Monuments² and other conservation and historical

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monuments² and other conservation and historical properties with various title designations± Ƭ What is protected" the ecological and historical integrity of national parks± Ƭ What is not permitted" Fly an Unmanned Aircraft ¶Drone¹² Gather Wood² Nuts² Berries or Fruit² Feed Wild Animals² Climb² Walk on or Deface Structures² Rock Formations or Cultural Artifacts± Throw Rocks² or Use a Metal Detector±
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Wilderness Preservation Ƭ What year was it started" September ·² µ!¼» Ƭ Why was it started" To conserve the scenery² wildlife ² and both natural and historic objects for the enjoyment of the American Public± Ƭ What is the name of the first one and where is it" The Great Swamp² New Jersey Ƭ How many are there in the United States" ¸· Ƭ What federal agency or agencies are responsible for management" National Park Service Fish and Wildlife service² Forest Service² Bureau of Land Management Ƭ What are the main uses and what usages are permitted" One of the main usages is to preserve the integrity of endangered or threatened species and Camping² hiking² backpacking² hunting² and fishing are all permitted usages± Ƭ What is protected" Endangered and threatened species are protected² as well as most of the natural resources² such as timber and minerals± Ƭ What is not permitted" Human interactions are limited to non motor interactions² scientific research² and non disruptive behavior± Visitors are asked to follow the Leave No Trace Policy± Laws prevent mining² logging² and motorized vehicles± Ƭ Is there one that is in your home state" Please show a picture if possible± No
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  • Fall '19
  • National Park Service, United States Forest Service, wildlife refuge, National Wildlife Refuge, National Wildlife Refuge System, Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

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