State Reserve

Some articles on state reserve, state, reserves:

Protected Areas Of Azerbaijan - State Reserves - Gara-Yaz State Reserve
... Gara-Yaz State Reserve was established on the area of 48.55 km² in 1978 for protecting and restoring of riparian woodlands around the Kur ... The area of Gara-Yaz State Reserve was expanded by 48.03 km² up to 96.58 km² on June 2, 2003 ...
Protected Areas Of Azerbaijan - State Reserves
... There are 15 state natural parks in Azerbaijan to preserve and protect the fauna, flora and their ecosystems ... See below for the list Basut-Chay State Reserve Eldar Pine State Reserve Gara-Yaz State Reserve Gizil-Agach State Reserve Gobustan State Reserve Ilisu State Reserve Ismailli State ...
Mount Montgomery State Reserve
... The Mount Montgomery State Reserve is a state reserve in the Dial Range of northwest Tasmania ...
Mendocino County, California - Parks, Reserves and Related Places
... Admiral William Standley State Recreation Area Caspar Headlands State Recreation Area Hendy Woods State Park Jug Handle State Reserve MacKerricher State Park ...
Environment Of Azerbaijan - National Protection - State Reserves of Azerbaijan
... The state-run Nature Reserves aim to protect nature, wildlife and the environment ... development or meddling with animals or plants within the borders of the state parks ... There are 16 state natural parks in Azerbaijan that preserve and protect the fauna, flora and their ecosystems ...

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