All too often conservation news is filled with stories of nearly extinct species and man made destruction, making it easy to become disillusioned with the subject, even with your own species. Facebook newsfeeds and Twitter pages are filled with doom and gloom as we forget to celebrate the many positives and the hard work of the many individuals who dedicate their lives to conservation.
Although we must always acknowledge the problems which we have caused in order to resolve them, we should not always fixate upon the negatives. That is the purpose of Inspire Wildlife. Aimed as a way of celebrating not only the many weird and wonderful species which inhabit this planet with us, but also of those who work tirelessly to save them. We aim to fill your newsfeeds and timelines with positives not negatives. Ultimately we will report about the sadder issues like deforestation and extinctions, but we will provide you, the reader with ways you can help prevent this happening in the future.
Also we work with NGO’s and charities to bring their hard work and achievements to the forefront of conservation news. So far we have worked with numerous organisations including Felixstowe Community Nature Reserve and Begawan Foundation to spread word of their success and get more people involved with their work.
If you wish to get in touch with a story you think we should be telling, please get in contact via our Facebook & Twitter pages or alternatively you can email email@example.com
We hope you read our articles and find inspiration that we can all cause positive changes in conservation, no matter how small our actions.
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“Inspire Wildlife is a fantastic, positive outlet for wildlife news and should be celebrated.” Tomos Williams – Nature Spy
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