Water biodiversity often depends on if people care

How hiking trails can make stream and rivers thrive

watercolor of salamander early stages

Watercolor sketch early stages Salamander

Watercolor sketch of the day, by Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org

Hikers can work as guardians of biodiversity and can help endangered species and habitats come back to life, simply by being aware of the conditions in the rivers, lakes and streams along the hiking trails. Because when hikers take interest and connect to local biodiversity, then awareness and care of these areas tend to sky-rocket. And polluters will know they can’t get away with destroying the places people care about, as easily as otherwise.

Salamander watercolour by frits Ahlefeldt
Salamander in watercolor, amazing amphibian creatures than can live in even tiny streams and lakes

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