What Can I do ?

Our parks offer a variety of natural, recreational, and historical activities. When you are in protected nature reserves, it is especially remember to be cautious, as many sites are endangered by human activity.

Tips, how to help wildlife:

  1. Dispose of all garbage, including food, in appropriate waste areas for collection or take your garbage back home. Garbage in the landscape, also food leftovers are threatening the wildlife. Animals might eat plastic bags and bottles which will result in their death!
  2. Avoid feeding animals, hunting, or collecting plants, trees and insects. Your food is not digestible for wildlife and can kill it! Despite their beauty, popular wildflowers are protected. Don’t pick, uproot, buy or sell them.
  3. Do not damage or remove pieces of historic structures.
  4. If you encounter damaged or hurt wildlife, report the location to the nearest Park Ranger.
  5. Do not smoke, burn firewood, or attempt to alter the landscape in anyway. Fires are a main threat to the plants of the area!
  6. Illegal activities will not be tolerated. If you see something suspicious, please report to the nearest Park Ranger .
  7. Be thoughtful, responsible, and friendly towards others as you enjoy the delights of the nature reserves. Greet anybody you see on the trail.

Easy steps for how to begin:

Your home is the one of the most important places where you can make an impact in caring for environment. There are many ways to live sustainably and promote harmony in your daily life. You can start by managing your home in an environmentally conscious way. These actions can extend to your workplace, or community center. Here are some easy steps for how to begin:

  1. Recycle glass, plastic, and paper before it goes to the dumping site. Purchase products that use less resource-intensive materials in favor of environmentally friendly ones.
  2. Turn off unused electrical appliances, conserve water, and avoid overusing toxic chemicals cleaning products.
  3. Collect excess food scraps and build a “compost” pile, instead of throwing food waste in the garbage. Food waste can eventually provide nutrients for your garden’s soil.