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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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1) Restoring public access to the Lake in the Hills Fen State Nature Preserve. I would be in a position to provide board members the benefit of my knowledge 25+ years of Personal Involvement with the preserve
On August 29, 2016, the Service finalized a cooperative management agreement with the Daniel Boone National Forest and Kentucky State Nature Preserves Commission that provides additional long-term protection for the goldenrod.
Such conflicts play out nightly in Shangzhongliang, an isolated village near the Laotian border, where residents, most of them members of the Dai ethnic minority, have been trying for months to chase away a family of 20 or so elephants from an adjacent nature preserve that ravages their crops after dark.
The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) has asked the Illinois attorney general to proceed with an enforcement action against Bluff City Materials, Inc., of Bartlett, for alleged discharges from a salt storage pile into state waters, including into the Bluff Spring Fen Nature Preserve.
Many of the entries are nature preserves, state or national parks, wildlife habitats, or scenic vistas.
The book concludes with a reminder of threats to elephants' survival, especially from poachers, and emphasizes the importance of nature preserves. Ages 5-10.
(editors) A directory of Illinois Nature Preserves, Volume 1--Northeastern Illinois.
To assist decision makers in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, data was compiled on the environmental, economic, and health benefits of our nature preserves. Combined, these benefits provide a conservative five-to-one return on investment.
Gatherings now occur throughout the year in parks and nature preserves from Tennessee to Thailand and are no longer limited to men.
Similarly, hotels located near large nature preserves and other reliable tourist attractions can secure a strong investment performance.
Their land was taken from them for nature preserves. Many have been forced to work for white people; others have suffered from the inevitable ills of rapid urbanization.
Most of the communities and species reported herein have been directly observed by members of the Division of Nature Preserves and subsequently documented and stored in the database and files of the Indiana Natural Heritage Program (2006).