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The Bongo Surveillance Programme, working alongside the Kenya Wildlife Service, have recorded photos of bongos at remote salt licks in the Aberdare Forests using camera traps, and, by analyzing DNA extracted from dung, have confirmed the presence of bongo in Mount Kenya, Eburru and Mau forests.
In 1847 he left Prague for the professorship of mathematics, physics, and mechanics at the Academy of Mines and Forests in Schemnitz ( Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia ), and in 1849 he moved to Vienna.
In the late 1960s, Potlatch Forests, Inc. ( a US company ), upgraded the harbour and airport at Asau on the northern coast of Savai ' i and established a timber operation, Samoa Forest Products, for harvesting tropical hardwoods.
* Index of Boreal Forests / Taiga ecoregions at bioimages. vanderbilt. edu
Operations of Experimental Forests and Ranges are directed by local research teams for the individual sites, by Research Stations for the regions in which they are located, and at the level of the Forest Service.
Major themes in research at the Experimental Forests and Ranges includes:
These three protected areas in conjunction with surrounding National Forests constitute the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, which at almost, is one of the largest intact mid-latitude temperate ecosystems in the world.
* Central and Southern Cascades Forests images at bioimages. vanderbilt. edu
* Eastern Cascades Forests images at bioimages. vanderbilt. edu
* Cascade Mountains Leeward Forests images at bioimages. vanderbilt. edu
* British Columbia Mainland Coastal Forests images at bioimages. vanderbilt. edu
* Herd of about 30 Indian Gaur at Sathyamangalam Forests
It crosses the Town of Berne, going from Cotton Hill and Cannady State Forests in Schoharie County, New York to the west, across the Partridge Run Wildlife Management Area, through Cole Hill State Forest where it has 270-degree views of both the Catskills and Adirondacks from Roemer's High Point along the Helderberg Escarpment, and continues north to Thacher State Park, the Indian Ladder and finally its current end at NY 146.
Forests at the South Carolina Botanical Garden.
A kauri tree at Mill Creek, Mercury Bay, known as Father of the Forests was measured in the early 1840s as 22 metres in circumference and 24 metres to the first branches.
Forests, fjords and islands await them at the place where Edvard Munch found peace and relaxation.
William ( Bill ) Greeley the son of a Congregational minister, who finished at the top of that first Yale forestry graduating class of 1904 was hand picked by Pinchot to be Region 1 forester of the Forest Service with responsibility over in 22 National Forests in 4 western states ( all of Montana, much of Idaho, and Washington, and a corner of South Dakota ).
Another route, along the southern boundary between the park and National Forests is U. S. Route 2, which crosses the Continental Divide at Marias Pass and connects the towns of West Glacier and East Glacier.
The State Forest Service changed its name to the New Zealand Forest Service in 1949 at about the same time that the Forests Act of 1949 passed through Parliament.
There was a Department of Lands and Forests headquarters stationed in Minden, Ontario and at St. Nora Lake ( later the Leslie Frost Centre ), which offered forest ranger training from 1945 onwards.
From his position on the House Committee on Natural Resources -- where he has been the top Democrat on the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands since 2007 -- he has led Democratic efforts to strengthen federal offshore oil drilling oversight since before the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill and introduced a successful bill to create a permanent National Landscape Conservation System at the Bureau of Land Management.
His other work for the Office of Woods and Forests included the elaborate Parliamentary Stables at Westminster.
The Forest Principles is the informal name given to the " Non-Legally Binding Authoritative Statement of Principles for a Global Consensus on the Management, Conservation and Sustainable Development of All Types of Forests ," a document produced at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development ( UNCED ), informally known as the Earth Summit.
Other notable Union alumni include: Dr. Baruch Samuel Blumberg ( 1946 ), winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine ; Henry Wager Halleck ( 1837 ), chief of staff for the Union Armies during the Civil War ; William F. Fox ( 1869 ) Superintendent of Forests at the Adirondack Park in New York State ; Howard Simons ( 1951 ), managing editor of The Washington Post during the Watergate era ; Nikki Stone ( 1995 ), winner of a gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics for aerial skiing ; and Armand V. Feigenbaum ( 1942 ), American businessman and developer of the concept of Total Quality Management ( TQM ).

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* Northern Region: based in Missoula, Montana, the Northern Region ( R1 ) covers five states ( Montana, Northern Idaho, North Dakota, Northwestern South Dakota and Northeast Washington ), twelve National Forests and one National Grassland.
* Pacific Southwest: based in Vallejo, California, The Pacific Southwest Region ( R5 ) covers two states ( California and Hawaii ), eighteen National Forests and one Management Unit.
* Pacific Northwest: based in Portland, Oregon the Pacific Northwest Region ( R6 ) covers two states ( Washington and Oregon ), twenty-one National Forests and one National Scenic Area.
* Eastern: based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Eastern Region ( R9 ) covers twenty states ( Maine, Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Delaware, and New Jersey ), seventeen National Forests, one Grassland and America ’ s Outdoors Center for Conservation, Recreation, and Resources.
* Alaska: based in Juneau, Alaska, the Alaska Region ( R10 ) covers one state ( Alaska ), and two National Forests.
Campaign to Save Native Forests was one group to oppose the activity.
At one meeting in the fall of 1895 that included Muir, Joseph LeConte, and William R. Dudley discussed the idea of establishing ' national forest reservations ', which were later called National Forests.
* Turnpike Road-part of the original Turnpike Road that extended from Bath, NY westward in the early 19th century ( now essentially a one lane road through State Forests ).
In 1987 CAW also absorbed Forever Forests, another one of Pendderwen ’ s organizations.
Forests occupy about one third of the canton with about one quarter being considered unproductive ( mountains or glaciers ).
At that time it was surrounded by the Bernwood, one of the most important Royal Forests.
The Parry Sound Forest Fire District was founded by Ontario's former Department of Lands and Forests ( now the MNR ) in 1922 as one of 17 districts to help protect Ontario's forests from fire by early detection from fire towers.
Happy Valley Forests is one of the few remaining Canadian habitats for this species.
Forests cover approximately half of the area and timber production is one of the major contributors to the economy.
The Tweed Forest Fire District was founded by the former Ontario Department of Lands and Forests ( now the MNR ) in 1922 as one of 17 districts to help protect Ontario's forests from fire by early detection from fire towers.
The Parry Sound Forest Fire District was founded by Ontario's former Department of Lands and Forests ( now the MNR ) in 1922 as one of 17 districts to help protect Ontario's forests from fire by early detection from fire towers.
A Dance of the Forests is one of the most recognized of Wole Soyinka's plays.
It is one of the species that live in the Guinean Forests of the West Africa Biodiversity Hotspot.
* Georg Ludwig Hartig worked from 1797 to 1805 as Inspector of Forests for the Prince of Orange-Nassau, in Dillenburg ; at the same time led one of the earliest schools of forestry in Europe, also in Dillenburg
It is one of the species that live in the Guinean Forests of the West Africa Biodiversity Hotspot.
The William B. Bankhead National Forest is one of Alabama's four National Forests, covering.
The Urban Fauna Survey Unit ( Department of Conservation Forests and Lands, 1989 ) nominated the site as one of regional significance on the basis of its high diversity of common native fauna in a suburban environment.

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