Protection of Wildlife and Ecological Resources Based on Cultivation Mode and Optimization Strategy of Characteristic Towns

  • Diefan Wang
Keywords: Animal Protection, Ecological Protection, Characteristic Town, Superposition Analysis


With the urgent need to protect animals and the environment, at this stage, the protection of wild
animals has attracted more and more attention. However, due to the lack of specialized theoretical research and
guidance, at the practical level, the wildlife protection undertaking is still in the process of treating the disease.
This paper starts with the existing "characteristic town" theory and animal protection ethics theory, and proposes
the importance of protecting wild animals for sustainable human development. Superimposed analysis of the
first and second batch of characteristic towns in the province can be seen that the number of animal-protected
characteristic towns is the largest, with 45 in total, accounting for 48.4%; followed by ecologically-protected
characteristic towns with a number of 27, accounting for 29%. The proportion of other types is: tourism
development type 5.4%, green environment type 9.7% and agricultural service type 7.5%. Through the
questionnaire survey of college students' wild animal protection attitudes, it is found that the region from which
students come from, the grades they are in, the majors they are studying, and the level of attention to wildlife are
the main factors affecting the education of wildlife conservation in colleges and universities. According to the
questionnaire, the overall evaluation of “characteristic towns” by residents of “characteristic towns” accounted
for 30.77% of the total satisfaction, the number of people who were basically satisfied accounted for 58.97%,
and the number of people who were dissatisfied accounted for 10.26%.