Development of reserves - conservation of wildlife, Biology

Development of Reserves - Conservation of Wildlife

Establishment of Biological reserves, National parks, Forest reserves, Wildlife refuges and Biosphere reserves are effective means of preserving wildlife species. Such reserves are mostly established in the naturally functioning ecosystems, therefore, it is easy to manage them. Besides, the maintenance cost and requirement of resources is minimal. The main objectives of these reserves are illustrated in Figure. An important aspect about these reserves is that more than one endangered species can be protected in the same area.

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Figure:  Conservation objectives of various reserves

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