World Habitat Day - Quotes and Sayings

34 Habitat Quotes

World Habitat Day is observed on the first Monday of October annually throughout the world.

Following are the habitat quotes with images.

34 Habitat Quotes

“Habitat for wildlife is continually shrinking – I can at least provide a way station.” » Peter Coyote

“There would be very little point in my exhausting myself and other conservationist themselves in trying to protect animals and habitats if we weren’t at the same time raising young people to be better stewards.” » Jane Goodall

“Oceans are one of the most important things in the world now and that is a national security threat of the United States of America, to be honest with you. That is why seeing the habitat destroyed is so short-sighted by us.” » Ian Somerhalder

“Fungi are the grand recyclers of the planet and the vanguard species in habitat restoration.” » Paul Stamets

“People habitat has to take priority over bird habitat.” » Byron Dorgan

“It is a drastic mistake to eliminate the provisions that have to do with the protection of habitat for endangered species. It is my opinion that the Endangered Species Act is 99 percent about protecting critical habitat.” » Jim Saxton

“At the end of the day, my natural habitat is in a car and I am happiest in that environment.” » Maria de Villota

73 Environment Quotes & Slogans – Save our Beautiful Earth

“Being on the road is a great habitat for creating new music because there’s so many different experiences.” » Kip Moore

“It is upsetting that many people don’t seem to observe what’s happening to the environment, what’s happening in terms of global warming, the loss of habitats and wild things.” » Joanne Woodward

“The limits of sensory evolution in fish are defined very largely by their habitat. Water is physically supportive, carries some kinds of odour well, and is kind to sound – letting it travel several times faster than air will allow, but it inhibits other more personal kinds of communication.” » Lyall Watson

Without birds to feed on them, the insects would multiply catastrophically. … The insects, not man or other proud species, are really the only ones fitted for survival in the nuclear age. … The cockroach, a venerable and hardy species, will take over the habitats of the foolish humans, and compete only with other insects or bacteria.”

“Zoos are becoming facsimiles – or perhaps caricatures – of how animals once were in their natural habitat. If the right policies toward nature were pursued, we would need no zoos at all.” » Michael J. Fox

To the extent that remaining old-growth Douglas fir ecosystems possess unique structural and functional characteristics distinct from surrounding managed forests, the analogy between forest habitat islands and oceanic islands applies. Forest planning decision variables such as total acreage to be maintained, patch size frequency distribution, spatial distribution of patches, specific locations, and protective measures all need to be addressed.” » Larry D. Harris

“Habitat gives us an opportunity which is very difficult to find: to reach out and work side by side with those who never have had a decent home—but work with them on a completely equal basis. It’s not a big-shot, little-shot relationship. It’s a sense of equality.” » Jimmy Carter

Without Habitat, There Is No Wildlife. It'S That Simple. » Wildlife Habitat Canada

“One researcher just determined that African and Indian elephants make each other sick. When a new animal or plant is introduced to a habitat bad things happen. The biggest danger to native wildlife is foreign wildlife.” » Robert T. Bakker

“Our aim is to convince the world’s leaders that our cities, towns and villages need to be healthy, safe, just and sustainable.” » Wally N’Dow

“I believe our biggest issue is the same biggest issue that the whole world is facing, and that’s habitat destruction.” » Steve Irwin

The worst thing that will probably happen—in fact is already well underway—is not energy depletion, economic collapse, conventional war, or the expansion of totalitarian governments. As terrible as these catastrophes would be for us, they can be repaired in a few generations. The one process now going on that will take millions of years to correct is loss of genetic and species diversity by the destruction of natural habitats. This is the folly our descendants are least likely to forgive us.” » Edward O. Wilson

“Our work seeks to focus attention on the necessity of developing security for the global village, meeting its need for clean air, water, food and a healthy habitat, as well as fostering clarity of vision on cooperation and development.” — Rosalie Bertell

“So much of the habitat destruction and pollution is based on the simple principle that we somehow have been given free license over other species to degrade the planet.” » Greg Graffin

“The current massive degradation of habitat and extinction of species is taking place on a catastrophically short timescale, and their effects will fundamentally reset the future evolution of the planet’s biota.” » National Academy of Sciences

“Without habitat, there is no wildlife. It’s that simple.” » Wildlife Habitat Canada

“Research gathered over recent years has highlighted the countless benefits to people, wildlife and the environment that come from planting trees and creating new woodland habitat. It’s obvious trees are good things.” » Clive Anderson

50 Beauty of Nature Quotes

The ocean is not just blank blue space but rather the habitat for amazing wildlife, and we have to take care how we use it. If we want to keep having the goods and services it provides, we have to treat it more carefully in terms of fishing and dumping.” » Carl Safina

“A world free of the threat of nuclear weapons is necessarily a world devoid of nuclear weapons…. Nuclear weapons pose an intolerable threat to humanity and our habitat.” » General Lee Butler

“Nature is the mother and the habitat of man, even if sometimes a stepmother and an unfriendly home.” » John Dewey

“It’s a fair guess that at the rate we’re destroying habitat, especially but not exclusively in the tropics, we’re pushing to extinction about one species every hour. That doesn’t count the species whose populations are being reduced so greatly that diversity within the population is essentially gone.” » Donella Meadows

“The social brain is in its natural habitat when we’re talking with someone face-to-face in real time.” » Daniel Goleman

“I must stress, basically, the very fact that we do have orangutan rehabilitation means that we have failed to do what is really important, and that is rescue the wild orangutan in its habitat.” » Willie Smits

“It turns out that there are swaths of habitat in the north of Siberia and Yukon that actually could house a mammoth. Remember, this was a highly plastic animal that lived over tremendous climate variation.” » Hendrik Poinar

“There are some who would like to see the oil rigs removed right down to the ground once their job is done, and there are others, and I count myself among them, who think that once they are in place they begin to be adopted by life in the ocean as a habitat.” » Sylvia Earle

“The Elgin Marbles were supposed to be on the Parthenon. For many works of art, a museum is an artificial setting – a zoo, not a natural habitat.

“I’ve always been such a fan of Habitat for Humanity and the work that they do.” » Lea Michele

“What is a fish without a river? What is a bird without a tree to nest in? What is an Endangered Species Act without any enforcement mechanism to ensure their habitat is protected? It is nothing.” » Jay Inslee