The United States alone has over 1300 of the species that happen to be so endangered. Factoring in the global figures into this, you get to be even more amazed by the figures as there are thousands more to add to this and the numbers are virtually increasing as the days go by.
By and large, looking at the fact that these species face such eminent extinction from the face of the earth, it is as such getting all the more apparent that the best way to help address the issue and protect these species is to have such state, regional, national and global conversation on the need for conservation and as such protect them from the risk of eminent extinction.
As a matter of fact, it is only by knowing which of the species face such risks of extinction that we will be able to come up with plans for conservation that will help reestablish them and save them from the looming disaster.
Read on and see some of the endangered species that you need to be watching out for starting today and more on conservation issues.
One of the really threatened of the species we find traces of to this day is the Gray Wolf. Even though the Gray Wolf has been expunged from the endangered species list, the fact we need to appreciate is that this is one of the species that still remains faced with lots of threats to its existence on the face of the earth. Yes, there may be such an increase in wolf numbers but the reality is that these numbers are only seen in some isolated parts of the United States altogether.
There seems to be lots of divisions in opinions on how to treat wolves and as a matter of fact, this has contributed a lot to the challenges faced when it comes to the need to have them reestablished into their natural habitat.
One of the places that has had such a sure campaign and with so much effort to sustain the drive to reestablish wolves back to their natural habitats is Colorado, where there has been a campaign to have them back on top of the Rocky Mountains. For more on the Rocky Mountain Wolves project, learn why here.
The Grizzly Bear is the other species that happens to be well on the verge of extinction if numbers and trends are anything to go by. The Grizzly Bear, back in the days used to be so common and used to roam, being seen nearly everywhere in the United States, but as we speak today, it is yet another of the species that has already found its name in the list of the species that are so threatened and facing extinction if some action to reestablish them were not taken.