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Wild animals are beautiful and intriguing, yet much of what they do, and why they do it, remains a mystery. One thing is clear: the intricate interactions of animals and other living organisms with the environment forms the basis of life on earth. They cycle the energy of the sun up Horned Lizard (sometime called "horny toad")through the food chain and back down again, ultimately feeding the soil so that the cycle can begin anew. This cycle involves heat, light, water and air, and results in the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen. The cycle creates weather and rain and earth's atmosphere.

They are part of the very air we breathe. They are the dispersers of seed, the pollinators of plants, the recyclers of trees and the controllers of populations. They do what we cannot, effortlessly, instinctively and productively. To preserve the planet and ourselves, we must preserve its wildlife. To do that, we must resolve human and wildlife conflicts without harming them. We can restore lost habitat and give them shelter even by doing something as simple as landscaping our yards with native plants. We can protect their remaining habitats, their health and their right to life, and we can care for them when they are in need.

If you would like to invite wildlife into your life, learn more about them, or learn how to avoid conflict, choose a topic from the left menu.