Some people argue that too much attention and too many resources are given to protect wild animals and birds. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Nowadays, wild animals and birds seem privileged to some people because they think these creatures do not deserve the amount of attention and resources for protection. However, I agree with the view that as long as the efforts for the protection are in a reasonable range, we should show support.
First, it is obvious that caring and investing about wild animals and birds’ survival are increasing. The media, for instance, has given more coverage to animal protection. Likewise, loads of funding from either governments or private organisations has been poured into scientific projects and voluntary programmes for the benefits of wildlife.
Moreover, with all kinds of efforts to save the wildlife, unfortunately, it is not necessarily making a difference. During the process of evolution, some species may be destined to disappear as more advanced ones will one day appear. Besides, global warming and other types of climate changes make it tougher for wild creatures to adapt. Therefore, however hard we try, some still have to go.
That is not to say that we are supposed to spare no efforts to this work. This is mainly because funding to fight against the environmental degradation is relatively far more indispensable so that all wild animals that are living in this planet will benefit. So we should manipulate the resources delicately.
In sum, if the authority and its people can offer all sorts of assistance like money, experts or attention, there is no point in cutting the help down. On the other hand, this practise is not going beyond limits. As long as the protection is needed and affordable, we should support.