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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There was a non-significant trend for more parasitized nests in residential areas than in the wildlife preserve ([chi square] = 2.
The bodies were found in bin bags in a wildlife preserve 20 miles from their home.
The animal, born last week at the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve in Dahlonega in north Georgia, is a zedonk or zonkey - the unusual offspring of a zebra father and donkey mother cross.
A deluxe luxury hideaway nestled in a wildlife preserve off Exit 119 on Emirates Road, the Banyan Tree Al Wadi resort in Ras Al Khaimah offers a perfect antidote to the stresses of city living.
Later, I went for a drive down a favorite road near a local wildlife preserve.
There's now a vast wildlife preserve around the footpath where the fence stood, and the deer are free to roam between Germany and the Czech Republic.
The Sepulveda Wildlife Preserve will be the destination for children 8-12 and their parents, 9:30 a.
According to Abene, Chinese officials could save wild Chinese Alligators--known locally as "muddy dragons"--by turning the animals' Anhui stomping grounds into a wildlife preserve.
The event was held in the lush surroundings of Zealandia, a 252-hectare wildlife preserve of which Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand is a long-term principal partner.
Other staff at the Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo in Thurmont, Maryland, heard the woman's cries for help and managed to distract the animal long enough to pull her to safety.
The land has been proposed for several different plans, from a Wal-Mart to a wildlife preserve, but now has finally found its purpose.
The landmark 1888 church is surrounded by a wildlife preserve where rare wildflowers bloom.

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