The Endangered Species Act and The Wildlife Conservation Society

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When a species is endangered, how are they going to be saved? People, from all over the country, work together and perform tasks to help wildlife. Endangered means a species is close to extinction, and it is up to humanity to make the efforts needed to save wildlife from this tragedy. All it takes is a simple gesture in the right direction, like focusing on special rights that protect animals from being nonexistent. Many efforts have been made to protect endangered wildlife, such as, the Endangered Species Act, restoring habitats, and reducing wildlife threats. The purpose of the Endangered Species Act is to help imperiled species and the ecosystems in which they live. It is administered by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Marine Fisheries Service. That means, that the Endangered Species Act has primary responsibility for terrestrial and freshwater organisms, as well as all land animals. This law protects the rights of wildlife, so it assures the protection from poaching, and all forms of hunting. Also, for the purposes of the Act, Congress defined species to include subspecies, and different varieties (Endangered). Benefits of the Endangered Species Act include, the protection of wildlife and critical habitats, as well as other bonuses. It creates jobs for wildlife dependent communities and the communities that support and sponsor the Act, by exposing ecosystems to new natural resources.
Another benefit is that it protects

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