National nature reserve

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Nature reserves deemed to be of national importance, or controlled by a national-level body may be known as national nature reserves.

China

Zhalong Nature Reserve in Heilongjiang province is designated as a national nature reserve by the Chinese government.

Czech Republic

Soos National Nature Reserve was designated as a nature reserve by the government of the Czech Republic.

Falkland Islands

Beauchêne Island was designated as a national nature reserve by the government of the Falkland Islands in 1964.[1]

France

Néouvielle National Nature Reserve

Isle of Man

Point of Ayre is designated as a national nature reserve by the Manx government.

Russia

The North-Ossetian National Nature Reserve in the Caucasus Mountains is designated as a national nature reserve by the Russian government.

United Kingdom

In the United Kingdom, "national nature reserves" are those designed by one of the national conservancy bodies, Natural England, Natural Resources Wales, Scottish Natural Heritage, or the Northern Ireland Environment Agency. In total, there are 411 national nature reserves in the UK.

References

  1. ^ http://www.falklandsconservation.com/jdownloads/IBAs/iba_beauchene.pdf
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