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Wildlife conservation refers to the efforts aimed at protecting and preserving the natural habitats, biodiversity, and populations of wild animals and plants. It involves various strategies to prevent the extinction of endangered species and maintain a balanced ecosystem.

Wildlife conservation empowers women by providing them with opportunities for leadership, education, and economic empowerment. Women often play essential roles in the community-based conservation efforts, leading to increased recognition of their contributions and decision-making power.

Conservationists use various strategies including: creating and managing protected areas and wildlife reserves. Monitoring and studying species to understand their behaviour and needs. Implementing anti-poaching measures and reducing illegal wildlife trade. Restoring and preserving critical habitats to support the species’ survival.