nature reserve

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nature reserve

an area of land that is protected and managed in order to preserve a particular type of habitat and its flora and fauna which are often rare or endangered
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PROTESTERS fear that plans for a PS14m leisure complex opposite Gosforth Nature Reserve could harm wildlife.
AT THIS time of the year when many of our favourite summer attractions are still closed, wandering round a quiet local nature reserve can be pure bliss.
The contract services are performed projects involving conservation plans for nature reserves in accordance with the scope set out in Art.
Reserve sites where culling happens: Callum Brae Nature Reserve, Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve and adjacent unleased territory land, Jerrabomberra Grassland West Nature Reserve, Kama Nature Reserve, Mount Painter Nature Reserve, Mulanggari Nature Reserve, Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve, as well as the Pinnacle Nature Reserve and adjacent unleased territory land.
Beef shorthorn cattle from Stirley Farm, Castle Hill, have been put out to pasture at Broadhead Clough Nature Reserve, near Hebden Bridge.
A GREEN oasis in the heart of the Caerphilly County Borough will become the country's first National Nature Reserve (NNR) in an urban setting.
The new venture will represent Teesmouth National Nature Reserve and Seaton Common Local Nature Reserve.
Officials want to use the project to improve facilities in country parks and certain nature reserves in Conwy and Denbighshire to attract more visitors and to promote the local economy.
While these are accepted as truisms, there are also success stories on these fronts, such as the Bentael Nature Reserve in Jbeil, which has a clean record when it comes to fires and is taking
National nature reserves are special places in Scotland that include some of our most important wildlife.
The Environment Agency has discovered that the introduction of rare breeds such as Konik ponies on nature reserves has improved grassland for wildlife.