Do you adhere to the set rules in conservation areas?

Everyone visits the conservation areas for different reasons. Some visit to see the wonderful animals, learn more about nature, connect with nature, escape from the busy cities, offloading week’s stress or even just enjoying the nature’s company. Nature has a healing impact to us and its important to make time for it. It also need a good care and that’s why they are always rules to protect them. For their survival and ability to serve their purpose, visitors are required to strictly obey the set rules. Some visitors end up damping their wastage in the parks and i wonder why enjoy nature’s beauty then left it ugly. We are taught to leave a place better than we found it. We can all agree that no one can be happy if your guest came into your house and left dirt carelessly everywhere. You may also decline to invite them over in future. The dirt left in the parks have a very dangerous effect on the animals and can even cause death. Unlike humans, most of the animals are not intelligent enough to avoid the wastes exposed to them. How many animals are shown on the televisions, whose death are as a result of consuming wastes such as plastics? Regardless of having seen that, we still ho ahead and drop those water bottles in the parks. Visiting the parks helps to raise revenue for taking care of the wildlife but i think it will be useless to visit and end up making the situation worse. It’s like giving someone cash then snatching it back. Most of the attraction areas are losing their glory due to the wastes being disposed there. No one likes visiting a dirty place, right? A lot of you enjoyed the photos I share of the Fourteen falls but the place is suffocating from waste. The situation is getting worse each day and the place needs us to save it. Every journey starts with one step. I remember while in campus, we had a professor who would make you feel very stupid for littering the environment. She could make you collect whatever you drop carelessly from the small sweets wraps to water bottles. Everyone knew that and with time, most people learnt to respect the environment. I really adored her, she understood importance of respecting and taking good care of the environment. I have also been with good friends during the drives and hikes that always ensure that they clean the environment while they connect with nature. They go around collecting the wastes and remind the other visitors to take care of their wastes. See, it’s not that hard. Make good use of the bins, it will not only reduce the waste pollution but enable you enjoy nature 100%. Keeping the conservation areas clean is just one of the rules but it carries most of the weight. Observe it for the bright future of our nature. Other rules still need to be adhered to, be a good environment ambassador. 🍀🍀🍀🕊🐋🐬🐊🐢

Published by Cheche Winnie

Article Writer and Blogger I am blogger , proof reader, writer and copy writer with a Bachelor degree and three years of experience. I write easy to read articles with excellent English and zero grammatical error. Articles that are creative and deliver the inteneded message . I do intense research while writing the articles. I always deliver my work on time and adhere to the timelines given. Always online hence able to start working on your piece as soon as your hire me. I work in real time. Nature Conservationist Passionate about nature conservation education and awareness. I believe that our existence depends on the mother nature. I am also have skills in researching and have managed to publish my own article on the effects of the exotic plants species on the indigenous plants in the Arid lands of Kenya.

5 thoughts on “Do you adhere to the set rules in conservation areas?

  1. True… Evette word of it. Wish people nearby to respect nature and would carry their garbage with them and dump it in proper place rather than litter the environment. Would live to have you Co author in my blog. You’ll find the details on the home page of my blog.

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