Indigenous animals living in an environment such as towns and cities
The term urban wildlife animals refers to those indigenous animals living in an environment such as towns and cities. Indeed, majority of Australians are urban dwellers who encounter urban wildlife animals as a genuine subject for research and study rather than of Australian animals in countryside (rural places) or natural reserves and national parks.
Actually, urban places are metropolitan habitats where people: build their moral principles of care for indigenous animals, promote preservation of remnant living plants and focus for re-establishment of degraded environment. Due to this justification, metropolitan wildlife environment deserves its own strategy for continued existence.
Actually, many types of vegetation are grown in garden places or are regenerated in metropolitan green spaces. In fact, vegetation projects are protected to provide habitat for wildlife animals. Actually, the town environment should be taken into consideration when planning for urban structures.
Moreover, I think that the achievement effort to conserve biodiversity in urban places is something that is within urban settlers capability. In fact, planning for gardening norms is important principles for preserving urban wildlife environment.
Many people in Australia, not only conservatists and ecologists, have developed the interest of urban biodiversity. Actually, urban dwellers have embarked on interacting with urban wildlife animals. Indeed, people have promoted their concern to conserve urban environment and to maintain management of climate, animals, landscape and plants in urban environment.
Besides that, a significant role for human life. Indeed, living organism is great contributors of shared biodiversity, they also are resources and even companions for human beings. As a consequence, ethical relationship between animals and human being has increased due enhancement of public awareness and need for environmental management, of sustainable and moral lifestyles.
However, cultural practices, beliefs and values have threatened ecosystem. Indeed, cultural values are biased in nature, for example, some cultures prefer certain animals while undermining and exploiting others.
Though often assumed, appreciating animals is something that is associated with understanding human nature. In fact, focusing on non-human animals give fresh insight that is intangible, and thus stimulates values of social practices with the aim of promoting conservation of wildlife species.
However, town development has, on the other hand, has for ecosystem, air, soil and water. Nevertheless, generation of green places and urbanization are progressing in Australia, such progress often engulfs the environment of indigenous animals, with various impacts of their existence, locality and their lifestyle.
Actually, it is important to note that not all human developments are destructive; a focus toward taking care of or conserving animals in urban areas has promoted conservation and sustainability of environment and biodiversity. However, urban wildlife seems a contradiction since towns and cities are not featured by natural (indigenous) animals.
In fact, rural regions, national parks and reserves, coastlines, lakes and rivers are Australian natural environment where indigenous animals can be found. Though, conservation of urban wildlife still provides similar preserving principles of wildlife in natural environment.
Nevertheless, urbanization development has continued to displace animals habitat. Indeed, some indigenous animals are swallowed in town places and others have adopted new urban life, while others are killed or become extinct due to effects of urbanization. Certainly, indigenous animals are affected with human activities: endangered by motor traffic and pollution, human activities and interference, and lack of food.
Furthermore, some indigenous animals are confined by urban dwellers in Zoos and Museums. Moreover, some animals are domesticated like pets that live with human beings. I think it is a great move whereby people have identified their destructive nature toward ecosystem; in fact, it plausible that Australian urban dwellers are conserving urban wildlife not only for their benefits but also for sustainability of the world.