Trees provides habitat to various species. They are amazingly efficient machines—constantly working to make Earth a healthier and more habitable planet. They are also called the lungs of the Earth because they absorb pollutants through their leaves, trapping, and filtering contaminants in the air and delivering oxygen.
Wherever trees are established, animal life and other plants are sure to follow, ensuring a healthier ecosystem. Trees provide shelter and food for a variety of birds and animals. Trees are used for food, shelter as a site for reproduction. Many animals also use trees for resting, nesting and for places from which to hunt or capture prey. Trees also provide foliage for some animals and shade for animals and humans. Fruit, leaves, buds and seedlings are extremely precious nutrients in the wild. In fact, every tree serves as a complex ecosystem for numerous living beings, including insects.
Considering the urgent need for planting trees, we give free saplings to individuals who adopt animals from us, apart from animal feed and essentials for the first month, vaccinations and medical check-ups for the first year. Let us all come together to collaborate a greener, cleaner and healthier planet and guide our future generations by example!