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Wildlife Protection: An Introduction

In the turn of 20th century, the efforts in conserving and protecting the wildlife unofficially started in the North America. Some provinces in the country of Canada and some American states started to pass legislation bills that will ensure the protection and conservation of wildlife in their own, respective area of authority. This was the result of excessive hunting of several species of wildlife that resulted to their extinction or near extinction. Humans and their increasing population requires new areas for residential purposes and that is also one of the reason for the decline of some of the population of some species of wildlife.

A law is not effective if it is not strongly implemented, and the government of those countries know that, that is why they took the extra steps and employed people to strongly implement the laws that were passed by them and to make sure the wildlife is safe. Because of the hard efforts put in by wildlife protection police officers, some animals like the elk, pronghorn, antelope, bighorn sheep, and whitetail deer are not in the endangered species list anymore and have been saved from near extinction. If not for the strict implementation by the officers in charge of these wildlife protection laws for more than 100 years now, then those animal species would only be seen in books.

Both the countries, United States of America and Canada have approximately a total number of wildlife officers of eight thousand people. Wildlife protection police officers can be labelled as game warden, conservation officer, wildlife officer and many more and that only depends on the country or state that you are in, nevertheless, the work of these people is to protect the wildlife and strongly implement the laws within their area of operation or jurisdiction.
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Wildlife officers or game wardens are not people who did not undergo through training in fact they have been trained in the state or provincial law enforcement training centers. It may not appear to the citizens but wildlife protection police officers also experience the same risks that the conventional police officers go through and also the survival and protection of the wildlife is their key priority while not compromising the safety of the public.
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If not for these brave men and women and their iron fist in implanting the rules and regulations when it comes to wildlife protection, some of the animals or the species in the wild would not have lived up to this day and some of our children could have only seen some animals in books and not in real life.