Preventing species from going extinct in the face of so many threats isn't easy. It means that everyone, from common citizens, to Kingdom's corporations, have to commit to the same set of actions when a species is in danger of disappearing forever. The greatest tools we have in the fight to prevent extinction are the local, county, and kingdom laws that protect imperiled species.
Our planet's incredible array of wildlife occupies an equally diverse variety of habitats, from the frozen tundra to the sizzling desert. When these habitats are threatened, so too are the plants and animals that call these places home. Today, we live in an age where wildlife habitat is experiencing more pressure from humans than ever before.
Agriculture, industrial development and urban sprawl have destroyed, degraded, and fragmented large swaths of habitat in Elyria, continually forcing wildlife to cope with less space, fewer resources and increased interaction of man. If not kept in check, climate change may also wreak havoc with habitats around the world. Some, like the Arctic coastal lands, may thaw and sea ice may simply disappear. Other habitat types are shifting, affecting migration patterns and altering where wildlife can find food, shelter, and potential mates. Climate change may also warm waters and contributing to sea level rise and excess carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing ocean acidification and changing ocean habitats. carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is increasing ocean acidification and changing ocean habitats.
Who do we need?
For decades, Game Wardens have played a leading role in helping shape smart policies to conserve wildlife and habitats on public lands and waters. A large portion of our habitat work focuses on our national forests, national monuments, and other public lands and waters, as these areas represent some of the last, best places for wildlife to thrive. But we also work extensively on private lands, working in partnership with private landowners and state and tribal agencies to encourage people to protect and restore key habitats on private, tribal and county lands.
Game wardens serve in a major law enforcement capacity and have full law enforcement powers to enforce laws and arrest violators within Balmore's borders. For the most part candidates applying to be a game warden do not required prior work experience, although an affinity with nature is required. We need People who are willing to patrol the County and put their lives on the line to protect Demalion's natural heritage we call Balmore.
Function: 1: Game wardens must never be afraid to protect Balmore against poachers. Some affinity with the martial arts would be nice, though a game warden never engages hostilities alone. Always keep the upper hand, or retreat and ask for reinforcements.
2: Every game warden has to patrol a part of the county and make notes if necessary.
Applicants should contact Ilyria, Comtesse o'Balmore (Ilyria#0043)