Twitter is a great source for spreading news about endangered species. There is so many species in the world that are endangered that reading a story on all of them would take forever. Twitter can spread small amounts of information to make people aware of the issues.
BBC Nature’s twitter has news on wildlife, nature facts, and videos.
— BBC Nature (@BBCNature) October 4, 2012
Nowhere to go – Great apes are running out of places to live, say scientists bbc.in/UzFUXR
— BBC Nature (@BBCNature) September 29, 2012
Gordon Buchanan is a Scottish Wildlife filmmaker. His tweets focus on wildlife conservation.
The first one is a little more funny than serious.
Wildlife poachers are becoming increasingly sophisticated… twitter.com/gordonjbuchana…
— Gordon Buchanan (@gordonjbuchanan) October 11, 2012
— Gordon Buchanan (@gordonjbuchanan) October 10, 2012
Simon King is a wildlife videographer. His tweets share facts about different endangered spices, and he also retweets a lot of different wildlife organizations. Ash trees being decimated on the continent by Chalara pathogen. If it gets a hold here it would destroy one of our most precious trees — Simon King (@TVsSimonKing) October 8, 2012
DEFRA not answering why not test dead badgers 4 bTB? Surely we all need 2 know how many healthy badgers killed? #badgercull
— Simon King (@TVsSimonKing) October 8, 2012