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World Wetlands Day 2023 – “It’s Time for Wetlands Restoration”
Wetlands play an important role in the environment by providing habitat for wildlife, helping to prevent soil erosion, and improving water quality.
Bird watching, also known as birding, is a popular activity that involves observing and identifying different species of birds in their natural habitats. Wetlands, including marshes, swamps, and bogs, are important habitats for a wide variety of bird species, as they provide food and shelter for many species of migratory and resident birds.
Wetlands conservation and bird watching are closely linked, as healthy wetlands are crucial for bird survival and diversity. Birds are indicator species, meaning that the presence or absence of certain species can indicate the overall health of an ecosystem. By preserving wetlands, bird watching enthusiasts continue to enjoy viewing a wide variety of bird species in their natural habitats, and also contribute to the protection and preservation of these important ecosystems.
By offering bird watching trips that are geared towards environmental conservation, Safari Sense is helping to raise awareness about the importance of preserving wetlands and the bird species that depend on them.