This note contains detail information about wildlife resources, wildlife conservation, its importance and the list of endangered species of Nepal. Conservation is the act of preserving, guarding, or protecting nature and natural resources for future generation. The term "wildlife" refers to any living organisms in its natural habitat. There are 27 species of mammals, 9 species of birds and 3 species of reptiles (endangered species) which are given legal protection under 1973 National parks and Wildlife act.
This note contains detail information about causes of extinction of wildlife and it's conservation. There are different types of living beings in the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Cattle, insects, plants, trees, etc. grow in the terrestrial ecosystem while fish, some insects, small plants live in the aquatic ecosystem. National parks, wildlife reserves, and conservation area have been established as protected areas in different parts of Nepal. There are total 10 national parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 4 conservation areas, 1 hunting reserve and 11 buffer zones.
This note contains detail information about national parks, wildlife reserves and conservation area of Nepal. The rapid growth of population has increased pressure on nature. It has helped to increase the destruction of forests, soil erosion, and water pollution. Realizing the importance of natural heritage, the government has established some national parks and wildlife reserves for the conservation of wildlife and natural properties.