Ecological Conservation

December 2005
Travel & Leisure;Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p142
Reports on the endeavor of the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, an organization recognized for working to conserve and enhance a threatened environment, in Mauritius. Effort made by the foundation for the to preserve the wildlife in the area; Tourist attractions in Mauritius as a result of the rehabilitation project; Forms of wildlife that can be found in the place.


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