In situ: Species remain in their habitat.
- establish protected areas such as national parks, protected by restricting urban development/industrial development and farming.
- controlling or preventing the introduction of species that threaten local biodiversity e.g. red and grey squirrels.
- protecting habitats e.g. controlling water levels to conserve wetlands and coppicing to conserve woodlands.
- restoring damaged areas.
- promoting particular species and giving legal protection to endangered species.
Larger populations can be protected and its less disruptive.
Ex situ: Species are removed from their habitat.
- relocating to a safer area e.g. white rhinos with poachers.
- breeding in…