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Canada protects largest coniferous forest in the world
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16 May 2018
On 16 May 2018 BBC News reported:
Canada will soon have the largest protected boreal forest -- an area twice the size of Belgium -- on the planet. Some 1.6m hectares of remote land in the province of Alberta are being made into new or extended provincial parks. A 6.7m hectare conservation zone will now be protected and free from logging or oil and gas exploration. Boreal (or coniferous) forests occur in northern climes with long, cold winters and short summers. They are among the world's densest forests.
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The region makes up about a third of a band of green that extends across northern North America and into Asia.
It is also a nursery for billions of songbirds that migrate north in the summer from wintering grounds in the US and beyond.
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