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- Area of Outstanding National Beauty : Add brief definition or description
- Sites of Special Scientific Interest : In the United Kingdom, a designation given to an area of land deemed of specific interest for its interesting biological or geological features. Granting of SSSI status protects land from development, damage and neglect. The relevant legislation covering SSSIs is the Countryside and Right of Way Act 2000.
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- Australia : Continent in the Southern Hemisphere and the federal parliamentary nation that occupies it.
- Bird : The class of animals (aves) that can be distinguished from all other living animals by the presence of feathers.
- C.W. Nicol : (C.W.ニコル C.W. Nikoru) Japanese environmentalist, conservationist and writer of Welsh descent (born 1940).
- Cycling : The sport, recreational activity and means of transportation of riding a bicycle.
- Glider : Type of unpowered aircraft that uses aerodynamic lift to slow its rate of descent.
- Herbert Hoover : US President from 1929 to 1933.
- Island Biogeography : Biogeography that attempts to establish and explain the factors that affect the species richness of natural communities, and distribution of plants and animals on islands.
- John Muir : (1838-1914) U.S. naturalist and conservationist, born in Scotland; founded the Sierra Club.
- Lake Albert : One of Africa's Great Lakes.
- Morton National Park : a 60,000 acre national park in New South Wales, Australia, about 170 kilometres southwest of Sydney.
- Mumbai : The capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra, and is the most populous city in India; formerly known as Bombay.
- Murchison Falls National Park : Uganda's largest national park and game reserve.
- National Trust : An independent charity in the United Kingdom dedicated to the preservation of protection of historic buildings, stately homes, gardens, the countryside and coastlines
- Sydney : (population 4.4 million) The capital of the Australian state of New South Wales.
- Tanzania : A large coastal East African nation bordered by Kenya, Uganda, Congo and the Indian Ocean.
- Yellowstone National Park : Geological "hot spot" located in northwestern Wyoming (U.S.), set aside as the world's first national park in 1872.