What is a Conservation Strategy?

A conservation strategy may arise when a group of specialists of animals or plants consider that coordinated conservation efforts are needed to protect a species.

The need for coordinated conservation could arise because the geographical range of the focal species or group of species extends beyond political limits or multiple ecological zones and, therefore, it is required that political entities, scientists, conservationists, local communities, managers and legislators, act together.

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