To make long term changes for wildlife and our environment, every individual must take personal responsibility for their actions.

Support environmental conservation organizations. Environmental conservation requires financial, materials and human resources inputs. You can support organizations dealing with Environmental conservation through donations of money, materials, and your time. Nothing is too little for a noble work

Share what you know about the environment and what can be done to help save endangered species to your friends and family. Modeling environmentally friendly practices (e.g. parents who recycle, pick up trash and conserve water) demonstrate a reverence for our environment.

DO NOT buy products made from wild animals and exotic hard woods! If people do not buy products made from wild animals, the people who hunt and trap wild animals will have to stop making products. Products made from hard woods often come from the rainforest that is home to many endangered, critically endangered, vulnerable or threatened animals. By so doing you will be helping in conservation of biodiversity.

DO NOT buy live animals that have been illegally captured from the wild. When animal is illegally captured from the wild it encourages trappers to go for more. This includes all animals: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, and even insects. If you would like an exotic animal for a pet, ask the seller if it was bred in captivity and have them show you proof.

Plant trees. Trees provide shelter and food to animals. Trees also help fight global warming caused by the greenhouse effect, hold together soil, create shade, and make the world a more beautiful place. The more trees planted the more carbon we reduce from the air