Getaway has just published an
interesting article by Imogen Searra on the proposal in Thailand to close National Parks for two months a year. Due to the decrease in human activity, because of COVID-19, they have seen an increase in wildlife activity. The parks receive big waves of visitors during peak season leading to the proposal to close the parks for 2 months of the year to aid wildlife recovery.
The importance of understanding the complex issues in conservation becomes clear; one solution certainly does not fit all. Areas with over-tourism do provide a different perspective for conservation management. Can areas with too much conservation tourism in Africa use this method or will it harm the conservation revenue too much?
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