Tongan Protected Person

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Reserved Forests And Protected Forests Of India
... A reserved forest (also called reserve forest) or a protected forest in India are terms denoting forests accorded a certain degree of protection ... the status of the existing reserved and protected forests, as well as incorporating new reserved and protected forests ... sanctuaries of India, reserved forests and protected forests are declared by the respective state governments ...
Laguna De Términos - Opportunity
... is both the biggest influence and the biggest threat to the protected area and its biodiversity, it is also economically important to Mexico ... there is a petroleum boom which presents an opportunity for the management of the protected area to offer to cooperate with the industry and coordinate use of the resources ... that they must take into account the opinions of the protected area's management and other voices when planning projects so as to minimize negative environment ...
Koflandé Forest
... Koflandé Forest is a protected forest in Burkina Faso ... It is located in Comoé Province This Africa protected areas related article is a stub ... You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Protected areas of Burkina Faso National parks Deux Balés Kaboré Tambi Mare aux Hippopotames W of the Niger Complete reserves Arli Bontioli ...
Limitations On Passport Use - Oceania - Tonga
... Some countries decline to accept Tongan Protected Person passports, though they accept Tongan citizen passports ... Tongan Protected Person passports are sold by the Government of Tonga to anyone who is not a Tongan national ... A holder of a Tongan Protected Person passport is forbidden to enter or settle in Tonga ...
Pacific La Amistad Conservation Area - Protected Areas
... Park Río Macho Forest Reserve Las Tablas Protected Zone Rio Navarro-Rio Sombrero Protected Zone Joseph Steve Friedman Wildlife Refuge San Vito Wetlands ...

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