Why Watch the Wild?

Due to the increased emissions of greenhouse gases, among other factors such as urban sprawl, Poor waste management practices, and over consumerism, our environment is rapidly changing. Watching the Wild offers a practical way to learn how our eco-systems are changing by engaging citizens in monitoring changes in their local community from wildlife activity to wild weather, and from water issues to environmental disturbances.

Seasonal changes are impacting on our ecosystems, and wildlife species are suffering. We are witnessing changes such as migration patterns and breeding seasons of various wildlife species, decreased food supplies for fish and mammals, as well as variations in water temperature and water chemistry. Additionally, these changes do not only affect wildlife, but it also affects trade, transportation, outdoor recreation, and tourism.

We all need to be concerned with the changes happening across the globe. By
Watching the Wild, we can observe what is taking place, and then adapt accordingly.