Target: Ministry of Environment and Forests
Goal: Thank the Ministry of Environment and Forests for ensuring the safety of wildlife by educating rescuers about proper rules and ethics
When animals are in risk of danger or in need of medical attention, it is common for locals to request the help of a wildlife rescuer. Countless animal lives have been saved due to the vigilance of wildlife rescuers, yet the Ministry of Environment and Forests still believes that there is room for improvement. As a result, a workshop has been arranged to review and improve the practices and protocols used when rescuing animals.
During the workshop held by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, wildlife rescuers will be educated about the ethics and protocols they may use when rescuing, rehabilitating or releasing wild animals living in the forests. In addition to improving procedures, the Ministry of Education and Forests also hopes to focus on the identification and elimination of any incorrect wildlife rescue practices. The Ministry of Environment and Forests also recognizes the importance of the police department in regard to illegal activities related to wildlife. As a result, more workshops have been planned to educate police officers about their roles and duties pertaining to the safety of wildlife.
Although wildlife rescuers have been successfully rescuing and rehabilitating all the wildlife they can, the Ministry of Environment and Forests sees the potential to ensure even more success and strives to improve the preservation of wildlife. Sign this petition and thank the Ministry of Environment and Forests for recognizing that there is always room for improvement and taking steps to ensure better practices to preserve wildlife.
Dear Ministry of Environment and Forests,
It has come to my attention that you have recently held a workshop that focused on educating wildlife rescuers about the ethics and protocols they may use when rescuing, rehabilitating or releasing wild animals. Not only are there workshops aimed towards wildlife rescuers, there are also workshops that focus on reminding police officers of their role and duties pertaining to rescuing wildlife.
Although wildlife rescuers have been able to rehabilitate and release many wild animals, you still see room for improvement. I would like to thank you for not only recognizing that there is still much more to improve, but also for taking steps to ensure something is done.
Thank you for all of your efforts and I hope that you continue to strive towards improving a better, safer environment where wildlife may be able to thrive.
[Your Name Here]
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