Oakridge International School organised wild life awareness & conservation week. On the concluding day an exhibition was organised. The students exhibited their empathy for animals by making posters, cards, paper bags, coasters, mobile holders and paper envelopes. The exhibition was all about generating awareness against relentless killing of the beautiful animals and supported the attempts to prevent the animal from becoming extinct and preserving its natural habitat. Exhibition left the spectators mesmerized. The goal of wildlife conservation week celebration was to aware students that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and also to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness for humans and other species.
Students were also informed that the tiger plays a pivotal role in diversity of ecosystem. The presence of tigers is on the verge of extinction which is an indication that its ecosystem is not sufficiently protected and neither would it exist for long thereafter. While speaking at the moment Principal of the School Ramanjit Ghuman said that wildlife conservation is a global concern as species and their habitats face an increasing number of threats, many of which are caused by human activities. Animals and habitats are at particular risk from land development leading to habitat destruction, poaching and the illegal wildlife trade, pollution, competition from non-native species and the effects of climate change.