Across the breadth of the country we find a wide variety of birds of different sizes and colors, with many interesting species adapted to their particular environment. On the ocean, seabirds grace us with their sleek forms. On farms, birds help keep insects under control, while in our gardens they bring us great pleasure with their delightful songs while they feed on pests. waste affecting wildlife
There are those of us that take an active interest in birdwatching as a hobby, and some even become professionally involved. With so many species to learn about, it’s a never-ending subject of great fascination.
To be out in nature and to hear the calls of birds and to be able to have them in our lives brings so much more to the experience. This is why so many people are fascinated by birds, and spend hours birdwatching and identifying their calls.
Whether done or as a hobby or for the purposes of study, these feathered friends of nature occupy a special place in our hearts.
Many people travel far and wide to see birds, and the subject is well covered. So much so that there are organizations such as the Audubon Society, devoted to the conservation of birds, research, awareness, and data pertaining to their welfare. There is an ever-expanding list of bird species across the USA, becoming threatened by the ravages of the environment. The reasons why certain bird species are becoming endangered makes for interesting reading, and these are mostly due to the harm we cause using pesticides, indiscriminate littering, and the encroachment on their habitats.
The Endangered Species Act is a piece of legislation brought into existence over thirty years ago to help protect the many species that are becoming endangered, classifying them according to the level of seriousness, and putting into law steps that can be taken to mitigate the situation. This legislation helps guide the many interested bodies involved in the conservation of birds enabling them to put corrective actions in place in order to safeguard the interests of our birds in this country. It highlights their plight and helps concerned bodies focus on correction programs for the good of the birds that we find under threat.
The York area needs you and it needs us at Little Green Junk York as your junk management company to keep our environment clean for ourselves and also for the birds we love.
Realizing that the California Condor is vulnerable to lead poisoning has led to initiatives by volunteers to clean up dump sites where they feed to protect them.
The well known and magnificent Wandering Albatross and Royal Penguin are two birds on the endangered list because of our careless treatment of the oceans.
Let’s look after our birds by being aware of their plight. Starting with ourselves, just getting to know them by reading and observing them and by joining others on bird outings we can learn a lot. Help by cleaning up their environments and be aware of the habitats that they live in.
Improving our junk disposal habits and reduction in the use of harmful pesticides in our garden will make a small but meaningful difference. Give the birds a cleaner and healthier place to live in.
Little Green Junk is your local licensed junk removal company working the betterment of our environment. Contact us for a free, no obligation quote if you need service. We offer after hours or weekend junk pickups, and even a same day junk removal service. Let us help you maintain the safety and cleanliness of your surroundings.
Call us at the following number: 717 467 0070.
We look forward to hearing from you.