Wildlife conservation is considered to be the practice of protecting plant and animal species. It is imperative to maintain the ecological balance of environment to ensure that there is stability of the natural processes of nature. The aim of the wildlife conservation is to make sure that the nature will be sustainable for many centuries. Many of the governmental agencies exert a lot of efforts to maintain the ecological balance. According to the majority of the environmental reports, it is important to ensure the sustainability of the wildlife. There are numerous independent causes that establish the urgent need of ensuring the wildlife balance. Some of the dangers of wildlife are based on the climatic changes, deforestation, unregulated hunting, rise in pollution and use of pesticides. The climate change causes a rise in the temperature that simply kills the animals. These extremes need to be regulated. Illegal poaching and unregulated hunting for commercial consumption has also increased in the recent times. Some of the species of wildlife has already become extinct in the world. This is an imminent danger to the sustenance of the world. The increase in population also adds to these issues. The main factor that allows for rampant wildlife extinction is the nonchalant attitude by the people, their respective governments and the rise in the economic benefit.