With the coexistence of human inhabitation and wildlife becoming deteriorated every minute and a possible ecological crisis at hand, building wildlife-friendly cities have become ever so talked.
Wildlife-friendly cities will not be an option, but an essential, in the future.
The ecological longevity of any ecosystem is primarily based on the interdependency of different levels, subsystems, and layers of the ecosystem. This is equally valid to our urban ecosystems too.
Whenever we think about the wildlife we think about far away.
Forests and rare species have dominated the aspects of nature and our imagination of wildlife.
However, they are the most deeply studied too. In contrast to that, urban cities are the fastest growing and also the most poorly understood ecosystems (predominantly inhabited by people) in the world.
Therefore, a better awareness of our own urban ecosystem could be a big leap towards building wildlife-friendly cities.
Therefore, gathering as much data as possible is the key. High level of technology can be utilized to record data on all kinds of animals at different times of the day, month and year and build a framework to work towards wildlife friendliness.
Apart from the ecological longevity, wildlife-friendly cities can be beneficial in many ways.
Wildlife-friendly cities could be the ultimate structure to facilitate Urban Wildlife Tourism, which is becoming trendy in the travel industry