Dharmendra Singh (MSc Physics) TGT Science DAV Senior Secondary Public School MP Zone, Actively participated in worlds largest rangoli “Beti Bachao” held at Jhingurdah project NCL in 2014. He has guided the students for National Children Science Congress in 2009 and 2018 and also participated state level on Nature Nurture and Green Earth and management of natural disaster respectively.

As per him human actions have contributed too many disturbances seen in ecosystem today. This is happened by putting constant pressure on ecosystem and dramatically impacting the species. Human activities like, deforestation hunting and pollution are continuously affecting ecosystem.

Wild animals move from place to place for food shelter water and mates. They require much more space but many species like grey wolves are threatened, because of habitat loss. Deforestation reduces the area of natural habitat so we have to take into account the different, special needs of wildlife by designing, plants to protect them. We have to conserve the territory size, different habitat types and migration routes that wildlife need. Wildlife corridor such as refugees parks, project safaris, rivers etc, that must be separated by human development this will provide many benefits to wildlife. This will help to find the basic necessities of wildlife and places to save their young wildlife will promote genetic biodiversity, when more individuals of a species are interconnected the gene pool becomes large and more viable the National Wildlife Federation in partnership with NGOs is working to create a wildlife crossing for mountain lions in California linkage project.

The NWF is working in collaboration with researchers to advance research on wildlife in Silicon Valley and advocate for critical habitat linkages required to insure healthy future for people and wildlife, and hence joined hands with Team SNHC India to guide us in this vital life saving activity.