Conservation Area

A conservation area is a tract of land that has been awarded protected status in order to ensure that natural features, cultural heritage or biota are safeguarded. A conservation area may be a nature reserve, a park, a land reclamation project, or other area.

Other articles related to "conservation area, conservation, area":

Tiffany Falls (Hamilton, Ontario)
... metre high ribbon waterfall located in the Tiffany Falls Conservation Area, just off of Wilson Street East, Ancaster, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada ... Used for ice-climbing in the winter months with permission from the Hamilton Conservation Authority ... Nearby attractions include Sherman Falls, Iroquoia Heights Conservation Area, Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Hermitage Ruins, Fieldcote Museum and Griffin House ...
Lower Sanatorium Cascade
... Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Mountview Falls, Tiffany Falls Conservation Area, Iroquoia Heights Conservation Area, Chedoke Radial ...
Sandy Pond Beach Unique Area
... Sandy Pond Beach Unique Area is a 76-acre (31 ha) New York State conservation area located within the eastern Lake Ontario dunes ... There is no road access to the area, which can be most easily reached by boat ... There is a bird sanctuary on the northern-most tip of this area that hosts large numbers of shorebirds during migration the Unique Area is part of the Eastern Lake Ontario Marshes Bird ...
Lower Little Falls (Hamilton, Ontario)
... Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, Tiffany Falls Conservation Area, Tiffany Falls, Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Hermitage ruins, Griffin ...

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