National Reserve

A National Reserve is a land designation for protecting conservation values:

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... La Araucana La Calera, Chile La Campana National Park La Campana-Peñuelas La Cisterna La Cuarta La Dehesa La Estrella, Chile La Florida, Chile La Granja, Chile La Ley (band) La Moneda ...
Lago Cochrane National Reserve
... Lago Cochrane National Reserve, also known as Tamango National Reserve, is a nature reserve located 6 km (4 mi) northeast of the town of Cochrane, in Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del ... The reserve occupies the slope of Cerro Tamango and is bordered by Cochrane Lake and Cochrane River on the south side ... The endangered South Andean Deer is found in the reserve ...
Natural Monuments Of Chile - Protected Areas By Region - Magallanes and Antartica Chilena Region
... Alacalufes National Reserve Alberto de Agostini National Park Bernardo O'Higgins National Park Cabo de Hornos National Park Cueva del Milodón Natural ...
National Reserve - See Also
... National park Nature reserve Protected area. ...
Lago Rosselot National Reserve
... Lago Rosselot National Reserve is a nature reserve located immediately north of Queulat National Park and east of the Carretera Austral, in Aysén del General ... National Reserves of Chile Alacalufes Alto Biobío Alto Loa Altos de Lircay Carlos Anwandter Cerro Castillo China Muerta Coihaique El Yali Federico Albert ...

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