Conservation ecology is the branch of ecology along with evolutionary biology that deals with the preservation and management of biodiversity. Its goal is to find ways to conserve species, habitats, landscapes and ecosystems as quickly, as efficiently, and as economically as possible. The theoretical base of conservation ecology is synthetic, based not only on principles of ecology but on those of genetics, systematics, population biology, and other disciplines.
Ecological conservation can be brought about by Developing best management practices for sustainable resource development and land use, Monitoring and restoration techniques for wildlife, developing techniques to monitor and manage invasive species
Last date updated on June, 2014