Wildlife Conservation Essay Conclusion Tips

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When it comes to writing an essay, everyone always seems to have an idea of what they want to achieve in the long run, or at least what they believe they will get from it in the long run. One thing that is for sure is the fact that all students will attest to the fact that they definitely need to pass their papers by all means possible. This is why you need to learn some useful tips that will help you write an amazing academic essay. The following are useful ideas that should assist you accordingly the next time when you are in need of a good paper:

Write the introduction

A good introduction is all your paper will ever need after choosing a good topic. If the topic got your teacher sold, the introduction will hammer the final nail that will get them hooked on your work.

Formulate the literature review

For some reason, lots of students barely every pay attention to the literature review. It is a chapter that carries with it a lot of information on the work that has been done by others in the field that you are currently exploring.

Strong analytical skills

This is where the kids and grownups get separated. The way you analyze concepts in your work will go a long way in determining how well you will be graded, and the result of your work too.

Recommendations and conclusion

The recommendation section helps you propose certain values that you believe need to be put in place, in order for your work to live on, and be accepted into the society. Conclusion on the other hand, is all about finality. Ensure you put as much emphasis on this as necessary.

Proofread your paper

You must always spend some time and proofread the task you are working on before you can allow your teacher to go through it. You would not want to miss some marks as a result of carelessness.

Check for plagiarism

Plagiarism is a big challenge for students these days. It would be awesome if you checked your paper for plagiarism even if you wrote it from scratch, just to be on the safe side.

The majestic tiger, once the top predator of nearly all of Asia's vast tropical and temperate forests, today faces a persistent suite of nearly overwhelming dangers in a vastly diminished range. Tigers are killed in huge numbers for their skins and bones or in retaliation for conflict with humans, their prey are killed by skilled hunters to feed an insatiable local luxury market for 'exotic' bushmeat, and their remaining forest habitats are relentlessly converted to human uses. In the face of these immense threats, WCS has developed a set of powerful strategies that has demonstrably increased tiger populations.

Our Goal

Multiple thriving populations of tigers across their range and in all the habitats in which they are found.

How will we get there?

To ensure a world with healthy populations of wild tigers, we strive to stop the killing and trafficking of tigers. Key strategies:

  • Protect tigers and their habitat.
  • Build capacity in range states.
  • Reduce human-tiger conflict.
  • Conduct scientific research on tigers to help inform conservation strategies.
  • Promote tiger-friendly policies.
  • Monitor tiger numbers, population trends, and threats to tigers and their habitats.

Why WCS?


We collaborate with local governments to conserve greater than 50% of the world’s remaining wild tigers.


WCS is a leader in both tiger conservation and tiger science. WCS scientists have been responsible for over 75% of all peer-reviewed published tiger research.

On Our Strategies

Protecting Tigers and Their Habitat

WCS provides key technical support to local governments regarding tigers that assists in the creation and expansion of dozens of protected areas (PAs) across Asia, thereby protecting thousands of square kilometers of tiger habitat. In addition, WCS provides technical support and intelligence to park rangers and local enforcement agencies that enables the capture of hundreds of illegal poachers and traffickers of tigers and their prey.

WCS scientists collaborate with both the world's leading wildlife statisticians and local governments to create incisive, impactful tiger science, such as writing the manual on tiger and prey population monitoring that is used across all tiger range states in Asia.

Human-Tiger Conflict Mitigation

Tigers are dangerous animals that can kill domestic livestock and even humans. Furthermore, such conflict can erode public support for tigers. Wherever tigers become embroiled in serious conflict with humans, WCS operates human-tiger conflict mitigation teams that demonstrably and dramatically reduce damages to both tigers and humans.

In Action

WCS has been working to protect wild tigers in Western Thailand's Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary since 2004. As a result of our efforts in this region, the population of wild tigers has increased by 50% and the Thai government has increased its commitment to managing the sanctuary by 75%. The area now serves as a national model for tiger recovery, and WCS's tactics are being replicated in neighboring protected areas.

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