She likes observing the many things in nature that depend on each other, such as birds and butterflies depend on trees and shrubs. She is concerned that degradation will erode the ability of the environment to take care of all the individual aspects. In a way, her conservatory efforts are driven by the need to protect all aspects of nature.
In selecting a picnic, the difference between male and female social needs is evident. Both sexes need other people, but to enjoy nature, men are comfortable in solitude while women derive most satisfaction from the company thy keep in the process. For example, a female friend said her favorite activity in nature is a picnic. Asking her about the picnic, she proceeded to share information about the stories they shared and the activities among other things that required show an emphasis on people. On the other hand, the male friend interviewed for this paper showed more concern with achievement.
For example, where riding the bike among friends, he was happy when he managed to cycle over steeper hills than his friends or when he cycled for longer and faster. While this observation may not be true for all people, it illustrates a major difference between members of different sexes; men are more competitive than women are, even where it does not matter, while women are happier after shared experiences. However, note that a single interview is not sufficient to collect conclusive information and all these observation may be the result of the writer observing what he expected to observe.
Sense of duty and obligation versus sense of care: There is a big difference in the way men and women perceive their role in preservation of nature. For example, men tend to think they have an obligation to cater for the surrounding. This tendency is manifested in their way of passing laws that seek to implement environmental