herds of bison, accompanied by the dainty speedsters and by great herds of elk. Grizzly bears and wolves would patrol the margins of the herds and coyotes would at last be reduced to their proper place. The song of the meadowlarks would pervade the prairie and near water the spring air would ring with the eerie tremolos of snipe.
The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those have not viewed the world.
Conservation is life..
A simple act of kindness and compassion towards a single animal may not mean anything to all creatures, but will mean everything to one.
If you are not filled with overflowing love, compassion and goodwill for all creatures living wild in nature, You will never know true happiness.
The beauty of Africa is not man made, it is natures gift to humanity.
It seems everything in nature that has beauty, also has a price. Let the value of our planets wildlife be to nature and nature alone.
We sat perfectly still in the dim light as the wolf approached closer, head cocked, mouth closed, and ears semi-erect. With these signs of both curiosity and trepidation, it took a step forward and then backed off a ways, then took a few steps forward again. It lifted its nose and sniffed intently, and finally stopped at about eight feet away. For a moment all three of us were perfectly still, wondering what was going to happen next.
Mehmet Murat Ildan
Wildlife in the world can only be protected by the love of compassionate hearts in the world!
We should not need to have a "Save an Animal Day", Save from what?, It is in fact "Save from who". It is Human Kindness, Compassion and Caring that so desperately needs to be saved.
The future of wildlife and the habitat that they depend on is in being destroyed. It is time to make nature and all the beauty living within it our priority.
No one in the world needs a Rhino horn but a Rhino.
Humankind must learn to understand that the life of an animal is in no way less precious than our own.
Nature, it seems, has a way of returning things to how they should be.
Hunting is an integral part of Africa's conservation history and its approach to wildlife management. To disentangle hunting from modern African conservation will require a realignment of conservation policy, entrenched since colonial times and embraced and supported by African elites and political interests. But as civilization that has the ingenuity to put people and machines into space, split the atom, and routinely send unimaginable amounts of information through the ether, surely we can think of a better way to save the wild animals we love besides killing them.
I believe that Human Kindness, Compassion and Caring towards all life, will always prevail. No matter how cruel the night, the dawn will break and Africa will still be here along with all its wild beauty.
Wherever there are wild animals in the world, there is always an opportunity for caring, compassion and kindness.
Walk in kindness toward the Earth and every living being. Without kindness and compassion for all of Mother Nature’s creatures, there can be no true joy; no internal peace, no happiness. Happiness flows from caring for all sentient beings as if they were your own family, because in essence they are. We are all connected to each other and to the Earth.
Love, not hate, is the burden we carry. But that fact makes it no lighter.
Hey, I said we don't carry weapons, I didn't say we couldn't defend ourselves." Captain Stanley Memphis, head of alien team disguised as pint-sized critters on a quest to learn if humans are savage bastards or a benevolent tribe.
Starker [Leopold] had an adage for people in public service: 'If you're ashamed of it, don't do it. If you're not, publicize it.' " -David Graber, wildlife biologist at Yosemite National Park
Wild life surprises you when you least expect it
There may be days when I can't help an animal in need, but the day will never come that I won't try.
When reeling a fish in to not simply feel “the power of wildness intimately but the same time recognize the right of that wildness to continue”.
Natural selection has a new aspect, one that is psychological denial. Such denial where the “individual benefits as an individual from his ability to deny the truth even though society as a whole, which he is apart, suffers”.
Nature haters? We know them too well: lifeless creatures created without emotion or aware of anything that is peripheral to their purpose.
Only when the last of the animals horns, tusks, skin and bones have been sold, will mankind realize that money can never buy back our wildlife