National Endangered Species Day began in 2006 and was enacted by the US Congress. It’s a day where people around the country can learn about the value of protecting endangered species and how they can take action. Zoos, wildlife refuges, museums, schools, and other similar establishments hold education forums to teach the public about endangered species on this day..
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There are many ways to participate! Together, we can raise awareness and bring about change.