Wildlife and Ecosystem Health

Wildlife Ecology is the applied ecology and management of wild populations of birds and mammals. This includes the study of terrestrial and aquatic wildlife & biodiversity monitoring and conservation, endangered species management, protected areas planning, ornithology, stream ecology, and fish habitat. Wildlife and ecosystem health are intricately linked aspects of our natural world. The health of wildlife populations directly impacts the health and balance of ecosystems, and vice versa. Here's an in-depth exploration of wildlife and ecosystem health:

Interconnectedness of Wildlife and Ecosystems:

Biodiversity: Wildlife represents a diverse array of species that play unique roles within ecosystems. Biodiversity is a measure of ecosystem health and resilience. Ecosystem Services: Healthy ecosystems provide critical services like pollination, water purification, and pest control, which are essential for both wildlife and human well-being. Food Web: Wildlife species are part of complex food webs, and changes in one population can ripple through the ecosystem, affecting other species.

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