Imagine a world with barren trees in overgrown fields. The only sound to be heard is the wind blowing through the tall grass. A world once full of life now lays empty do to extinction. Numerous laws were enacted, such as The Endangered Species Act to conserve and preserve wild life. The purposes of wildlife conservation is to protect wild flora and fauna against the encroachment of expanding human activity. The ever increasing amount of commercial activity that this brings with associated use and abuse of the earth’s resources damages the prospects of survival of wild flora and fauna. Governments therefore indeed have an indisputable responsibility to pass and implement timely, not tardy, laws that conserve wildlife. The problem however, doesn’t lie in the limitation of human resources but priority among obstacle that one’s nation currently encounter.