Learning about flora and fauna is of utmost importance for connecting ourselves to the natural world. The knowledge of flora and fauna is crucial to understanding the environment and our impact on it. Flora and fauna are essential components of an ecosystem and their health is indicative of the health of the ecosystem. This knowledge can be used to better manage and protect our environment, as well as to understand our impact on it.
Learning your flora and fauna is also crucial for all field ecologists who undertake flora surveys and pitfall trapping where you are likely to encounter a broader diversity of species than you might when undertaking more targeted fieldwork or office-based work. Regardless, learning your flora and fauna as a nature enthusiast, someone passionate about being outdoors, it can be a wonderful way to satisfy your curiosity and connect with the natural world.
If you’re looking for advice and support while learning your flora and fauna or simply refining your knowledge of the natural world in your backyard, #itsawildlife is here to help. We provide a blog and podcast to support young people who are either in wildlife science or conservation, or are looking to enter the environmental industry. Our blog and podcast are designed to inspire and motivate young people and to help them gain the skills they need to succeed in their field.
We provide all kinds of resources to assist with starting out in flora and fauna identification on our blog and social channels. We also share information on fascinating research and news in the field, as well as interviews with experts who can provide valuable insight and guidance. We also share tips and resources to help young people advance their careers and make their mark in the environmental industry.
At #itsawildlife, we believe that knowledge of flora and fauna is a key component of success in your career as a field ecologist as well as surveying and protecting our environment. We provide resources to help young people gain an understanding of the importance of flora and fauna, and how to use this knowledge to best protect and manage our environment. We also provide a platform to connect and network with other young people in the industry, as well as with professionals already established in the field.
We strive to make #itsawildlife a place where young people can come and find resources, guidance and inspiration to pursue their career in wildlife science or conservation. With our help, we hope to empower the next generation to make a positive impact on the environment.
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