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Tarr, P. 2016. Management Plan Mavinga National Park, Kuando Kubango, Angola for the period: 2016-2020. Second Draft Report


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Management Plan Mavinga National Park, Kuando Kubango, Angola for the period: 2016-2020.

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Mavinga National Park is a conservation priority because of its wetlands, woodlands, wildlife, and links with the KAZA TFCA. This park will be managed to improve ecological functioning and wildlife populations, and to provide a broad range of ecological services to the people residing therein, as well as visitors.

Year: 2016

Type: Report

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