Bindi and Robert Irwin Pay Tribute to Their Father on Steve Irwin Day: ‘One Man Who Changed the World Forever’

Steve Irwin is being remembered and celebrated by his children, Bindi and Robert, on Steve Irwin Day. The annual event, observed on November 15, honors the late wildlife enthusiast’s dedication to conservation. Steve Irwin tragically passed away in 2006 at the age of 44 after a stingray incident while filming a documentary in Australia.

Bindi, 25, shared a heartfelt tribute on Instagram, posting a throwback photo of her resting her head on her father’s shoulder. In the caption, she expressed that while the world remembers him as the greatest Wildlife Warrior, to their family, he is their world. Fans flooded the comments with messages of love and admiration.

Robert, 19, paid tribute by sharing a video on Instagram where Steve Irwin discussed his passion and enthusiasm for conservation. In the caption, Robert highlighted November 15 as Steve Irwin Day, a day to remember their dad, the greatest Wildlife Warrior. He emphasized Steve’s lasting impact on the world and his inspiration to future generations.

Steve Irwin Day, recognized by the Australia Zoo and Wildlife Warriors, symbolizes Steve’s passions for wildlife, family, and conservation. The day serves as a global effort to raise funds for Wildlife Warriors, the non-profit organization founded by Steve and his wife Terri in 2002, dedicated to wildlife preservation.

In a previous Instagram post on what would have been Steve Irwin’s 61st birthday, Bindi thanked her late father for instilling a love for animals, courage to follow her heart, and determination to make a difference in wildlife conservation. She acknowledged his enduring legacy and the profound impact he continues to have on the world.

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